2000 Mules is a documentary produced and directed by Dinesh D’Souza, exposing some elements of the voter fraud seen in the 2020 US Presidential Election.
D’Souza covers the investigative efforts of True the Vote founded by Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips, an election intelligence expert. Their method basically makes use of phone geo-tracking from October through the election, or January 6 for the state for Georgia to cover the run-off. The data is obtained from so-called brokers who buy data collected by apps.
Their selection criteria are phones that have visited 10 or more dropboxes and 5 or more non-profit organizations (where the individual presumably collects stashes of ballots) to deliver to said dropboxes. These individuals are dubbed “mules”. Of course, it is possible for any individual to be in possession of the phone but the phone ID is unique.
Based on these very generous parameters, they found in Atlanta, for example, 242 such individuals who visited an average of 24 dropboxes and 8 non-profit organizations in a two-week period. Also, 67 of these individuals showed up in riots. In Philadelphia, there were 1,100 mules who visited an average of 50 dropboxes. Some individuals travelled from New Jersey. Over the key states only, there were 2,000 mules visiting an average of 38 dropboxes.
In addition, they have obtained over 4 million minutes of surveillance footage of the dropboxes although it is conveniently missing from some states such as Arizona and Wisconsin. The film shows a small sample of individuals dropping off multiple ballots, typically a few at a time, obviously in order to avoid raising any red flags.
Assuming each of the 2,000 mules delivered 5 illegal ballots per dropbox visit for Biden, the key states of Georgia, Arizona and Pennsylvania should have been awarded to President Trump, sufficient to win the 2020 Presidential Election. If the criteria for mules is reduced to 5 or more dropbox visits, then there were 54,000 mules across the key states. In that case, then all key states should have been awarded to Trump.
The film also looks into funding since such widespread and systematic fraud utilizing thousands of individuals must require funding. D’Souza interviews Scott Walter, head of the Capital Research Center, who briefly discusses the function of 501(c)(3) non-profit money. In short, these funds favor the Democratic Party by focusing on installing extra dropboxes, advertisements and the like to encourage votes for Democrats. For example, Mark Zuckerberg and George Soros, amongst others, have donated millions for such purposes.
As with many feature-length documentaries, the coverage of the topic can be described as brief but 2000 Mules is a well-produced documentary that at least starts to present where the anomalous votes came from.
A 1h 7m cut is also available on Rumble.
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