‘2000 Mules’ maintains 100% audience rating months after release

by Summer Lane

Dinesh D’Souza’s documentary detailing evidence of a nationwide ballot trafficking conspiracy, “2000 Mules,” has maintained its popularity with audiences across the country. In a new statement shared on Twitter, D’Souza noted that the film had an audience rating on Rotten Tomatoes of 100 percent.

“Have you watched ‘2000 Mules’ yet?” he wrote. “Go to 2000Mules.com and stream it or order your DVD. It’s definitive proof that convinces even independents and democrats who see the documentary.”

“2000 Mules” premiered in select U.S. theaters in May to eager audiences, and later rocketed to number one in the Amazon store. The DVD was also a bestseller at Walmart.

The film has spurred several resolutions and movements across the country to eliminate ballot drop boxes from America’s elections. Several Republican members of Congress recently demanded that the House Committee on Oversight and Reform hold hearings on the evidence presented in “2000 Mules.” The demand was written in a letter spearheaded partially by Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz.

However, the legacy media has remained largely silent on the hit film, despite its popularity among Americans, successful theater run, and monumental DVD sales.

D’Souza has also ripped Fox News for refusing to air the documentary. “Can you imagine the political earthquake if Fox bought the TV ratings to ‘2000 Mules’ and aired it in prime time?” he commented in June. “The ratings would be insane! The fact they wouldn’t even consider it tells you the problem runs very deep – and very high up – at Fox[.]”

The unprecedented success of “2000 Mules” has led many Americans to question the integrity of the election system in the United States.

In fact, a new report from Rasmussen found that 83 percent of likely U.S. voters today are concerned about election integrity heading into the 2022 midterms, while 75 percent are worried about potential cheating in the election.

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