WATCH: Informant Appearing In D’Souza’s Doc Film ‘2,000 Mules’ Details How Alleged Ballot Harvesting Operation Worked

( Exclusive) – An informant who hails from the state of Arizona appeared in conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza’s new documentary called “2,000 Mules” and shared how they participated in an alleged illegal ballot harvesting operation that was carried out during the 2020 general election.

Folks, we’ve been saying forever now that this last election was stolen, but the mainstream media still has a massive grip on the hearts and minds of the citizenry, and the narrative they pushed to try and convince folks that this was all hogwash was choked down by a lot of people, despite all of the evidence to the contrary.

According to The Western Journal, the movie states that this same scheme not only happened in Arizona but in Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin, all of which are very important states when it comes to deciding who is going to win an election.

These states are also ones that President Trump won back in 2016 but all flipped to Joe Biden in 2020. That seems very strange, right?

The election integrity group, True the Vote, worked very closely with D’Souza to help produce this documentary.

For those who might now know, a mule, which is a term used in the film, is a person who repeatedly picked up batches of ballots and then put them in drop boxes.

“True the Vote used cellphone geotracking data to identify people who went to 10 or more drop boxes and five or more visits to nongovernmental organizations working on voter turnout during the 2020 general election,” the WJ report said.

“The mules followed a pattern of repeatedly going to drop box locations and back to offices of non-governmental organizations, where allegedly ballots were being collected. The movie called these locations ‘stash houses,'” the report continued.

These mules averaged around 38 visits during the nationwide election, with an average of five ballots per visit.

“That’s 380,000 illegal votes,” D’Souza goes on to say in “2,000 Mules.”

“In Arizona, True the Vote identified 200 mules who averaged 20 drop box visits, with five ballots per drop. Allegedly this resulted in 20,000 votes being illegally cast. D’Souza noted that was more than Biden’s 10,457 vote margin of victory,” the report stated.

“Using the mule threshold definition of 10 or more visits to drop boxes, Trump would have also won Georgia and Pennsylvania, but still lost Michigan and Wisconsin,” the Western Journal stated.

If Trump would have had just three more wins, he would have then carried the Electoral College vote over Joe Biden by 279 to 259.

“The 10 or more visits per mule is a very high threshold meant to eliminate any possibility the visits could have been happenstance,” the report continued. “To further guard against accidentally picking up people who happened to pass by drop box locations regularly, True the Vote bought cellphone data from October 1 into November, showing before, during and after election season.”

Only individuals whose cell phones had located them at drop boxes when voting was occurring were included in the data from True the Vote.

“Pings don’t lie,” True the Vote president Catherine Engelbrecht went on to say during an interview with Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk.

When the group then lowered the threshold for a mule from 10 or more visits to drop boxes to five or more, “this revealed a huge upsurge in the number of mules from 2,000 to 54,000,” D’Souza states in the movie.

If we assume only three ballots per drop, the number of allegedly illegally cast ballots would then go up from 380,000 to 810,000.

If we go under this particular calculation, Trump would then have won all five critical swing states Biden supposedly flipped blue and his Electoral College win would have been 305 to 233.

“True the Vote’s Gregg Phillips interviewed an informant from Yuma County, Arizona who detailed how mules would drop off ballots and come in for what she assumed were weekly payments during the election,” the report said.

According to Engelbrecht, the average number of trips that were made per mule in the county was 31.

“I would get a call to find out how many ballots were brought in and if they were already pre-filled out first,” the informant, whose identity was obscured by altering her voice and not showing her face, went on to tell Phillips.

The information then revealed that a woman “would come to the office, look at them. And then before she left, she would either take them herself, but other times she would ask me to drop them off at the library.”

The informant then said she was told to go to that specific drop box due to the fact there weren’t any surveillance cameras in that area.

The woman “wanted me to take it in the evening when it was dark, also,” the informant said.

She said she put hundreds of ballots in the drop box all by herself.

Just last month, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich put out an interim report that said fraud did occur in the 2020 election in Maricopa County.

“Brnovich said in a letter to state Senate President Karen Fann that his Election Integrity Office found ‘instances of election fraud by individuals who have been or will be prosecuted for various election crimes,'” the report added.

The review wasn’t complete at the time so “we are therefore limited in what we can disclose about specific criminal and civil investigations,” he stated.

“There’s an easy way to bust it, but it’s not the way you think,” D’Souza stated concerning what the next steps for law enforcement should be.

“It’s not to go find the ballots in the ballot mix. You can’t do that. The way to find it is these guys have the cellphone identification of all the mules. All of them,” D’Souza added. “So law enforcement has to step in at this point and their next step is to go and interview the mules. ‘Who paid you? Where’d you get the money?’”

“Bank and cellphone records and offering immunity to the ‘small fish’ to flip on the big ones would seem to be other ways officials could press the investigations — if they want to,” the report continued.

“Today totalitarian regimes camouflage their fake elections with the appearance of democracy, but they’re not real democracies. We don’t want to join them,” D’Souza stated in conclusion.

You can catch “2,000 Mules” showing in theaters all over America starting on Monday, May 2, and then Wednesday, May 4. There’s also a virtual premiere for the film on Saturday, May 7, at 8 p.m. Eastern Time.

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