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Watch Virtual Premiere of The Documentary Film “2000 Mules”

Watch 2000 Mules Virtual Premiere


What’s the movie about?

Dinesh Joseph D’Souza, an Indian-American right-wing political analyst, agitator, writer, film director, and conspiracy theorist has directed a unique documentary film titled “2000 Mules” that exposes the truth about the presidential election of 2020. “The election of 2020 haunts the American mind,” says Dinesh D’Souza, a celebrated filmmaker.

“A large number of people have a gut feeling that there was a coordinated, massive fraud.” These people are angry because no one has ever been able to demonstrate it–until now.” The new documentary 2000 Mules as well opens about a vast network of operatives who were paid to violate election laws, and it portrays the truth of what happened behind the presidential election that was “too close for comfort.”

2000 Mules by Dinesh D'Souza
2000 Mules by Dinesh D’Souza

A Texas organisation called ‘True the Vote,’ which shows itself as an anti-voter fraud organisation, has represented all of the research resources in the film. All of the evidence presented in the upcoming film was gathered through cell phone geo-tracking as well as video files.

What did Dinesh D’Souza say in an interview?

“I’ve been almost completely silent on the topic since the 2020 election because I’ve been frustrated by the fact that on the one hand, you have the left’s pompous and absurd declaration that this is ‘the most secure election in history,’ which seems unlikely on the face of it given how several rules were thrown out the window in a COVID setting, but they insist that it was. On the other hand, we’ve had a mix of suspicions, accusations, and assertions, but no proof that would satisfy even the most ardent conservative who wants to believe in coordinated fraud.” -Dinesh D’Souza stated in an interview.

2000 Mules selling out at theatres across America
2000 Mules selling out at theatres across America

“We have overwhelming evidence in this case, and it’ll be entertaining to watch.” “At a certain point, no amount of ignoring or screaming works because the statistics are in plain sight,” -D’Souza added later.

The Virtual Premiere of 2000 Mules

The documentary film had its virtual premiere on Friday, May 6th. It was very exciting for Conservatives, who had eagerly awaited this movie, to purchase tickets and participate in a live event broadcast from a Las Vegas studio. This virtual premiere featured a limited subject interview with President Trump, a screening of the film, and a live Q&A with him and the film’s main characters.

An Instagram movie review of 2000 Mules
An Instagram movie review of 2000 Mules

Approximately 300 VIPs were able to attend this event if counted in person.”This film excites us tremendously. In the 2020 election, the 2000 Mules revealed widespread, coordinated voter fraud, enough to change the outcome. So prepare yourself!” -D’Souza added.

How to buy tickets for 2000 Mules in order to watch it in a theatre?

Tickets are sold out in many major cities, according to sources on the film’s website, including Atlanta, Cincinnati, Dallas, Houston, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, San Diego, South Miami, and West Palm Beach. There are no tickets available for purchase at the theatre. It’s only available on 2000 mules.com.  Annual subscribers to D’Souza’s Locals community will get it for free. For those who have not yet subscribed, the movie will cost $19.99 as a one-time fee. You can buy tickets and choose the theatre closest to you on the 2000 Mules website.


The premiere week is from 2nd May to 7th May.

It had a virtual premiere on the 2nd and 4th of May at Select Theatre. Dinesh D’Souza, along with Catherine Engelbrecht of True the Vote, had released a trailer for their new film, “2,000 Mules,” in which they show the world how well the 2020 Presidential Vote was stolen and misappropriated. The film exposes the Democrats’, RINOs’, and Fake News’ claims that the election was the “safest in history.” It was possibly the most insecure period in history. The ballot box was stuffed like never before—and it was all caught on camera. In each Swing State, ballots were trafficked and sold in a huge operation.

Trump’s remarks on the 2000 Mules movie


“This film by my buddy @DineshDSouza will expose the rigged election once and for all.” It’s an incredible achievement. Every American owes him a debt of gratitude, and he urges everyone to see the movie and bring friends,” Trump said in a statement.

What is the background story of 2000 Mules?

It’s not just another election documentary; it’s an in-depth look at the election’s complexities and deception. Dinesh is joined by Charlie Kirk and a number of others, as well as a research team, in order to uncover the truth.

Using satellite mobile phone monitoring, they were able to identify 242 mules in Atlanta who ended up going to an average of 24 drop boxes. A mule is someone who collects ballots and deposits them in drop boxes. They used 4 million minutes of surveillance tapes from across the nation to catch the mules in the act.

Trump's official statement regarding 2000 Mules
Trump’s official statement regarding 2000 Mules

The majority of this illegal “voting” occurred between the hours of 1 and 5 a.m., which is exactly what most people think of voting, right? People are seen in the video dumping a large number of ballots into drop boxes, which is quite disturbing to watch. They also discovered a crowded mule that delivered ballots to 27 different drop boxes in six different counties in one night. However, the most pressing question is whether vote trafficking was enough to tip the scales? You’ll have to find out.

The cast of 2000 Mules

Catherine Engelbrecht, Gregg Phillips, Dennis Prager, Charlie Kirk, Dr Sebastian Gorka, Eric Metaxas, and Larry Elder will star in the film. Dinesh & Debbie D’Souza, and Bruce Schooley wrote and directed the film.

About Dinesh D’Souza

On April 25, 1961, Dinesh Joseph D’Souza was born. He is a political analyst, agitator, writer, film director, and conspiracy theorist who is Indian-American. D’Souza is the author of more than a dozen books, including a number of New York Times bestsellers. D’Souza, a Bombay native, came to America on an exchange programme and went on to Dartmouth College.

DInesh D'Souza
DInesh D’Souza

In 1991, he became a naturalised citizen. He was president of The King’s College, a Christian college in New York, from 2010 to 2012, when he resigned due to an alleged adultery scandal. In 2012, D’Souza, as well as his wife, each contributed $10,000 to Wendy Long’s Senate campaign, with D’Souza agreeing to credit $5,000 from his wife and $5,000 from him in writing. He told two others they needed to pay an extra $20,000, which he promised and delivered. The Election Act at the time-limited individual political contributions to $5,000 per candidate. D’Souza pled guilty to one felony count of making an illegal political contribution through a “straw donor” in federal court two years later.

He received an eight-month sentence in a halfway house near his San Diego home, and also five years of probation and a $30,000 fine. D’Souza was pardoned by President Donald Trump in 2018. D’Souza is frequently labelled a neoconservative. He describes conservatism in the United States as “conserving the principles of the American Revolution.” In his book Letters to a Young Conservative, D’Souza argues that conservatism is a cross between classical liberalism and old virtue, highlighting “the belief that there are moral standards in the universe and that living up to them is the right way to live a full and happy life.” He also takes issue with the current liberal faith that “human nature is intrinsically good” and that “the world’s great conflicts… arise from terrible misunderstandings that can be corrected through ongoing discussion and UN mediation.”

Other works by Dinesh D’Souza

Given his illustrious history, you’d think that when he switched to podcasts in October 2021, he’d gain a slew of new fans and followers. You are correct if you believe this; the podcast has since been updated including over 200 episodes. Let’s review several of the most memorable episodes.

  • Parents are on the lookout (Episode 1)

In this episode, Dinesh demonstrates how the Biden administration has shifted from labelling January 6 protesters as domestic terrorists to labelling parents who oppose Critical Race Education as such. Despite the fact that a Facebook whistleblower exposes illegal activity on the platform, Dinesh demonstrates how the Left is exploiting her to push for more digital legislation. A vengeful court ruled against a nonviolent protester who was not even wanted by the Biden administration on January 6. Dinesh is joined by Jack Posobiec to talk about his new children’s book, The Island of Free Ice Cream. In his podcast, you’ll notice a tone to his speech that I think is fantastic; it’s both peaceful and energetic.

  • Episode 5:

There’s never a dull moment when Dinesh gets Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s candid take on the chaos and controversies surrounding the Biden administration in this episode. According to Dinesh, Ray Epps’ involvement in the January 6 incident could be the “smoking gun” that reveals the FBI’s involvement. Dinesh carefully reads a headline in the New York Times about restrictions in Russia and China, noting what it doesn’t say. Dinesh describes how the desecration of a Jefferson monument implies that Gulliver is losing the Lilliputians’ battle.

Dinesh D'Souza podcast
Dinesh D’Souza podcast
  • The Permanence of Racism?

This is the most recent special edition episode. Dinesh delves into the central premise of Critical Race Theory, the persistence of racism, in this special episode. According to Dinesh, if racism is infinite and will always exist, it must have existed for a long time as well. Based on his own race investigation over the previous 25 years, dating back to “The End of Racism” in 1995, Dinesh makes a compelling case for racism’s historical roots. Dinesh then goes on to describe what it was like before painting a picture of how racism could be eradicated in Western culture. The podcast can be found here.

  • God and science (episode 4)

In this episode, Dinesh has a lengthy conversation with Ian Hutchinson, an MIT nuclear physicist, about the compatibility of God—most specifically, the Christian God—and science. Dinesh uses Vaclav Havel’s analogy of a Soviet greengrocer to show how the Biden administration’s multiple agencies spout mindless ideological slogans. Dinesh demonstrates the incredible ingenuity and power of China’s newest hypersonic nuclear weapon technology. Dinesh also discusses China’s new law, which states that if a kid commits a crime, the parents are liable.

  • The Unravelling

This is the title of the third episode. In this special edition, Dinesh has an in-depth conversation with Julie Kelly, the lone investigative reporter covering the January 6 trials and aftermath. Dinesh and Julie will dissect every aspect of the Left’s story about those events, which is slowly but inevitably unravelling. So, what happened exactly? What were the perpetrators’ motivations? Is government power being used for good or being abused? Why isn’t the Republican Party intervening or speaking up? Dinesh will conduct an honest and open investigation into specific actions and circumstances with the lady who has persevered in her pursuit of the truth despite misdirection, delay, and deception.

More about the 2000 Mules cast

  • Catherine Engelbrecht
Catherine Engelbrecht
Catherine Engelbrecht

She is a Texas native who was born in the city of Richmond. Her husband, Bryan, founded a high-precision oilfield machine shop in 1994. Prior to 2008, Catherine had very little political experience. She called herself a “life activist.” As a wife, mother, church founder and board member, PTO officer at her children’s school, city volunteer, and business owner, she had a lot on her plate. She, like many others, did believe that the government must be left to “politicians” who could be trusted to act in the best interests of the people of the United States.

  • Greg Phillips
Greg Phillips
Greg Phillips

He was born and raised in the small town of Hayesville, North Carolina. His bemused parents took him to the junior league college to see plays by Tennessee Williams, John Guare, and Bertol Brecht, and he showed an early interest in theatre. Seeing plays like these influenced his understanding of theatre and the world. Greg moved to New York on a Merce Cunningham Dance Studio scholarship after graduating from East Carolina University in Greenville, NC with a BFA in acting and a minor in dance (Greg had never danced before his first dance class at the age of 18). Studying there added to his growing understanding of the theatrical possibilities. He returned to his hometown after several years as a struggling actor in New York, where he was provided the position of artistic director of The Licklog Players. During his five years as artistic director, what had once been a small summer theatre had grown into a year-round venue that produced ten musical acts a year, many of which he directed.

  • Dennis Mark Prager
Dennis Prager of The Dennis Prager Show fame
Dennis Prager of The Dennis Prager Show fame

He is an American conservative radio host and author. He is the host of the nationally syndicated radio talk show The Dennis Prager Show. In 2009, he co-founded PragerU, a conservative American video production company that produces five-minute videos. His political work began in 1969 with a focus on Soviet Jews who were unable to emigrate. He began to provide more and more political commentary over time. His viewpoints are generally conservative.

  • Sebastian Gorka
Sebastian Gorka
Sebastian Gorka

He is a British-born Hungarian-American journalist, intelligence and military analyst, and former government official who worked as a Deputy Assistant Secretary in President Donald Trump’s administration from January 2017 to August 25, 2017. Gorka was born in the United Kingdom to Hungarian parents, lived in Hungary from 1992 to 2008, and became an American citizen in 2012. Gorka is a conservative who has ties to the alt-right, though he dismisses the term and has condemned the alt-right, calling it “bogus” and “a new label for nationalists or irredentist bigots.”