A new film documenting staggering reports of what it looks like to “code the vote” using machines during the 2020 presidential election will release on July 16. The film called “Selection Code” was announced in May by MyPillow CEO and election integrity advocate Mike Lindell.
“It’s over for them,” Lindell said during an interview with RSBN’s Liz Willis. “ES&S, Dominion, Smartmatic… it’s over.”
“Selection Code” follows “investigative journalist Lara Logan on her most important assignment to date,” the film’s description states. The film’s website also poses a startling question: “Was 2020 stolen? It’s deeper than that.”
The official website for “Selection Code” states:
“Lara Logan has been on the front lines of history’s deadliest conflicts. Yet no assignment to date has put her career and life in more danger than this one. Her investigation goes to the heart of the current Information War, revealing yet another facet in the ever-unfolding saga of election fraud, demonstrating the role of the machines in stealing our vote.
The documentary follows the story of Tina Peters the County Clerk in Mesa Colorado, who made a backup of her counties Dominion Voting System server, only to stumble across evidence of manipulation in a recent local city council election…. and also the 2020 general election. Tina’s discovery ignites a chain reaction upending her life. And upending the world.”
The documentary comes several weeks after the premiere of Dinesh D’Souza’s latest film, “2000 Mules,” which has shot to success over the past month, earning stellar reviews from audiences across the nation. The movie even earned the endorsement of President Trump, who held a glitzy premiere for the film at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida in May.
Those interested in viewing the film can sign up to receive a free digital copy on the website following the official premiere.