D'Souza appeared to be unaware that it is winter in the southern hemisphere when it is summer in the northern hemisphere.
The far-right author and filmmaker suggested Martin Luther King was the only figure the "left" could "cling on to."
The individual headphone he was wearing was literally back to front and upside down.
D'Souza claimed the Democratic Party "created white nationalism, and in a sense they've also created black nationalism."
D'Souza has previously referred to President Barack Obama as a "grown-up Trayvon," a reference to black teen Trayvon Martin, who was shot and killed by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman in 2012.
D'Souza, who was pardoned by President Donald Trump for a felony conviction of making illegal campaign contributions in 2012, is not new to controversy.
The documentary poster features the tagline "Can We Save America a Second Time?" and shows a meshed photo of both Abraham Lincoln and Trump's faces.
D'Souza was convicted in 2014 of making illegal campaign contributions.
Dinesh D'Souza was a critic of former President Barack Obama and earlier this year mocked victims of the Parkland, Florida, school shooting.
D'Souza taunted high school students after 17 of their classmates and teachers died in the Parkland, Florida shooting.
D'Souza arrived at the White House just as Trump was about to embark on a 17-day vacation.
The annual celebration of the absolute worst in cinema also awarded Mel Gibson its Razzie Redeemer Award for 'Hacksaw Ridge.'
D'Souza, 53, admitted in May to illegally reimbursing two 'straw donors' who donated $10,000 each to the unsuccessful 2012 U.S. Senate campaign in New York of Wendy Long