Dinesh D’Souza’s new low-budget documentary “2000 Mules” alleges widespread ballot harvesting may have affected the results of the 2020 presidential election.
Using geotracking data and government security camera video footage obtained by election integrity watchdog True the Vote, the film purports to show hundreds of “mules” stuffing drop boxes with absentee ballots during odd hours in key battleground states.
D’Souza’s project made more than $1 million in under 12 hours on video streaming platform Rumble and its subscription platform Locals beginning at noon on Saturday. The documentary “is finding word-of-mouth commercial success through alternative distribution channels immune to censorship by cultural gatekeepers,” according to Just the News.
However, mainstream media outlets have criticized the film for portraying ballot harvesting as leading to large-scale voter fraud without providing evidence to show it could have changed the final results of the election.
“2000 Mules” is available for purchase at $29.99 on D’Souza’s Locals channel or for free with purchase of an annual $50 subscription to his channel. The controversial film had a limited theatrical release last week and is also available for purchase or rent on SalemNow.com.
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