2000 Mules: Why I Changed My Mind About the 2020 Election | Dinesh D’Souza | POLITICS | Rubin Report

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Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” talks to Dinesh D’Souza, director of the controversial new documentary “2000 Mules”. Dinesh describes his initial thoughts about the 2020 election and why True the Vote’s geotracked cell phone data and security camera footage of ballot dropboxes changed his mind. He also explains how Dennis Prager, Larry Elder, Eric Metaxas, Charlie Kirk, and Sebastian Gorka helped bring additional skepticism to some of the claims made in the film. Dinesh explains in detail the election irregularities that appear to be revealed by the data from True the Vote. He discusses how the cell phone data of “mules” enabled them to link them to security footage of people possibly participating in ballot harvesting and how they may have manipulated ballot drop boxes. Dinesh also gives other possible explanations for what is witnessed on the security camera footage and responds to criticism of the film’s claims.

Watch Dave Rubin’s PREVIOUS interview with DINESH D'SOUZA here:

0:00 Intro
2:36 Why Dinesh D’Souza Decided To Make 2000 Mules
4:43 How Dinesh D’Souza Decreased Political Bias When Creating 2000 Mules
7:25 Investigation Methods In 2000 Mules
11:10 Who Employed The Ballot Mules?
15:46 Addressing Criticisms Of The Movie
19:13 Where Do The Ballot Mule Employers Receive Their Money?
22:19 How Dinesh D’Souza Distributed 2000 Mules
28:08 How To Prevent Voter Fraud From Happening
29:44 Will We Ever Accept Election Results?
32:01 The Left’s Impressive Evil
34:14 Can Trump Use 2000 Mules To Win The 2024 Election?
35:42 Is The System Rigged?
38:05 What Should Happen In The Midterms To Combat Fraud

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Filmaker, 2000 Mules
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