2000 Mules

"2000 Mules," a documentary film created by Dinesh D'Souza, exposes widespread, coordinated voter fraud in the 2020 election, sufficient to change the overall outcome.

  • Released: 2022-05-02
  • Runtime: 89 minutes
  • Genre: Crime, Documentaries
  • Stars: Dinesh D'Souza, Catherine Engelbrecht, Larry Elder, Eric Metaxas, Sebastian Gorka, Dennis Prager, Hans von Spakovsky, Debbie D'Souza, Gregg Phillips, Charlie Kirk, Hans von Spakovsky, Stacey Abrams, Bret Baier, Joe Biden, Wolf Blitzer, Chris Cuomo, James O’Keefe, Don Lemon, Joy Reid, Shepard Smith, Donald Trump, Chris Wallace, Mark Zuckerberg
  • Director: Dinesh D'Souza, Bruce Schooley, Debbie D'Souza
  • lovegrayson - 25 May 2024
    Faked videos & bogus data... yes, it's a crime
    ALL the video of someone putting more than one "ballot" in more than one box is STAGED i.e. FAKE. D'Souza hides that fact from us.

    ALL the real video is just people dropping their ballots in... a drop box!

    D'Souza - a convicted felon himself - simply calls these people "criminals" based on... the way they walk, or look, or park! That's it!

    ANY "fake" ballots WOULDN'T BE COUNTED ANYWAY. There are strict checks including for duplicates. Of course. Do you even need to be told that?

    ALL the cellphone data supposedly locating "mules" at boxes is WORTHLESS. It's nowhere near accurate enough for that AND the analysis has been kept secret... so D'Souza can just claim anything.

    ALL the dropbox location matching is suspect anyway because a bunch of them are shown in downtown Moscow.

    The entire "Yuma whistleblower" sequence is WORTHLESS because ballot transport was legal there until 2016 and is still legal for caregivers - and none of what she says is specific to time or place. Just "ballots were moved". D'Souza shaking his head sadly at this news doesn't make it nefarious.

    THERE IS A CRIME: this film is a political crime against our nation. Look at the countless people saying "This is awful! The election was stolen".

    What is the right moral punishment for committing a crime like this?
  • saria-90386 - 15 February 2024
    All Lies - Except The Part Where Everyone Agrees This "Film" is Propaganda Trash.
    The Perfect review. :-) :

    So, it turns out that "2000 Mules" were mere donkey droppings.

    The investigative whizzes who claimed to have evidence of 2,000 "mules" stuffing drop boxes in five key battleground states, including Arizona, were apparently scamming the red-hatted rubes who glommed onto the documentary as proof that the 2020 election had been stolen.

    I, for one, am just shocked.

    In Arizona, Republicans flocked to screening parties when the Dinesh D'Souza documentary was released in May 2022, plunking down as much as $12 to watch the supposed evidence of ballot stuffing play out before their very eyes.

    Kari Lake, others promoted '2000 Mules' The Arizona Legislature actually held a hearing in June 2022, inviting the people behind the documentary, True the Vote's Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips, to lay out their "findings" of an elaborate scheme in which unnamed nonprofits dispatched 243 "mules" to systematically stuff ballot drop boxes in Maricopa and Yuma counties.

    U. S. Rep. Debbie Lesko, then-state GOP Chair Kelli Ward, Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb and state Sen. Wendy Rogers sat among the enthusiastic crowd at the hearing, co-hosted by then-Senate Elections Committee Chair Kelly Townsend, who would later call for "vigilantes" to monitor drop boxes in the 2022 election.

    U. S. Rep. Andy Biggs demanded an immediate congressional hearing on the "illegal activity exposed in the documentary 2000 Mules."

    U. S. Rep. Gosar hosted a screening of the film, along with Ward, state Sen. Sonny Borrelli and several others in the Legislature's conspiracy crowd.

    Kari Lake attended the documentary's grand premiere at Mar-a-Lago and promoted the film.

    "The Left will do anything to distract America from @DineshDSouza's 2000 Miles movie,'" she tweeted. "Do not stop talking about it. If networks don't want to cover it, force them to. Send it to everyone you know. This is black & white proof that cannot be refuted. Next, we need 2000 Arrests."

    True the Vote says it has no evidence Strange that Lake hasn't shared today's news on social media.

    It seems True the Vote just told a Georgia judge that it doesn't have evidence to support its claims of illegal ballot stuffing during the 2020 election.

    This should be no surprise to anyone in Arizona, given the group's refusal to turn over evidence in 2022, when requested to do so by the Arizona Attorney General's Office. Oh, there were plenty of promises by True the Vote that the data backing up their claims would be handed over.

    Lawmakers have time for '2000 Mules': But not the state budget

    It just never was.

    Eventually the AG's Office asked the FBI and IRS to investigate, noting that True the Vote had repeatedly rebuffed all requests to share the documentary's alleged evidence, yet raised "considerable sums of money" based on claims of having that evidence.

    Georgia officials, meanwhile, took it one step further.

    The state Election Board subpoenaed the documents and later went to court demanding that True the Vote turn over the evidence of this massive conspiracy to steal the election, one stuffed dropbox at a time.

    A judge last year ordered True the Vote to turn over names and contact information for anyone who had provided information, along with any recordings, transcripts, witness statements or other evidence supporting its conspiracy claims.

    Ballot stuffing claims were just manure This week, True the Vote's attorneys finally responded to a judge's order that they pony up the goods.

    Here is what they said:

    "TTV has no such documents in its possession, custody, or control."

    So now we wait ... for Lake and Mark Finchem and others who grabbed onto the mules as evidence of some widespread conspiracy to admit they were wrong.

    For the Republicans in the Legislature to stop their hysterics over drop boxes and maybe even to pass a bill that would prevent armed vigilantes staking them out this year and intimidating voters trying to exercise their constitutional right to cast a ballot.

    Those mules? Turns out they didn't exist.

    Yet two years later, here we are, awash in manure.
  • danwalter-03890 - 6 January 2023
    "All D'Souza really has-if the cellphone data is real and is really what he represents it as being-is some evidence that some people made frequent trips in areas around ballot drop-off boxes which, by design, were usually placed in heavily-traveled areas for convenience... Putting that aside, who are these mules? Who paid them? Where is the evidence of people making repeated trips to illegally stuff drop-boxes with ballots? What non-profits were involved? These questions are not even asked, let alone answered, in the movie. The theory of the case relies almost entirely on digital maps with dots and squiggles, supposedly demonstrating the questionable movement of the "mules." Boom-Diggity. All that's left is for the FBI to take it from here. Or something."- Bullwark.
  • shafe4141 - 9 November 2022
    Anyone that believes absolutely anything in this film deserves to have their money taken from them. You are the absolute dumbest human beings on the planet. There is "evidence" of someone taking a ballot, out of a bag, and putting it in a dropbox. So they want you to believe...a person...voting...legally...is a mule. That is absolutely hilarious and you should all consider yourselves dumber for watching this utter waste of time. They also blur out a dog. A dog. Like it's some accomplice to a crime. Some furry little goodboye is probably also a mule. You absolute toilet bowl licking members of society.
  • silverdragon4 - 3 November 2022
    QAnon/MaGa conspiracy theories
    As per usual, QAnon/Mags attempt to show what they say to be true, when infact the have ZERO evidence or facts. What they say is fact is not proof. If there was proof, it would have been found. Trump had everyone look, but no proof was found. His lawyers stood Infront of cameras saying the election was stolen etc etc. But when they got up in court, where they had to tell the truth or risk losing their careers, they said nothing. They have no proof that any state rigged the election. It was him that attempted to steal the election by convincing the Georgia Secretary of State and told him to "find" 12,000 votes. That is electoral fraud. And when that didn't work, he had his minions attack the capitol in an attempt insurrection where they wanted to kidnap or even kill Democrats. That is treason

    All we, the people, saw was a grown man, Trump, and all his little minions throw their toys out their strollers and make stuff up, because that's what Trump/QAnon/MaGa do best, make stuff up for low IQ people to believe because they need to believe in something. I would feel sorry for them if they were not such a violent cult.

    Joke of a president, joke of a cult and joke of a "documentary"