(Republican Insider) – While the mainstream media, Big Tech, and liberals — both activists and news personalities — have pushed disinformation and censorship campaigns as a means of preventing folks from hearing the bombshell revelations in the documentary film, “2000 Mules,” they have been utterly failing.
As of now, the film, created by conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza, has been seen by 20 million people. The movie focuses on what has come to be known as the Big Steal of 2020, and it has been more or less blacklisted, though it is without a doubt the most important film about this critical issue facing our country.
How is it that something like blatant censorship can happen in a nation where freedom of speech and press are both protected by the Constitution? For many years now, these two foundational building blocks of a free society have been guarded, protected, and highly respected by the people who live here.
That no longer seems to be the case. If freedom of speech and press are not preserved, it means the death of America. The death of a lifestyle that we hold so dear, but often take for granted.
According to a report from WND, yet another official in Arizona is being charged with using a “ballot harvesting” scheme during the 2020 presidential election, which was featured in the “2000 Mules,” film.
“Guillermina Fuentes, 66, a former mayor of San Luis, Arizona, and a member of the Gadsden Elementary school board, was scheduled to appear before a court to enter her plea on charges of ballot abuse, conspiracy and forgery. Her co-defendant has already pleaded guilty to a reduced charge and awaits sentencing,” the report said.
“The Associated Press, once one of the great news agencies in the world, deliberately botched the story, referring to True the Vote founder and hero Catherine Engelbrecht and data analyst and election intelligence expert Gregg Phillips using cellphone location data and surveillance video as ‘election conspiracy theorists,’ without naming them. Engelbrecht and Phillips’ work was the basis for the evidence presented in “2000 Mules,'” the report continued.
The state of Arizona has made “ballot harvesting” an illegal activity thanks to a law passed in 2016. If someone is caught participating in ballot harvesting, they will be charged with a felony, which is punishable by up to two years in prison, along with a $150,000 fine.
The charges that Fuentes currently faces come from the investigation of a hidden-camera by Arizona state Senate candidate Gary Snyder and San Luis activist David Lara, whose work was featured in “2000 Mules.”
Engelbrecht told WND in the video interview he conducted with the outlet, True the Vote discovered a highly organized and coordinated operation, which was stretched across battleground states that was executed by left-wing groups that went out, collected mail-in ballots and paid “mules” to stuff them in drop boxes that were not attended, usually doing so in the middle of the night.
Both Engelbrecht and Phillips presented evidence from the investigation to Arizona state legislators and even held a meeting with Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich last Tuesday.
The wire service then went on to quote Yuma GOP state Rep. Tim Dunn, who said, “It’s all about corruption in San Luis and skewing a city council election. This has been going on for a long time, that you can’t have free and fair elections in south county, for decades. And it’s spreading across the country.”
“The Gateway Pundit previously reported that in connection with the Yuma County probe, police served warrants and searched the home of an employee at a San Luis non-profit called Comité De Bien Estar, Gloria Torres,” the report continued.
“The Arizona Republic also reported the police search and noted the non-profit’s executive director is chairman of the Yuma County Board of Supervisors. The warrant, the paper said, sought the cellphone of a San Luis councilwoman who may have been involved in illegal ballot collection,” WND added.
The Associated Press, doing its job to help push propaganda on the people of the United States, went on to “report” that “Republicans have rallied around the possibility of widespread voting fraud in the 2020 election where former President Donald Trump was defeated.”
The news outlet also “pointed to the charges against Fuentes as part of a broader pattern in battleground states.”
“There is no sign of that in the investigation records, though,” the AP reported.
The records, which were obtained by the AP through a public records request, “show that fewer than a dozen ballots could be linked to Fuentes, not enough to make a difference in all but the tightest local races.”
“But the True the Vote investigation of ballot trafficking spans the key battleground states in the 2020 election, and the organization claims that by their conservative estimate, there were enough fraudulently cast ballots in the alleged scheme to have affected the outcome of the 2020 presidential election,” the WND report noted.
This is the sort of “news” that can be verified. It’s real, actual news, and as such, is something that media needs to take seriously and report on responsibly instead of it just being a small snippet on a local news story that is difficult to understand.
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The brand of journalism that was done by Dinesh D’Souza for the “2000 Mules” movie is a prime example of the kind of investigative journalism we on the right need to be desperately involved with, especially right now.
We cannot depend on the media to tell us the truth and inform us what actions we must take. Now more than ever, we need to live by the words, “trust but verify.”
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