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In his documentary “2000 Mules,” Dinesh D’Souza revealed yet more shocking evidence linking Arizona to a stolen 2020 presidential election, and Attorney General Mark Brnovich refuses to do anything about it.
The ground-breaking film presented overwhelming evidence of organized widespread voter fraud unearthed by True The Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht and Greg Phillips, an election fraud expert with 30 years of experience.
Using publicly available geolocation data from the cellphones of ballot trafficking “Mules,” in conjunction with security footage from drop boxes across the country, True The Vote shows us exactly how Democrats interfered with the 2020 election with mail-in voter fraud.
Catherine and Greg bought cellphone geotracking data in key swing states nationwide from October 1st, 2020, through the 2020 General Election. They narrowed the search criteria to pinpoint their Mules. People who visited ten or more ballot drop boxes and visited a nonprofit organization five or more times were labeled ballot Mules.
“When we started the project, we had to figure out how are we going to describe the individuals and the elements involved, and to us, it felt a lot like a cartel… So we began to use that vernacular. A Mule is, by our definition, a person that is involved in picking up ballots from locations and running them to the drop boxes,” explained Engelbrecht.
In each state, the Mules picked up votes from nonprofits or “stash houses” and dropped them off at different ballot drop boxes in various cities.
Some even visited dropboxes at night while wearing gloves, and photographed themselves stuffing ballots. All of these are cause for alarm.
Engelbrecht explains the following in the film:
One of the questions that will come up in the work that we’ve done is, “well, how do you know that this wasn’t just somebody that’s got a big family and they just deposited a bunch of ballots once?” Or, “how do you know that this person didn’t just work at a location that is near a Dropbox and so they’re constantly going by a Dropbox?“ the elements that are added to here, the going to the nonprofits, the ability to identify the pattern of approach to Dropbox and that it is going not past a Dropbox and on but directly to a Dropbox and back to another point and then to another Dropbox; all of these things.
Phoenix, Arizona’s and Maricopa County’s largest city, were found to have over 200 Mules. “We have recently learned video was specifically turned off on particular drop boxes [in Arizona],” Phillips said.
A full forensic review of Maricopa County’s 2020 election in 2021 revealed hundreds of thousands of more ballot inconsistencies and votes cast illegally.
A month before the worldwide premiere of “2000 Mules”, Mark Brnovich released a long-anticipated “interim report” on the audit of the Maricopa County election. He explained how Maricopa County failed to comply with his investigation and stated that “between 100,000 and 200,000 ballots were transported without a proper chain of custody.” The actual number of ballots without the chain of custody documentation is believed to be many times greater, and Brnovich neglected to mention the 200,000 ballot signature problems identified by Dr. Shiva.
“The EIU’s review has uncovered instances of election fraud by individuals who have been or will be prosecuted for various elections crimes,” Brnovich’s report declared.
Despite the evidence presented and the crimes committed, no prosecutions have occurred. Rather, “he wants to be politically correct,” President Trump opined.
Brnovich said after the premiere of 2000 Mules, which was packed to capacity at every theater in Maricopa County, that he works “every day for trustworthy elections.” Yet he hasn’t taken any action or said a word in response to True The Vote’s report.
When will your office be releasing its official response to #2000Mules?
— Columnated HB2289 Store Boy (@DominofromAZ) May 10, 2022
Dinesh D’Souza and True The Vote calculated the number of votes that were illegally smuggled in the swing states based on how many mules, average dropbox visits, and average numbers of ballots were stuffed into every box.
This narrow set of criteria showed that President Trump indeed won Georgia, Arizona, and Pennsylvania, winning 279 electoral votes and winning a second term.
It was determined that 200 mules visited 20 dropboxes on average and filled five illegal ballots per box. This totaled 20,000 illegal votes, nearly twice the majority win in Arizona.
In their search, True The Vote included individuals who visited five or more dropboxes as opposed to ten or more, and they found 54,000 Mules across the country. The researchers then used a conservative estimate of three ballots per dropbox visit to estimate how many illegal ballots were being trafficked.
In light of these criteria, they concluded that President Trump won in all crucial swing states with a total electoral vote of 305 to 233 for Biden.
— Josh Barnett for Congress (AZ-01) (@BarnettforAZ) May 5, 2022
207,435 illegal ballots were also trafficked in Arizona alone, according to their expanded investigation.
There was a significant amount of voter fraud in Arizona’s 2020 election revealed last week, but AG Brnovich has yet to make any arrests.
In response to “2000 Mules”, the Yuma County Sheriff’s office has begun investigating cases of voter fraud in the 2020 general election and the 2022 primary election.
Watch the official trailer: