The film ‘2000 Mules,’ a documentary on voter fraud in the 2020 election directed by Dinesh D’Souza, is winning over those Democrats and unaffiliated voters who actually go out and see the film.
A Rasmussen poll reveals that the film has persuaded three-quarters of both Democrats and unaffiliated voters to see the movie.
“A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 77% of those Likely U.S. voters who have seen ‘2000 Mules’ say the movie strengthened their conviction that there was systematic and widespread election fraud in the 2020 election,” the polling firm reported on Friday. “Only 19% of those who have seen the documentary say their belief in election fraud was weakened.”
“So far, only 15% of voters have seen ‘2000 Mules,’ the movie by conservative activist Dinesh D’Souza,” Rasmussen adds. “Nineteen percent (19%) of Republicans, 14% of Democrats and 11% of voters not affiliated with either major party report having watched ‘2000 Mules’.”
However, a substantial number of Americans say that they have heard of the film. The poll shows that 41% of voters have heard about ‘2000 Mules.’ That number includes 50% of Republicans, 36% of Democrats and 38% of unaffiliated voters.
As Just the News reported on the film, it may be “the most convincing, and explosive, evidence the 2020 Presidential election wasn’t as fair as we’ve been told.”
“We are essentially keeping our boat away from the reef of censorship,” D’Souza told the news outlet. “It’s at a high price … this is the most censored topic in America.”
The film draws on geotracking data from cell phones and video surveilance to show hundreds of “mules” stuffing ballot boxes in swing states in the run-up to the 2020 election. The ballot-carrying “mules” transported ballots to drop boxes and made a number of visits to undisclosed ‘non-profit’ groups. (D’Souza’s film doesn’t name these groups for legal reasons, he notes).
Election fraud is a subject that voters consider to be important. Even among those who didn’t see “2000 Mules” yet, 57% believe it is an important topic, while only 17% disagree. Nonetheless, the film has been banned from YouTube, except for negative criticism.
But America’s weak election security remains alarming to many voters. Despite the media’s frequent accusations that critics who allege voter fraud occurred in the 2020 election are merely “conspiracy theorists,” there is evidence that a substantive amount of fraud took place. The fact that Big Tech platforms run by left-wing activists won’t allow for an open and honest debate should only make voters more suspicious of what exactly they are trying to hide.
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