In Dinesh D’Souza’s successful 2,000 Mules film, a group of experts with extensive experience inspecting election fraud and election security share various forms of evidence that the 2020 election was not properly conducted, with many ballots being illegally harvested. The non-profit organization known as True The Vote was able to conduct their investigation into the 2020 election by pinpointing roughly 2,000 individuals via cellphone data and analyzing video across five key states that clearly shows election-related crimes being committed.
In total, True The Vote obtained more than 10 trillion cell phone pings and over 4 million minutes of surveillance video from ballot boxes in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. To verify the integrity of their cell phone data, True The Vote followed protocols established after Georgia authorities solved the 2020 murder of Secoriea Turner using cell phone geolocation data. After confirming the validity of the cell phone data, True The Vote examined thousands of videos from numerous ballot drop boxes. Video footage acquired by True The Vote shows that some of the ballot traffickers suspiciously dropped off their collection of ballots in the middle of the night. More disturbingly, other vote harvesters wore disposable fingerprint-proof gloves, with operatives even removing their gloves immediately after placing the ballot or ballots that were in their possession into a drop box. This indicates intent and proves that the individuals who trafficked ballots were aware that they were committing a crime.
Based on a combination of surveillance footage and cell phone data, True The Vote was able to identify ballot traffickers, or “mules”. A ballot mule is an individual that is suspected of illegally collecting ballots from various sources and submitting them to a ballot drop box, commonly in exchange for money. According to True The Vote’s criteria, a person is considered a mule if they are confirmed to have made at least 10 visits to ballot drop boxes and more than 5 visits to leftist non-profit organizations over a four-week period. In total, more than 2,000 ballot mules were flagged.
In Atlanta, Georgia, True The Vote identified 242 mules who visited an average of 24 drop boxes and 8 Democrat-aligned non-profit organizations in the two weeks leading up to the 2020 election. In Milwaukee, Wisconsin, about 100 mules were discovered, with each mule going to an average of 28 drop boxes. In Detroit, Michigan, approximately 500 mules were observed by True The Vote, with some mules visiting as many as 100 drop boxes. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, had the majority of the overall mules, with 1,100 mules being detected in the one city alone. According to True The Vote, Philadelphia’s mules visited an average of 50 drop boxes each. Lastly, in Phoenix, Arizona, around 200 ballot mules were uncovered by True The Vote’s investigation. As previously mentioned, this likely illegal operation was unearthed through an analysis of data in merely five states. One could only imagine what an extensive investigation across all 50 states would uncover.
While D’Souza’s film manages to capture approximately 2,000 suspected felons and pinpoint their exact activities that influenced the 2020 election, the film also serves as a reminder that Americans were not given justice for the events that occurred in 2020. After all, where are the consequences? If the FBI weren’t being used by the Biden administration for political purposes, such as raiding innocent conservatives or targeting parents concerned about radical school curriculums, they could launch an official investigation into the findings of 2,000 Mules. But instead, Biden’s allies at the FBI have determined that Americans do not deserve such an investigation. As a result, conservative states have realized that they are effectively on their own with regard to election security, and they have been forced to enact various election integrity measures that aim to prevent future Democrat-linked ballot harvesting operations from being as successful as they were in 2020.
2,000 Mules successfully exposed an extensive campaign to influence the outcome of the 2020 election in five key swing states. Now, however, the alleged mules should face criminal investigations, and those proven guilty should be punished. Even though the outcome of the 2020 election can no longer be changed, anyone guilty of election-related crimes should still be fully held accountable.