This week, former Pres. Trump showed a clip from the anticipated explosive documentary “2000 Mules,” which exposes a large network of ballot harvesters working across several swing states. Donald Trump showed the trailer at his campaign rally with J.D. Vance, the candidate he backed in this year’s Ohio Republican Senate primary.
The film, the work of conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza and based on a years-long probe by election integrity group True The Vote, is long overdue. It’s jam-packed with covert video showing people taking numerous ballots to drop boxes and making trips to several locations around their states. The probe has been anticipated since last summer when Breitbart News first reported it, and Trump has been pushing it for some time.
The trailer begins with a split of Salem Media Network hosts over what took place in the 2020 presidential election. The panel, includes Turning Point USA’s Charlie Kirk and radio personalities Dennis Prager, Eric Metaxas, Larry Elder, and Dr. Sebastian Gorka, starting by discussing how they were not sure what occurred in the 2020 election before seeing this evidence and were waiting for more proof.
Then the movie cuts to True The Vote’s Catherine Engelbrecht, who informs D’Souza, “We have been working on something huge.”
“Gregg Phillips has been helping me,” Engelbrecht says. “He’s got a lot of experience in election intelligence.”
Phillips and Engelbrecht are shown on the screen discussing the information and data they have collected. “True The Vote has the world’s largest store of election intelligence for the 2020 elections,” Phillips adds. “We have more data than anyone else.”
On-screen, graphics communicate to potential viewers that True The Vote utilized mobile phone GPS geo-tracking data in key battleground states.
“We discovered in Atlanta 242 mules that drop off an average of 24 times,” says Phillips. “In the course of our study, we identified over 1,100 mules in Philadelphia. “
“A mule is a person who picks up ballots and runs them to the drop boxes,” Engelbrecht explains when D’Souza asks her to define one.
“This is not your grandmother walking her dog,” Phillips points out. “Terrible backgrounds and reputations abound. They’re only concerned with one thing: money.”
“It’s not in any condition, in no manner, and in no time is it legal,” Engelbrecht says.
“This is organized crime,” Phillips emphasizes.