A group of 17 Republican lawmakers in Michigan are calling on Michigan’s partisan Attorney Genera Dana Nessel to investigate highly credible evidence of voter fraud from Dinesh D’Souza’s 2000 Mules movie in Michigan.
The 2000 Mules movie is based on geolocation data collected in six key swing states by Gregg Phillips and True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht showing ballot traffickers traveling between at least 10 drop boxes with visits to multiple non-profits, all of which, according to lead investigator Gregg Phillips, “lean far left,”
In Michigan, True the Vote focused only on Detroit after a stunning map showing early voting sparked their interest.
The team of investigators was able to identify at least 500 mules involved in the Michigan ballot trafficking scheme.
Jim Hoft of the Gateway Pundit and Patty McMurray of 100 Percent Fed Up interviewed Gregg Phillips and True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht in advance of the release of the 2000 Mules movie. During the interview, we showed several clips of potential voter fraud on Detroit drop box footage obtained by Gateway Pundit and reviewed by MC4EI.
Here’s a copy of the letter:
Dear Attorney General Dana Nessel,
We write to you today urging you to investigate, and bring charges if credible evidence is found; the Secretary of
State of Michigan, members of her office, and any organizations or individuals for crimes related to fraud
committed in the 2020 election and crimes brought to light in the documentary 2000 Mules.
There are various instances of suspicious activity by the Secretary of State and her office that have yet to be
investigated by your office, including the following:
• Violation of MCL 168.759(3): The Secretary of State used 4.5 million dollars of CARES funds to
recklessly mail absentee ballot applications to all registered voters not on the permanent absentee voter
• Violation of Administrative Procedures Act: The Secretary of State’s directive issued to Michigan clerks
in October 2020 to presume the accuracy of absentee ballot signatures was in contrast to state law as ruled
by State Court of Claims Judge Christopher Murray.
• The reported lack of response to Freedom of Information Act requests made by the Secretary of State by
voters and groups like the Michigan Grassroots Alliance related to the voter rolls, Canton Township’s
voters, and City of Detroit ballots.
With the recent release of the documentary 2000 Mules, there is additional evidence of individuals (referred to as
mules) who repeatedly would visit ballot dropboxes and deposit multiple ballots, allegedly for payment, in states
with controversial elections in 2020, such as Georgia and Pennsylvania. One such instance included a “mule” in
Atlanta visiting ballot dropboxes 28 times. Michigan was named as a state that had such mules influence the 2020
Additionally, we request you look into the role that non-profit organizations, run by individuals such as Mark
Zuckerberg, played in the 2020 election. The receipt of nonprofit grant money by local clerks, and not the
Secretary of State’s Office, is uncharted territory, especially when the money is used for dropboxes. 7.6 million
dollars was distributed among 19 municipalities from Zuckerberg’s Center for Technology and Civic Life in the
form of 474 grants, the most given to a state in the nation.
As the top legal officer in the State of Michigan, you are tasked with the enforcement of our state’s laws. You
have a statutory obligation to investigate reported violations of the law and we urge you to look into the new
evidence brought forth in 2000 Mules and to review the security of our elections.
We eagerly await your response and forthcoming investigation on this pressing issue and anticipate warranted
prosecution given this pattern of controversial behavior.
The letter is signed “Respectfully” by 17 Republican lawmakers. Of the 17 lawmakers, only 9 have been vocal about investigating a legitimate allegation of voter fraud in Michigan. The other 8 lawmakers are facing challengers in the upcoming August primary election.
Here’s a copy of the signature page signed by 17 Republican lawmakers:
Republican MI State Representatives Steve Carra, Bob Bezotte, Brad Paquette, Michele Hoitenga, Terence Mekoski, Julie Alexander, John Reilly, and Matt Maddock are the only lawmakers of the 17 who have taken voter fraud seriously. Until now (four months before the MI primary election), their calls to fellow lawmakers asking them to join them in taking action and to help force an investigation into the results of the 2020 election have fallen on deaf ears.
The outspoken MI State Rep. Matt Maddock was recently punished by Republican Speaker Wentworth and Speaker wanna-be Matt Hall over his election integrity activism and his efforts to help elect future House members who take the issue of voter fraud seriously. In what can only be described as petty politics, the House leaders stripped Maddock of the ability to attend debates and discuss upcoming bills and removed his name from the House website. The goal, of course, is to delegitimize Maddock, the most popular grassroots conservative lawmaker in Michigan and the person Trump endorsed to become the next MI Speaker of the House.
Former House Oversight Committee Chair and wanna-be Speaker of the House Matt Hall is the #1 top fraud on the list of lawmakers calling on Nessel to investigate the evidence from the “2000 Mules” movie.
After listening to the testimony of multiple witnesses of voter fraud, Hall dismissed every one of them. The cowardly lawmaker let MI Senate Oversight Chair Ed McBroom (R) take the arrows for his laughable final report on voter fraud in Michigan that was used to support Democrat claims that 2020 was the most secure election in history. Hall, who heard credible examples of voter fraud, never stepped forward to call for a forensic audit of the election.
Hall, who is suddenly taking a seemingly serious interest in election fraud, is facing a pro-election integrity opponent in the upcoming August primary election. On Monday, the former MI State Senator and election integrity leader, and author of the “2020 Coup,” Patrick Colbeck, will be speaking on behalf of Dr. Gary Mitchell at a showing of 2000 Mules. Colbeck has endorsed Mitchell in his primary race against current Matt Hall.
When it comes to addressing credible claims of election fraud in Michigan, Rep. Steve Johnson (R), who became the House Oversight Chair after the November election and is also a member of the Election and Ethics Committee, is one of the most powerful members of the state legislature. Johnson let down Republicans when he dropped the ball on voter fraud investigations.
During an exclusive interview with 100 Percent Fed Up in June 2021, Rep. Johnson mocked the forensic audit in Arizona. Johnson laughed, telling me, “It’s a joke—it’s a wasted effort—it’s been a disaster.” I was admittedly taken back by his arrogance and asked him to explain, “It’s taken way longer than they said it would take, and it’s over budget.” I asked Rep. Johnson if he’s aware that, in large part, the AZ audit was stalled because Democrats were stonewalling the process and trying to prevent the audit from taking place? Johnson dismissed my explanation, saying, “They need proof of fraud,” explaining that he’s “not going down that road” of an election audit in Michigan, telling me that MI Sec. of State Benson has already conducted a couple of audits and a hand recount.
Freshman Rep. Ken Borton, who represents a solidly red district, attended a voter fraud event in Antrim Co., MI. Borton approached Mike Lindell in the VIP area and asked for a photo op. When I asked Ken to tell Mike what he was doing to address legitimate voter fraud claims, he quickly walked away.
Borton will face Republican Kim Morley in the upcoming August primary election in four months. Morley, who is a strong challenger to Borton, has openly pledged to “commit to investigate legitimate voter fraud claims and to support the Secretary of State who is accountable for following our current election laws and not mass mailing ballots.” Morley supports “using ID and signature verification to address voter fraud concerns in Michigan.”
Curiously, after two years of inaction on voter fraud issues, Borton’s name has appeared at the bottom of the letter to Nessel.
Now that the letter is out there, let’s see how hard these lawmakers push to make Michigan’s partisan AG act on their request.