Jeffrey "InTheMatrixxx" Pedersen and Shannon "ShadyGrooove" Townsend reminded the public of the film's theater release on May 20 during the May 18 episode of "Matrixxx Grooove: Jeff and Shady" on Brighteon.TV.
The "2000 Mules" features highly experienced election analysts who use both data and video to prove beyond any reasonable doubt that Democrats conspired to pull off the greatest election theft in the history of the United States. And worse, this could happen again and again until the elections become completely meaningless. The film showed how people or mules carried fake ballots to the drop boxes, which put them in the system and got them counted.
"There's no debunking happening because you can't debunk evidence," Pedersen said.
During the show, Pedersen played a clip of the documentary showing mules picking up ballots and running them to multiple drop boxes. Some of the mules are wearing gloves.
"Dropped it. Let's get rid of the gloves afterwards. Why do you wear gloves? Fingerprints anyone? This is a felony," Pedersen commented while watching the clip.
Townsend agreed: The government has not presented this video. "They are just making claims in the media so that they can weaponize their side against us. The media is just generating left-leaning talking points 24/7. And so you know, that debunk is nowhere to be found," he said. (Related: Fact checking the fact checkers: Debunking AP’s '2000 Mules' hit piece.)
"This is a well-done documentary. And it is well-documented. And it does change the results of the election in favor of Donald J. Trump."
Uncover DC investigative journalist Wendi Strauch Mahoney reinforced the claim of the film "2000 Mules" that the 2020 election was stolen from Trump.
According to Mahoney, ballot trafficking was rampant in five states namely Arizona, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Georgia – particularly in the cities of Atlanta and Philadelphia.
"Ballot trafficking is a criminal enterprise and it has been for a long time. The mules were not aware that they were doing an illegal activity and thought that they were just doing their job, " she said.
Mahoney said in the May 12 episode of "Keep The Republic" with Dr. Daniel Bobinski on Brighteon.TV that hiring numerous ballot traffickers or mules to drop in five to 20 ballots can help you steal the election. She noted that in one day, the mules would visit many non-government offices and various drop boxes.
She also slammed Associated Press (AP) for trying to disprove the documentary's claims.
AP said it failed to prove that "at least 2,000 mules" were paid to illegally collect ballots and deliver them to drop boxes in key swing states ahead of the 2020 presidential election, mainly because the findings are "based on false assumptions about the precision of cellphone tracking data and the reasons that someone might drop off multiple ballots, according to experts."
"I have a lot of the data because of the interviews that I've done [with Catherine Engelbrecht], and I’ve written so many stories on it. I'm very familiar with a lot of it. I have video myself. I have some of their documents that have not been released," Mahoney said. Engelbrecht is the founder of True the Vote, which trains volunteers to monitor elections and report incidents of voter fraud.
Polling company Rasmussen Reports also disagreed with the AP report. "Using state-of-the art technology, the film convincingly makes the case that the 2020 presidential election was perhaps the most unsecure election ever and was stolen from former President Donald Trump," the company tweeted.
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