Patel Patriot recently interviewed Gregg Phillips from TrueTheVote, and Phillips claimed that big things are coming down the line that are “more explosive than the mules.”
“Have a few issues coming up that are more explosive than the mules. That is 10X more likely to divide this country even further. Catherine and I spend a lot of time every single day, really, not just praying through it but thinking through how do we actually do this? Because once these come out, there’s one in particular, it’s a multinational deal that involves billions of dollars, and there’s irrefutable evidence.
“We’ve been involved in a major counterintelligence operation that’s very mature in this country involving federal agencies and us. And there’s been some betrayals along the way. There have been some issues along the way. But once we get to the point where this is ready to go, it’s going to make everybody forget everything about the mules, and it’s going to bring into question everything we think we know about these elections – everything. I can say that with 100% certainty.”
Many may remember Phillips from the recently released Dinesh D’Souza documentary “2,000 Mules,” as his organization True The Vote played a large part in collecting and showcasing the evidence contained within the film – hence his references to the “mules” in his comments to Patel Patriot.
However, it’s unclear as of this writing what some of these “explosive” soon-to-be revelations Phillips is alluding to are. Still, Phillips alleging these details could potentially cause a further “divide” within the country is worrisome.
As for the film “2,000 Mules,” the content showcased within the film has been both controversial and divisive in and of itself – with some decrying that the election was stolen and the documentary is the proof, while others assert the film presents some overreaching claims.
In simplest terms, the documentary argues that the 2020 election was effectively stolen from former President Trump by way of sophisticated ballot harvesting operations ripe for foul play, with those harvesting the ballots being referred to as “mules.”
True The Vote assert in the documentary that via cellphone geolocation data obtained in the weeks leading up to and during the 2020 election, patterns of movement of particular mobile devices traveling from various nonprofits to multiple ballot drop box locations suggest the ballot harvesting operations.
While Arizona was a state featured in the documentary, and there are active investigations into alleged instances of voter fraud taking place out of Yuma County, the Yuma County sheriff stressed that he was in no way motivated by the findings featured in D’Souza’s documentary – as these investigations out of Yuma County has been ongoing for several weeks prior to the release of the film.
You can see the full interview below.