How to watch the ‘2000 Mules’ virtual premiere

Dinesh D’Souza’s newest film, “2000 Mules,” premiered this week in theaters, and now, the documentary will be available to watch online through the streaming platform Rumble on Saturday, May 7.

According to Rumble’s official Twitter account, the film will be available at noon on Saturday on D’Souza’s Locals community channel. “When you purchase the video on Locals (and if your emails match),” Rumble’s official account tweeted, “it will also be available on Dinesh’s Rumble account for viewing.” Rumble also promised, “More details coming soon.”

The theater showings for the film were limited, and viewers can also pre-order the film on DVD through the movie’s official website. Additionally, there will be a virtual premiere on May 7 at 8:00 p.m. EDT. Viewers can purchase tickets to attend the virtual premiere for $20 here.

D’Souza is known for making documentary films that are politically charged. The conservative podcast host, author, and filmmaker’s latest production, “2000 Mules,” showcases evidence surrounding the reports of illegal ballot trafficking nationwide during the 2020 presidential election.

President Donald Trump has endorsed the film, stating, “An incredible new film by Dinesh D’Souza exposes the massive and determinative ballot harvesting that took place during the 2020 Election.”

True the Vote, an election integrity group, provided the research for the film, and the 45th president has strongly encouraged his supporters to “go out and study True the Vote and all of the information about illegal ballot harvesting, millions of votes, that’s coming out next week.” He also urged his base to watch the film when it was released.

President Trump planned to show “2000 Mules” at his Save America rally in Greensburg, Pennsylvania.

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