Former President Donald Trump revealed a trailer of the forthcoming explosive documentary titled 2000 Mules, according to Breitbart News.
The outlet indicated that the documentary will reveal evidence of a wide-scale ballot trafficking network of ballot harvesters across several key swing states, as the former president has insisted happened during the election.
The trailer was played at a rally where the president was campaigning with J.D. Vance — the candidate he endorsed for U.S. Senate in this year’s Ohio GOP Senate primary.
“The documentary, the product of a years-long investigation by election integrity group True The Vote and produced by conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza, has been long-awaited and is chock full of surveillance footage showing specific instances of people taking multiple ballots to drop boxes and making trips to several boxes around their states,” Breitbart reported.
“The investigation has been anticipated since Breitbart News first revealed it last summer, and Trump has been hyping it for some time now in statements and commentary.
The trailer shows a panel of Salem Radio Network hosts talking about the 2020 election, not all of whom agreed. The company worked with D’Souza and True The Vote on the film, and the panel.
Included in the panel were Turning Point USA’s Charlie Kirk, and radio hosts Dennis Prager, Larry Elder, Eric Metaxas, and Dr. Sebastian Gorka, all of whom were seen in the clip discussing how they saw the evidence and were not sure about what happened in the 2020 election.
The film then cuts to True The Vote’s Catherine Engelbrecht who tells D’Souza, “We have been working on something big. I’ve been working with Gregg Phillips,” Engelbrecht says. “He has a deep background in election intelligence.”
Engelbrecht and Phillips can then be seen breaking down the data that was collected, “True The Vote has the largest store of election intelligence for the 2020 elections in the world,” Phillips says. “No one has more data than we do.”
Graphics on the screen tell viewers that True The Vote used cell phone GPS geo-tracking data across the battleground states: “We identified in Atlanta 242 mules that went to an average of 24 drop boxes,” Phillips says. “In Philadelphia alone, we’ve identified more than 1,100 mules.”
When D’Souza asked Engelbrecht to define a “mule,” she described them as a “person picking up ballots and running them to the drop boxes,” to which Phillips replied, “This is not grandma out walking her dog. Bad backgrounds, bad reputations. They are interested in one thing: That’s money.”
“In no shape, in no way, in no time is that legal,” Engelbrecht adds, causing Phillips to reply, saying it is “organized crime.”