For the longest time, anyone who suggested that the 2020 election was stolen was labeled a conspiracy theorist. It didn’t matter that former President Donald Trump made the claims himself or the fact that Joe Biden allegedly gained more votes than any President in America’s history despite hardly having campaigned (ostensibly due to Covid). Following that night, both the Democrats and Biden administration haven’t spoken much about what happened. Now, thanks to the new film “2000 Mules,” Americans are getting an idea of the extensive effort that went into stealing the 2020 election.
For those who might not know what the film “2000 Mules” is about, OAN reporter Chanel Rion gave a quick breakdown in the video below. “The film posits mules across the country, and key swing states were hired by nonprofit organizations and paid to traffic multiple ballots using the excuse of COVID. States loosened their restrictions on ballot harvesting and allowed for absentee voting. A move that opened the door to fraud, according to the film, that is, voters both eligible and ineligible, real, fake, and even dead, could have their ballots harvested by partisan activists, filled out, and then cast as they vote.”
Rion also pointed out that fact-checkers have been vigorously trying to debunk the claims made in the film. “The AP decries how the film’s overall claims are based quote ‘on faulty assumptions, anonymous accounts and improper analysis of cell phone location data which is not precise enough to confirm that somebody deposited a ballot into a Dropbox.’ AP then fails to lay out why the assumptions are faulty. The closest the fact-checkers have gotten to debunking the film’s findings is by casting doubt on the accuracy of the GEO track cellular devices. Yet the technology utilized has been praised by the New York Times itself as the exact technology used and trusted by law enforcement, or the same technology utilized by the CDC to determine whether individuals are maintaining six feet of social distancing.”
On his own show, the Dinesh D’Souza podcast, the producer admitted that the film was rewriting the internet and how films can be viewed. “It was a crazy idea. It just shows you we have a whole new business plan here because we can’t release the movie the normal way. And what we’re learning is by releasing it in a different way; it’s even better. We’re not at the mercy of people like Amazon. We’re not at the mercy of people like iTunes or Netflix. Netflix is a complete joke. I mean, those guys have been suppressing our movies going all the way back to Obama. So that’s not a legitimate platform. Anyway, the point is, we wanted to put the movie on noncancelable platforms.”
During the same show, D’Souza noted how the film could lead to arrests if only law enforcement would react. “All you have to do is arrest the mules. Sit him down. Who paid you? Who put you up to this? Who organized this effort? How high up did it go? I mean, this is the real question. Did Biden know about it? Or did people around Biden say to Biden, ‘Listen, don’t worry about campaigning, we’ve kind of got this under control, no problem.’ We don’t know why. But law enforcement needs to pursue this.”
To learn where to watch 2000 Mules, click on the link below.