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2000 Mules! Conspiracy or Constitutional Travesty?

I sat and stared at a blank page when I woke up to write this article this morning. We live in a society divided. I did not know how to introduce or write this content. I spent the better part of 4 hours last night going over the newly released documentary, 2000 Mules. Page upon page of notes and an entire file of clipped videos sitting in front of me, and I still could not figure out how to write this.

Like many of you. I have a laundry list of questions regarding the 2020 election. Full disclosure, I am not a Donald Trump supporter. I did however vote for him in 2016 because I, like everyone else, fell for the duopoly and false dichotomy of voting for the lesser of two evils. Remaining completely objective, the 2020 election was one of the most nefarious political acts I have seen in my 35 years on this planet. I am neither Republican nor Democrat. I am an American citizen who believes in the Constitution and the system of government our founders fought so bravely to secure for us. Anyone who loves our great Constitutional Republic knows that the 2020 election opened the flood gates. Are our elections secure? And how secure will they be moving forward?

2000 Mules was released on May 2nd, 2022 and has since set the internet on fire with controversy. The 1 hour 25 min documentary is the product of Dinesh D'Souza and True The Vote. The documentary has already grossed over $1 million according to the Washington Examiner.

My recommendation while watching this documentary is to keep an open mind and have a pen and paper ready. Take notes and ask questions. The documentary itself exposes troubling events during the 2020 election. After watching the full-length video however, I was left with more questions than answers. The video discusses a wide variety of parameters involving the 2020 election with emphasis on ballot harvesting in key swing States. You are introduced to Salem Media Group, True The Vote and has political commentators such as Charlie Kirk, Dennis Prager and Dr. Sebastian Gorka. It covers topics like Covid 19 measures during the election, Supreme Court cases involving voter fraud, improper adjudication, events leading up to the election, fraud history, overturned elections involving fraud, GEO Tracking, data sales, non-profit organizations paying ballot harvesters, over 4 million minutes of government video obtained at ballot boxes, State laws regarding ballot harvesting and video evidence backed by GEO tracking regarding ballot harvesting.

Ballot harvesting is simply the collection of two or more completed mail ballots by one or more person(s) for the purpose of submitting those ballots. Many States have laws that completely outlaw ballot harvesting. While others have specific guidelines regarding who can turn in ballots for other voters while other States do not specify. Georgia being one of the States that have specific guidelines on who can turn in ballots for another voter. Georgia is important to note because of the content of the documentary.

So, what is a mule? The documentary answers this question, which you can watch below.

In simplest terms, a mule is an individual paid to traffic ballots by picking them up at an undisclosed location and dropping them into ballot boxes. 2000 Mules goes into depth about this and provides multiple examples of ballot harvesting by mules. I will provide a few of those examples below.

Mule #1 Georgia

Georgia has specific guidelines regarding ballot harvesting. Ballot harvesting (ballot collection) laws by state - Ballotpedia

The documentary goes on to state that this specific example takes place at 3:57 in the morning in the State of Georgia. "In Georgia, a voter with a physical disability may have their absentee ballot returned by a family member (defined by the law) or a household member. Voters confined to a hospital can vote an absentee ballot immediately upon delivery by a registrar or absentee ballot clerk and return it to the official." According to state law only voters with a physical disability may have their ballot returned by a family member or household member. That family member or household member must also be strictly verified with "satisfactory proof". The documentary notes that this mule also visited 26 other ballot box locations that same evening. Regardless of whether or not the law allows for family members to submit votes on your behalf, what we are seeing in the video above is a crime under Georgia law. It is highly unlikely that this individual has multiple disabled family members that requires him to drop ballots of at 27 different locations in 1 night.

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Mule #2 Georgia

Again, it must be noted that it is highly unlikely that this individual has multiple disabled family members residing in the State of Georgia. They also note that this individual was GEO tracked using a cell phone registered to a home in North Carolina. The most troubling thing, however, is the fact that she wears gloves to prevent her fingerprints from being transferred to the ballots. Could this be cause for speculation? Absolutely! But you cannot ignore the details regarding this specific example. Georgia State Laws, the out of State phone number registration and the suspicious nature of her demeanor. While this may not be absolute proof, it raises suspicion and should warrant further investigation.

Mule #3 Georgia

Again, Georgia voting laws must be mentioned. This example also shows the individual take a photo of the ballot box for verification. This can also be cause for speculation but warrants specific questions. Why are these videos never investigated? These are official government videos obtained through disclosure laws. Who is monitoring these videos? Have these individuals been questioned by law enforcement? Will they be questioned by law enforcement? And do they plan on disclosing all this information to the public?

Mutiple Mules

The documentary states that they have over 4 million minutes of video footage from these ballot boxes. A representation of less than 5% of the voters in the entire country. Video footage that only covers specific counties in specific States. Mostly swing states like Philadelphia Pennsylvania, where they claim to have located over 1,100 mules.