Trump Encourages Audience at 2000 Mules Premiere To ‘Do Something’ About Voter Fraud
WEST PALM BEACH, Florida — Former President Donald Trump hosted about a thousand attendees at his luxurious oceanside Palm Beach resort Mar-a-Lago here on Wednesday for the red carpet premiere of the new documentary-style film 2000 Mules.
The film, produced by conservative documentarian Dinesh D’Souza, includes information about an investigation by election integrity group True The Vote and features its founder Catherine Engelbrecht and its election intelligence analyst Gregg Phillips.
Specifically, the film discusses how True The Vote used GPS surveillance geolocation data emitted by cellphones to help identify phones in key battleground states that made numerous trips to multiple election drop boxes and, in Georgia, to non-profits which the film does not identify.
The film also presents video evidence of persons placing multiple ballots into drop boxes – which is illegal in some states, including Georgia, unless those ballots are for family members.
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