Roger Simon – D’Souza’s ‘2000 Mules’ is an Absolute Must-See

Roger Simon – D’Souza’s ‘2000 Mules’ is an Absolute Must-See

We’ve been wondering how best to join the chorus of endorsements of Dinesh D’Souza’s  “2000 Mules“.  But Roger Simon beat us to it with the post below.

From Mr. Simon:

…midway through Dinesh D’Souza’s new documentary “2000 Mules”—made in close collaboration with Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips of True the Vote—to my surprise, I found myself tearing up.

Corny as it may sound, I was crying… for the United States of America.

America is at the point of reckoning.  The 2020 election was brazenly stolen from the American people…and with it, the constitutional Republic itself–and its foundational, organizing idea of individual freedom and responsibility under God–was put on life support.

Can 2000 Mules trigger the rescue that’s needed?

Hope and pray that it does.  Go see it.  Face the truth.  Talk about it with friends and family.

And determine if you have it within you to take your stand:  that this stolen election shall not stand.


D’Souza’s ‘2000 Mules’ Is an Absolute Must-See


Maybe because I worked in film for years and have some idea how the sausage is made or maybe it’s an outgrowth of my personality, but I rarely cry in the movies.

Nevertheless, midway through Dinesh D’Souza’s new documentary “2000 Mules”—made in close collaboration with Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips of True the Vote—to my surprise, I found myself tearing up.

Corny as it may sound, I was crying… for the United States of America.

The movie documents with explicit evidence how our democratic republic is being destroyed—may already has been destroyed—through the utter sabotage of our electoral system through a mindbogglingly large network of “mules.”

These “mules” are vote harvesters paid to drop extraordinary numbers of ballots—the movie scrupulously undercounts this for the most part, but you get the idea—in boxes in all the swing states, plus one can only guess how many other states as well.

This was done for the most part between 1 a.m. and 5 a.m.—when most of us vote, no? And, yes, there are videos. Tons of them.

There is also geo-tracking.

I will have more to say about all that, while observing the reviewer’s rule of not completely ruining the story. But first allow me to say: absolutely see this movie! Equally, if not more, importantly, try to get your liberal and progressive friends and family to see it. I know this will be difficult, that they will resist at all costs or reject as disinformation what is in front of their eyes, but changing even one mind is worth the effort, possibly even heroic.

For many Epoch Times readers, the first few minutes of this film will seem familiar, although a necessary preamble.  The media coverage of the 2020 election is rehearsed, all the way to the events of Jan. 6 that D’Souza calls at a later point, quite accurately and originally I think, a “primal scream,” not an “insurrection.”

This is followed by a bull session of conservative heavyweights (Larry Elder, Dennis Prager, Sebastian Gorka, Eric Metaxas, Charlie Kirk, and D’Souza). They are discussing whether that 2020 election was sufficiently corrupted to have changed the result and consequently whether former President Donald Trump should have moved on, as suggested by certain conservative pundits and politicians and by his own former attorney general. (Wouldn’t it be fascinating to watch this movie with him?)

While interesting to see where each one stood on the question, if you didn’t already know—Prager was the agnostic of the group at that point—you might be ready, as I was, to move on.

Patience, grasshopper.

Cut and you are in the studio of Catherine Engelbrecht with Gregg Phillips and the movie takes off like the proverbial rocket ship. Indeed, it becomes deeply compelling, so compelling, in fact, that I, watching on a reviewer’s download, would stop the film frequently to take notes before starting again.

Engelbrecht has been about reforming our failing electoral system since 2010, notable since that is considerably BT (Before Trump) so this didn’t all begin just to counter the countering of Trump. But she, as they say, took it up a notch when she began working with the technologically-minded Phillips.

In macro, what Engelbrecht and Phillips have done is to turn on its head what concerns many American citizens—not just conservatives but those who believe in civil liberties in general—that our government and Big Tech, separately and together, have been spying on our activities and whereabouts for years. We already live a life close to the beleaguered Chinese citizens tracked via their “social credit” system.

This is done in our case largely through our ubiquitous cellphones that, if the right apps are on board, and often we don’t know which is which, are able to track us even when the phone is turned off.

I knew that, but what I didn’t know—and learned almost with a gasp from the film (maybe I was naïve)—was that this tracking information has been gleaned by many local private companies and could be bought for a price.

True the Vote did that and used the geo-tracking to follow many “mules” in their nighttime travels from dropbox to dropbox. These peregrinations were matched with large numbers of videos of the ballot stuffing—staggering numbers, actually—that are available from several of the states, notably Georgia. Others seem to have “lost” them (Arizona).

You get to watch many of these videos in the film. I predict your mouth will be open, as was mine.

“2000 Mules” offers several mathematical formulations—depending on number of drop boxes, number of “mules,” how many ballots per “mule” and so forth—for how this stuffing of the drop boxes affected the overall election, none of them good for Team Biden.

In case you’re interested, the “mules,” according to a whistleblower, got $10 per vote, more during the Georgia Senate runoff.

More importantly, who are these drivers, who are the “mules” who are doing all this? Well, they vary, but while Engelbrecht and Phillips were exploring proofs for the accuracy of their system, including replicating a known crime via their geo-tracking, something interesting came up.

Guess whose activities and movements amazingly matched that of the “mules” in several instances via that same geo-tracking?

Ever heard of “Antifa”?

Aren’t we glad Dinesh D’Souza is making movies?

Okay, go see this film and help it “move the needle.” To do so, go to It starts today, May 2, 2022. As of May 7, it will also be available for digital download on Rumble-owned platform Locals and Salem Media platform SalemNow. None of these are cancelable.