Conservative author, podcast host and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza ripped Fox News on Wednesday for refusing to air “2000 Mules,” his documentary on election fraud.
“Can you imagine the political earthquake if Fox bought the TV rights to ‘2000 Mules’ and aired it in prime time?” he commented on Twitter. “Their ratings would be insane!”
In May, “2000 Mules” was released in theaters and online and has since garnered national success and stellar reviews. The documentary showcases evidence of a nationwide ballot trafficking conspiracy during the 2020 presidential election.
“The fact that they [Fox] won’t even consider it [running the movie] tells you the problem runs very deep – and very high up – at Fox,” D’Souza continued.
D’Souza has been vocal about his distaste for Fox’s reported decision to bar “2000 Mules” from their network. “I’m trying to explain the anomaly of Fox News’ channel[‘s] entire network prohibiting a mention of ‘2000 Mules,’” D’Souza remarked on a recent episode of his show, the “Dinesh D’Souza Podcast.”
“And, I’ve rejected the legal theory,” he continued, “as providing a kind of adequate explanation – and here’s a second theory. And that is that Fox has been courting big name and kind of mainstream advertisers. Fox wants to have ads from Rolex and Lexus and Chanelle, and Fox believes it can’t be seen as ‘too fringe’ or dealing with issues that are too radioactive.”
“2000 Mules” has opened the eyes of many viewers to shocking evidence presented by the election integrity organization True the Vote. Texas Republicans were so struck by the evidence presented in the film that they voted to pass a resolution denying the legitimacy of Joe Biden’s presidency on Saturday.
“We reject the certified results of the 2020 Presidential election,” their resolution stated.
“2000 Mules” is no longer in theaters, but viewers can still purchase the film on Amazon and Walmart, and a digital version of the film can be viewed with a Locals account or on SalemNow, as previously reported by RSBN.