2000 Mules and Wikipedia I have, by way of an experiment, just googled “2000 mules”. Unsurprisingly, the first hit I got was the Wikipedia entry, which begins: “2000 Mules is a 2022 American political film by Dinesh D’Souza that falsely alleges Democratically-aligned individuals, or “mules,” were paid by unnamed nonprofit organizations to illegally collect and […] 2000 Mules and Wikipedia — JRB Publications
My blogging-buddy John closes his very brief commentary with a teaser, emphasis mine:
‘…Wikipedia has the ability of empowering the masses (and has done so successfully) by making freely available knowledge on a mega number of different subjects. The shame is it often lies, but it also adds to the fun, and opens up subjects for the serious researcher to dig deeper and thus get to the truth. “2000 mules” is a case in hand; if the claims of the film are true (as I believe is the case), the implications are monumental.
Much as I greatly admire and have blogged on this exceptional investigation, I have just one itsy-witsy wee proviso – and I’m not competent to comment on legal matters so do correct me if I’m mistaken – BUT the recordings and geo-tracking are circumstantial evidence not hard iron-clad proof, which is the actual voting documentation posted in many suspicious circumstance has itself yet to be found and forensically examined.