D’Souza Documentary Shows Rampant Voter Fraud

Filmmaker and podcast host Dinesh D’Souza presents evidence of wide-spread, highly-coordinated voter fraud in the 2020 election in his latest documentary 2000 Mules. 

D’Souza told The Epoch Times: “2000 Mules will settle the issue beyond a shadow of a doubt by using two powerful, independent modes of investigation. The evidence is so conclusive, so decisive, that it leaves nothing to argue about.”

An investigative team used cellphone tracking and video footage proving that unauthorized individuals he refers to as “mules,” were paid to collect thousands of absentee ballots from voters and deposit them in drop boxes, which is illegal in all 50 states. 

“Not all the drop boxes were under video surveillance, but enough were to provide incontrovertible evidence, much obtained from government entities,” D’Souza said. “’2000 Mules’ contains a lot of never-before-seen footage depicting glove-wearing mules moving from county to county delivering absentee ballots to drop boxes, often in the dead of night.”

“The COVID-19 pandemic created an opportunity to do fraud on a scale not imagined before. The avalanche of absentee ballots sent out and the drop boxes presented much greater opportunity.”

The documentary film will open in 300 theaters on May 2 and May 4. In addition, one can stream the film from the  website www.2000mules.com on May 7th.  A trailer may be watched now at that site.  

D’Souza, a 1980’s immigrant from India and now a proud American citizen, has produced a number of notable documentaries, including Obama’s America,  Hillary’s America:The Secret History of the Democratic Party,  Death of a Nation,  America: Imagine the World Without Her,  and Trump Card.  Several are ranked in the top 10 highest-grossing political documentaries.