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He’s back: Right-wing gadfly Dinesh D’Souza is preparing for the next phase of his career in public life, as detailed in a new profile in Vanity Fair — as soon as he finishes his sentence of mandatory nighttime confinement, stemming from his guilty plea for campaign-finance fraud.

Click above to watch D’Souza in all his megalomaniacal glory — along with his claims to have learned something about how the other half lives — then share this video!

Video via Vanity Fair.

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