Dinesh D’Souza’s New Documentary “2000 Mules,” Grosses $1 Million in Less Than 12 Hours

How could they know without comparing data from “2020 with 2016, with 2012, with 2008, with 2004, and show that there has been less fraud now [2020] than in any of those elections?”

Filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza asks this inescapably logical question in his new movie 2000 Mules.

Americans may finally be getting answers about the 2020 election despite the left’s unhinged attacks against everyone involved in this investigation and movie. 

Cision PR Newswire reported, “In Less Than 12 Hours, ‘2000 Mules’ Grosses More Than One Million Dollars on Locals and Rumble.”

And D’Souza used only “the video streaming platform Rumble and its subscription-based platform, Locals.”

The left doesn’t want people to see a film that destroys the Democrats’ “Big Lie” myth. A myth used to attack voters for doubting what government officials absurdly conclude was the “most secure election in American history.”

Dinesh D’Souza counters the fake narrative with this documentary that explores an extraordinary investigation into the 2020 presidential election, using massive amounts of cellphone and satellite data and technology.

True the Vote founder Katherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips, an election integrity expert, conducted what appears to be a brilliant research effort.

According to theburningplatform.com, D’Souza says, putting election fraud allegations aside, how can government officials and media assert so emphatically an election rife with “irregularities” was clean?

The leftist and mainstream media suppression of the film was predictable. However, the World Tribune is reporting, “FOX News has joined the legacy media blackout of… 2000 Mules….”

At the film’s premiere, “Phillips told the audience… that Fox News’s lawyers are keeping the film off the channel.” While Tucker Carlson interviewed Engelbrecht about her research, reportedly, FOX had him ban her from mentioning the movie.

Calling Engelbrecht’s efforts “what seems to us like an entirely legitimate, cool-headed investigation…,” Carlson pointed out, “it is now effectively a crime to ask questions about what happened during the last presidential election. That is not an overstatement, by the way.” Or, apparently, to mention “2000 Mules” on FOX.

Does FOX’s dubious reporting on 2020 election night, which had viewers making a mad dash for Newsmax, explain this virtual blackout? Viewers may be right to ask that question too.

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