Earlier today, on Fox News Sunday, host Sandra Smith interviewed Mo Brooks, one of two Republican run-off candidates running for Senate in the Alabama primary election.
In an interview so horrible that most Americans would expect to see it on CNN, Fox News host Sandra Smith attempted to paint Brooks and 150 Republican members of Congress as conspiracy theorists for believing the 2020 election was stolen.
Smith’s first attempt to discredit Brooks happened when she told him the courts couldn’t find any evidence of widespread fraud, to which Brooks replied, “Time out! Don’t go into that! The courts are not the federal arbiter of who wins federal elections—Congress is! That is required by the United State Constitution!” The heated exchange continued between Brooks and the Fox News host, but when Brooks cited the 2000 Mules movie as evidence of widespread fraud and Smith attempted to discredit the well-researched and factual documentary, Brooks became especially irate.
The snarky Smith responded to Brooks’s assertion that the movie proves widespread fraud with mail-in-ballots, “That has been looked at and fact-checked by multiple outlets, including Reuters, who have debunked that as any sort of proof that there was widespread voter fraud.” Brooks shot back, “I’m sorry, Sandra, but other people have fact-checked it and find you’re absolutely wrong, Sandra! But keep going with that story.”
True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips are the brilliant investigators behind the 2000 Mules movie.
Phillips delivered a brutal response to the Fox News host’s interview on Truth Social.
“I understand one of your morons [Sandra Smith] said #2000mules has been debunked, and you cited Reuters as your source.” Phillips wrote.
In addition to their “moron” host, Sandra Smith, Phillips blasted the Fox News network for staying “silent while  Mules went viral and educated Americans that the election was indeed stolen.” He continued, “It is an entirely different matter that you have chosen to lie to the world,” adding, “I challenge Sandra Smith to go head to head with any one of us.”
Phillips concluded his message to Fox News with “Game on boys and girls.”
Phillips has been dropping hints about something even more significant than 2000 Mules that he and Catherine are about to expose.