In my view, there is a political tendency here on the site to be stacked one way right from the very start on certain subjects, even in this case seeking to nit-pick and "pre-debunk" something that doesn't even seem to have been seen yet
I will boldly claim that the trailer was out, and the trailer had been seen.
My evidence to support that claim is that we posted screenshots from it.
So, part of your claim has been debunked very simply. I can't imagine why you thought no-one would recognise its clear falsity.
However, from there we get into classic zugzwang territory, we need to know whether you believe that the trailer corresponds to what's in the full length movie or not:
- If you believe if does, then you've just contradicted yourself, because we have clearly seen parts of the documentary already, and therefore can begin to debunk the parts which are presented as evidence of his claims.
- If you believe it does not, then you are accusing D'Souza of using the trailer to misrepresent what's in the movie. Which pulls the rug out from under your attempt to stand up for him and his honesty.
So, which move did you make?
(Rest of post ignored, as it seemed like an mostly directionless wall of text not intending to move any individual argument forwards.)