‘2000 Mules’ is now available at a major retailer

by Samantha Flom

“2000 Mules,” Dinesh D’Souza’s explosive new documentary that has been making headlines for the past month, is now available for purchase at Walmart.

D’Souza took to Twitter Sunday to share the news along with a link to the DVD on the major retailer’s website.

Also available through Amazon, SalemNOW, and Locals, the film exposes the rampant ballot trafficking that allegedly took place during the 2020 election and has received much praise from audiences around the country since its May 2 release.

As a result, it has also breathed new life into election fraud investigations around the country, including in swing state Arizona, where Republican lawmakers met last week to review the evidence outlined in the documentary by election integrity group True the Vote.

Moreover, recent polling suggests that it is not only Republicans who are concerned with what “2000 Mules” has revealed. According to a Rasmussen Reports survey, 77 percent of likely U.S. voters indicated that the documentary increased their suspicions that widespread election fraud occurred in 2020.

On Monday, D’Souza addressed the survey results on his podcast, noting that 73 percent of Democrats and 74 percent of Independents who had seen the film said they would recommend it to others.

“The film has tremendous crossover appeal,” the filmmaker said. “And so, think about the significance of this for the upcoming November election.”

Suggesting that the film could be used as a “political weapon” in the lead-up to Election Day, D’Souza said, “I’m really thinking about teaming up with some others to raise some money and possibly drop DVDs of ‘2000 Mules’ into the mailboxes of Independent voters.”

D’Souza added that although the left continues to discredit the movie in what he believes is an attempt to deter voters from learning the truth, their attacks do not seem to be working.

“The mules continue, in a sense, to charge forward and help to draw the attention and open the eyes of the American people,” he said.

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