Fox Finally Mentions “2000 Mules” Investigation Film

( According to a popular Conservative news site, the FOX News cable network has joined the leftist media in boycotting any mention of the documentary “2000 Mules.” The film explains Democrats’ national ballot-trafficking plot to steal the 2020 presidential election.

Tucker Carlson, to his credit, was the only show host willing to discuss the film. He invited Catherine Engelbrecht of True the Vote and the documentary’s election fraud investigator on his top-rated show the day following the film’s Mar-a-Lago debut.

However, election integrity investigator Gregg Phillips, who played a key role in the film, informed the crowd at the “2000 Mules” virtual debut that FOX’s attorneys were keeping the video off the air. According to the news reports, Dinesh D’Souza, the film’s producer, later stated that Catherine Engelbrecht would not be allowed to discuss the title of her film during her appearance with Tucker Carlson on FOX News.

The FOX cable news channel may have avoided the “2000 Mules” documentary, but local news in Green Bay, Wisconsin, did not. The local news channel had a segment on the movie, and a reporter wrote an article about the movie playing in a local De Pere theater.
According to the video, activist organizations bribed at least 2,000 people known as mules to unlawfully return absentee votes to drop boxes in battleground states like Wisconsin. The video alleges that each mule made an average of 38 dropbox trips in the weeks running up to the election, putting in an average of 5 ballots every visit, based on cellphone data. In Wisconsin, 100 mules were discovered visiting 28 drop boxes on average, the local news reported.

True the Vote, a Texas-based non-profit group, conducted the research and testified before Wisconsin’s Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections in March.
True the Vote’s geo-tracking data testimony was heard by committee chairman State Rep. Janel Brandtjen, R-Menomonee Falls, and state Rep. Mark Spreitzer, D-Beloit.

Local media reporting shows Spreitzer claiming True the Vote didn’t provide any evidence to support their theory that illegal ballots were cast. He then admitted he did not see the film.

Around 150 people packed the De Pere Cinema for the first public showing of 2000 Mules. One man, a resident from Green Bay, told local FOX news that he was concerned about the 2020 election. He said he was excited to learn that Dinesh D’Souza made the documentary because he was curious to know how the Democrats pulled it off.

Why wasn’t Democrat state Rep. Mark Spreitzer curious?