Dinesh D’Souza’s “2000 Mules” is now AVAILABLE. Here’s how to WATCH

“They thought we’d never find out. They were wrong.” That’s what filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza says about his new film “2000 Mules” about the 2020 election.

The website at Rumble’s Locals describes the documentary this way: It “exposes widespread, coordinated voter fraud in the 2020 election, sufficient to change the overall outcome.”

“Drawing on research provided by the election integrity group True the Vote, ‘2000 Mules’ offers two types of evidence: geotracking and video. The geotracking evidence, based on a database of 10 trillion cell phone pings, exposes an elaborate network of paid professional operatives called mules delivering fraudulent and illegal votes to mail-in dropboxes in the five key states where the election was decided. Video evidence, obtained from official surveillance cameras installed by the states themselves, confirms the geotracking evidence. The movie concludes by exploring numerous ways to prevent the fraud from happening again.”

That Geotracking data is something that True the Vote and Donald Trump have talked about a great deal over the last year.

Here is the video on Rumble featuring D’Souza talking about “2000 Mules.” Watch:

Here’s the trailer.

You can watch “2000 Mules” by going to 2000mules.locals.com to create an account and getting an annual subscription, which costs $29.99.

Alternately, if you have a SalemNOW subscription, it is available there, though I don’t know the price.

Even if you don’t care enough about 2020 to want the documentary, it’s worth watching just because THEY ARE TELLING US NOT TO and trying to PREVENT IT.

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