D’Souza on Wisconsin drop box ruling: ‘Dominoes are starting to fall!’

by Laura Ramirez

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“2000 Mules” filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza commented on the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s recent ruling outlawing mail-in ballot dropboxes, “Dominoes are starting to fall!”

“The Wisconsin Supreme Court just outlawed mail-in ballot dropboxes in future elections. The Court said they were also illegal in 2020. Evidently they no longer agree that 2020 was ‘the most secure election in history.’ Dominoes are starting to fall! #2000Mules,” D’Souza tweeted.

Election integrity activists celebrated the news after the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Friday that absentee drop boxes are illegal, as previously reported.

In the majority opinion, the court stated that Wisconsin’s current election statutes instruct absentee ballots to be delivered in person or personally to the clerk or the clerk’s authorized representative.

“Electoral outcomes obtained by unlawful procedures corrupt the institution of voting, degrading the very foundation of free government. Unlawful votes do not dilute lawful votes so much as they pollute them, which in turn pollutes the integrity of the results,” the court added.

President Donald Trump also praised the decision with a celebratory post on Truth Social.

“This means I won the very closely contested (not actually!) Wisconsin Presidential race because they used these corrupt and scandal-ridden Scam Boxes,” Trump wrote.

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