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Film Claims It Has Video of "Mules" Stuffing Ballot Boxes in 2020 Election


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Paul Bond

Mar. 2 2022

After Joe Biden beat Donald Trump to become the nation's 46th president, the Department of Homeland Security declared that the 2020 election was "the most secure in American history." But conservative filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza is likely to set off a new firestorm with a documentary using video he says was obtained through open-records requests that allegedly shows "mules" stuffing ballot boxes.

D'Souza tells Newsweek his point isn't to convince moviegoers that the presidential election that Joe Biden won and Donald Trump lost ought to be overturned, only that the reflexive claim that there were no major irregularities is untrue.

The movie is made in conjunction with True the Vote, a Texas organization that bills itself as an anti-voter fraud group.

"There is no way to know who the votes were cast for. But what we do know is the claim that 2020 was 'the most secure election ever' is false," says Catherine Engelbrecht, founder of True the Vote.

Mules are described in the movie as paid or unpaid operatives who, in 2020, put ballots in multiple drop boxes that had been set up to make it more convenient for voters in the midst of the COVID pandemic.




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