‘2000 Mules’ creator challenges Bill Barr to a public debate on election fraud

by Laura Ramirez

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“2000 Mules” filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza pushed back on former Attorney General Bill Barr’s dismissive comments about election fraud that emerged during the Jan. 6 House committee hearings.

In the video clip, Barr stated “the election was not stolen by fraud,” adding that the explosive documentary on election fraud, “2000 Mules,” failed to convince him otherwise before letting out a chuckle.

The former attorney general stated that the geotracking used by election integrity group True the Vote to track the ballot mules is “singularly unimpressive” and that the film failed to “establish widespread illegal harvesting.”

“The level of ignorance displayed by Bill Barr here is truly stunning,” D’Souza wrote about Barr’s attitude. “He doesn’t seem to understand the very concept of geotracking. I’ll address this in detail on my podcast tomorrow.”

D’Souza pushed back against Barr’s claims about geotracking in another tweet, “If geotracking is as useless as #BillBarr says, how come it’s being used to establish the precise location of Jan. 6 protesters?”

“Not merely whether they are inside or outside the building but how many feet inside or outside the door? Can the fat man explain this without laughing?” he added.

“Law enforcement uses this type of data routinely,” True the Vote’s website states. “So, lest anyone say we did anything untoward, let us be very clear, all of this data is regularly bought and sold, about all of us.”

It is safe to say that Barr’s statements do not reflect the opinion of the general public, as most likely U.S. voters indicated to Rassmussen that “2000 Mules” solidified their belief that widespread election fraud tainted the 2020 election.

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