Dinesh D’Souza’s 2000 Mules claims to expose the extent of election fraud in the now infamous 2020 election and it has grossed over $1 million. 2000 Mules is also getting phenomenal reviews. In its first 10 days in theatres, 2000 Mules grossed an impressive $1.2 million, proving that a sizable section of Americans still has faith in Trump. The film that premiered in the former president’s hotel Mar-a-Lago, has captured the attention of the audience and is receiving great feedback. Though the film is only targetting the crowds that are loyal to Trump, looking at the response it has received it is now a popular belief that practically everyone will pay to see this film.
The film shows clips of people dropping ballots into ballot boxes late into the night. Mr D’Souza says that the 2020 presidential elections “haunts the American mind.” D’Souza and Trump say that the Democrats carried out the swindling of votes and turned the course of the 2020 elections. D’Souza calls the 2020 presidential elections a heist. All the theatres where the documentary was screened have been sold out. Everyone who saw the movie only complemented it and many even said that the U.S. Government should look into the 2020 elections again.
About Dinesh D’Souza’s 2000 Mules documentary
2000 Mules exposes widespread, coordinated voter fraud in the 2020 election, sufficient to change the overall outcome. The claims 2,000 Mulesmakes, which purports to have “smoking gun” evidence of massive voter fraud in the 2020 election in the form of digital device location tracking data. Former President Donald Trump has embraced the film, which has gained popularity even in the political circles. The story revolves around the mules that were paid by unnamed nonprofit organizations to illegally collect and deposit ballots into drop boxes in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin during the 2020 presidential elections.
Mules were also caught on 4-minute long surveillance footage across the country. Mules were found in 6 countries dropping off ballots at 27 different drop boxes. The resources have been researched and provided by a Texas organization called “True the vote”. This organization pronounces itself as an anti-voter fraud organization.