The Patriot Post® · '2000 Mules': The Film They Don't Want You to See
Judging by its initial success, the new film by conservative author and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza, “2000 Mules,” is getting folks’ attention despite the Left’s near-total news blackout of it. And frankly, we can’t blame them for wishing it would go away — because it makes them look like they stole a presidential election.
The film, which documents and corroborates claims of significant voter fraud in tightly contested swing states during the 2020 election, grossed more than $1 million in its first 12 hours of streaming on Rumble and subscription-based platform Locals.
This is the film Joe “81 Million Votes” Biden and his “most secure election in history” apologists and censors don’t want to talk about. And they definitely don’t want you to see it. But folks are seeing it anyway. According to Rumble, “The movie’s gross sales on Rumble and Locals, which began on Saturday at noon, are good enough to put ‘2000 Mules’ in the estimated box office top ten for the weekend of May 6th to May 8th.”
To anyone willing to think openly and honestly about it, the 2020 election was deeply suspect. COVID-inspired, Democrat-supported bulk-mail balloting made this an election unlike any other, and it opened the floodgates to potential ballot fraud — especially via the largely illegal practice of ballot harvesting, which is the collection, transportation, and delivering of any ballots other than one’s own.
To recap: The incumbent, Donald Trump, earned 12 million more votes than any Republican candidate in history and handily carried an astounding 18 of 19 “bellwether” counties across the nation, and yet still got seven million fewer votes than gaffe-prone, basement-bound, cognitively challenged Joe Biden — a guy whose candidacy was so awful, so utterly uninspiring, that in the primaries he finished a dismal fourth in Iowa and fifth in New Hampshire before getting clobbered by 26 points in Nevada by Bernie Sanders. But somehow, Biden managed to haul in 81 million votes in the general. That’s more population-adjusted votes than a far younger, far more compelling, infinitely more charismatic Barack Obama got in 2008.
Something didn’t add up, but the mainstream media wasn’t about to go digging for it. Instead, that would be up to a private citizen, one Catherine Engelbrecht, who years ago founded True the Vote, a nonprofit election integrity organization. (For her efforts, she was repeatedly targeted and harassed by the Obama administration in the run-up to his 2012 reelection.)
The result of Engelbrecht’s digging is a film that puts the lie to the New York Times’s ridiculous front-page headline, published just after the 2020 vote: “Election Officials Nationwide Find No Fraud.” How on earth could the Times have known? How much time did its staff devote to a comprehensive nationwide forensic analysis of the 2020 vote? (That’s a rhetorical question.) As Newsweek reports:
Engelbrecht said her group [True the Vote] spent $1 million to obtain geospatial information from several marketing services that she agreed not to name and $20,000 to obtain video via open-records requests to counties and cities in five states where it appeared Trump was winning, until mail-in and drop-box ballots were counted: Georgia, Arizona, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania. From there, she says she and her staff cross-referenced the times and locations of the cell phones whose users visited multiple drop boxes with the 4 million minutes of video obtained from city and county governments.
All of this is chronicled in “2000 Mules,” in which D'Souza shows how True the Vote painstakingly used three trillion cellphone geotracking signals and surveillance video to reveal “a network of ‘mules’ in battleground states busily collecting ballots from get-out-the-vote NGOs and stuffing them, a few at a time, into multiple drop boxes in the dead of night.” The geotracking signals obtained were those near drop boxes and also near election nonprofits from October 1, 2020, through to the election on November 3, and through the Georgia runoff date of January 6, 2021.
As The New York Post’s Miranda Devine writes: “The data pattern is unmistakable, as D'Souza shows a spider web of routes taken by various mules between NGOs and drop boxes. For each of the 2,000 mules the average number of drop box visits was 38, with an average five ballots deposited per visit. That’s 380,000 suspect votes.”
Remember: Only 43,000 votes decided the election in the three battleground states of Arizona, Georgia, and Wisconsin. And this process of “ballot trafficking” is how the Democrats carried it off.
Their best defense? A weak and deeply denialist statement from their water carriers at PolitiFact, which complains about “dramatic horror movie music with grainy video footage.”
We’re happy to let you decide whose account is more plausible.
In the meantime, though, let’s keep an eye on the Democrats — specifically, whether they’ll try to run the same bulk-mail ballot scheme during November’s midterm elections. All it’ll take is another good COVID scare.
Updated to include specific data on the average number of drop-box visits and ballot deposits by the mules.