The premiere of the much-anticipated movie ‘2000 Mules’ was held last week in theaters across the country and in a virtual premiere online on Saturday night.
In the film, Dinesh D’Souza and True the Vote investigators provide answers and evidence on the stolen 2020 Election.
True the Vote investigators Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips have identified over 2000 ballot trafficking mules in all of the battleground states. These “mules” deposited hundreds of thousands of ballots into ballot drop boxes during the 2020 election. The ballot fraud scheme produced enough ballots to steal the election for Joe Biden.
According to the evidence discussed in the movie, if you factor in just the identified ballot trafficking, Trump won with 305 electoral votes. That does not even count all the other fraud that occurred during the election like the mysterious ballot drops at 3 in the morning or the questionable voting machines.
The movie discusses the Democrat-linked stash houses but does not mention any names or locations.
On Saturday Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips announced they will be releasing ALL of the addresses of the ballot stash houses. Look for the Democrats to squirm.
Following the release of “2000 Mules” last week something peculiar took place in Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Election Commission (WEC) took down its voter roll list of all the 7.2 million names on the state’s voter rolls.
Wisconsin voter fraud investigator Jefferson Davis reached out to WEC after his team noticed this sudden development. Here is his letter to WEC:
Good morning Meagan and Robert:
We have been getting reports over the weekend that there appears to be a major breach or compromise of some degree of the Voting History for the nearly 7.2 million names on the rolls.
I have attached screenshots of my account and the Voting History shows no record and to contact WEC.
Please let me know asap what you are able to find out involving this highly unusual and mysterious development.
Looking forward to hearing from you soon,
They claim it was a maintenance issue that they are fixing this morning.