No matter how much the Democrats deny it and the mainstream media refuses to report on it, the film 2000 Mules continues to spread throughout the country, informing people on how the 2020 election might have been stolen. Using cell phone data, filmmakers were able to showcase how numerous drop boxes were visited several times by the same people. Still, with data on their side, the film continues to be criticized and mocked. But according to Catherine Engelbrecht and Nick Moseder, ballot harvesting and election fraud wasn’t just the Democrats trying to beat former President Donald Trump. It actually extended all the way back to 1940 and included both Hillary Clinton and another former President, Barack Obama.
In the video, which is featured below, Moseder detailed the life and beliefs of Saul Alinsky and his work with the Industrial Area Foundation. For those who might not be familiar with Alinsky, he “was one of the most influential political activists of all time. In fact, Alinsky wrote the radical left’s Bible/handbook, which is rules for radicals. A book which is literally dedicated to Lucifer. And no, I’m not kidding. This is actually a quote from the front page of his book. He says, ‘lest we forget at least an over-the-shoulder acknowledgment to the very first radical from all our legends, mythology, and history, the first radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively, that he at least won his own kingdom, Lucifer.'”
As mentioned above, Alinsky also caught the eye of two key Democrats, Hillary Clinton, and Obama. “Now it’s a well-known fact that Hillary Clinton and Obama are disciples of Alinsky. Hillary Clinton met with Alinsky many, many times early in her career, and she actually wrote her college thesis about the views of Saul Alinsky. And before Obama got into politics, he spent years as a community organizer with a group that was based on Saul Alinsky’s principles. And that organization was the nonprofit Acorn. Obama worked as an employee for and as an attorney for Acorn, which went bankrupt in 2010 after they were caught in some of the largest voter fraud scandals in US history. Acorn was linked to thousands of cases of voter fraud. Employees were submitting fake registrations, forging documents, embezzling millions of dollars, and ballot trafficking.”
Starting back in 1940, the IAF, as Moseder explained, used the backdrop of helping poor communities to spread its influence around the United States. “When the IAF started way back in the 40s, it was all about infiltrating local politics and community organizing, they would go into the ghettos, and they would speak to the community to find out what the pressing issues are and what’s bothering people, whether it be housing or health care, or the water supply, etc. And this is how they would find out how to motivate people.”
Part One of Moseder’s dive into the 2020 election, 2000 Mules, and the IAF can be watched below.
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