Yesterday, True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips spoke with Charlie Kirk on the Charlie Kirk Show to discuss the upcoming Dinesh D’Souza movie “2000 Mules,” which is based on the incredible work they did to find evidence of massive, widespread voter fraud in the 2020 election.
Engelbrecht explained how the dirty voter rolls, the mass-mail-in-voting campaign, and the outside influence of Mark Zuckerberg’s $400 + million that was used to fund the drop boxes used in primarily Democrat stronghold districts in the 2020 election. Phillips, who has been working with Englebrecht for years, told Kirk about how tips they received led them to look deeper into cities like Philadelphia, Atlanta, Detroit, Wisconsin, and Arizona. “We started to put together this sort of pattern that each of the challenges that everybody seemed to be most up in arms about had some basic pieces that seemed to be the same,” Phillips said. He explained, “You had ballot collectors, people out knocking on doors to collect ballots. A set of collectors, a collection point or a stash house for all the ballots, the bundling of the ballots and then the casting of those ballots by what we were calling mules in the drop boxes.” Phillips told Kirk, “This is a conspiracy. This is organized crime.”
Engelbrecht and Phillips explained how easy it is for third parties to track individuals by using their unique device ID to track them. “To get your devices’ unique device ID, pretend you’re making a phone call and type in *#06#” Englebrecht explained. Phillips explained that 300,000+ apps and 27,000 apps collect your location based on a signal your cell phone emits. The location data is so accurate that the cell phone user can be found within an 18-inch radius of their phone, including the elevation of the user, “so are we on the first floor? Are we on the second floor? Where are we?’ Phillips asked as an example of how precisely a user can be tracked. “We all give permission to these apps to collect these signals,” Phillips explained. “When you sign into the app, and you say, ‘Yeah, I agree,’ you give those signals to everyone. Data brokers will sell signals for cell phones to individuals or groups who pay them for the data.
Once True the Vote paid a whopping $2 million of privately raised funds for the data, they took it to highly sophisticated data centers across America to discover what happened in the 2020 election. It has taken “12 people, 16 hours a day for 15 months to process the data,” Phillips explained. True the Vote has access to several very high-powered computers. “Most of the work is done in Plano, TX, and the rest is done in the high-performance computing center on the campus of Starkville, Tennessee,” Phillips told Charlie Kirk.
The discussion took a chilling turn when the trio began to discuss January 6th and how the intelligence community used the same geo-fencing technology to find and arrest January 6 protesters inside and outside the Capitol building.
“The January 6th event was on a Tuesday. The next day, they had allegedly already identified some of the people, convened a grand jury, and then issued arrest warrants in a matter of 72 hours,” Phillips said. Engelbrecht interrupted, “It’s not possible.”
“So, did they have the fence of the pings ready to go? Is that what you’re saying?” Kirk asked.
“They had the actual devices ready to go,” Phillips said. “That’s our supposition. There’s no other way to have done it,” Englelbrecht added.
Phillips then dropped a bombshell, “We believe they were tracking people all the way back into the latter part of the election, certainly into November and early December.” Kirk asked, “So, people who would be likely to go to that event? Is that correct?” Phillips responded, “Yes.” Engelbrecht elaborated, “And people meeting that profile. And they [US intelligence] were tuned up and ready.”
But then, probably the night before, they’d be able to say, ‘Hey, 200,000 of our profiles are in town.’ Right? So they’d be like, ‘They’re around. We weren’t wrong.'”
Watch the incredible video here:
The Gateway Pundit and 100 Percent Fed Up will be reporting in more detail on the theft of the 2020 election using mail-in-voting, drop boxes, and other shocking ways in the coming weeks and months.
Here’s the trailer of the movie that will be released in the first week of May:
Early this morning, Dinesh D’Souza clarified that the title of his movie underestimates the number of mules whom they have identified that were part of the crime syndicate…Buckle up America…the road is about to get very bumpy.
The title of my movie understates the case because there are a lot more than 2,000 mules. A lot more! Get ready for premiere week May 2-8. pic.twitter.com/ZODvYBKplD
— Dinesh D'Souza (@DineshDSouza) April 11, 2022
2000 Mules movie release information:
THEATER SPECIAL EVENTS: On two days, Monday, May 2 and Wednesday, May 4, we are renting 250 theaters around the country which will show the movie at the 7 pm showing. You will be able to purchase tickets for these showings from a link that will be posted on the 2000Mules website. This is a LIMITED theatrical release so there will be certain places that aren’t showing the movie in theaters.
VIRTUAL PREMIERE: On Friday, May 6 we are having a virtual premiere. This is a very exciting way for you to buy tickets and log into a live event out of a studio in Las Vegas. This virtual premiere will include exclusive content with President Trump, the screening of the movie, and a live Q & A with me and leading figures in the movie. Additionally, for a higher price, around 300 VIPs will be able to attend this event in person. (Your weekend in Vegas including the live premiere—it might be time to make some plans!)
DIGITAL DOWNLOADS: On Saturday, May 7 you will be able to stream the film from two platforms, SalemNow.com and Rumble/Locals.
Details for all of this will be on the website 2000Mules.com which launches soon.
We’re very excited about this movie. 2000Mules exposes the widespread, coordinated voter fraud in the 2020 election, sufficient to change the overall outcome.
So get ready!
Dinesh D’Souza Director and Producer 2000 Mules