President Donald J. Trump ripped the fake news media Saturday night for claiming that the evidence of 2020 election fraud presented in the documentary “2000 Mules” had been disproven.
Speaking at a Save America rally in Mendon, Illinois, Trump recounted a Fox News interview during which he had seen a reporter dismiss the film’s evidence as having been “debunked.”
“How can it be debunked if you have [the culprits] on tape?” he challenged.
Since its release, “2000 Mules” has shocked audiences on both sides of the political aisle, revealing evidence of an elaborate ballot trafficking scheme that allegedly took place during the 2020 presidential election.
The president, adding that he hoped everyone in attendance had seen the film, noted that the ballot traffickers – or “mules” – captured on the surveillance footage and included in the film did not behave like normal voters.
“The average voter, they walk in and vote,” he voted. “[But] this guy’s looking up at the ceiling. You know what he’s looking for? A thing called cameras.”
Contending that the only way Democrats can win elections is by cheating, the president said it was therefore crucial to pass election integrity reforms. Trump suggested universal voter I.D., citizenship confirmation, the removal of ballot drop boxes and same-day voting with paper ballots.
With the help of such reforms, the president added: “This is the year we’re going to take back the House, we’re going to take back the Senate and we’re going to take back America. And in 2024, most importantly, we are going to take back our magnificent White House.”