by Sharon Rondeau

(May 5, 2022) — On Tuesday former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and former personal attorney to 45th President of the United States Donald J. Trump interviewed Dinesh D’Souza, who along with Salem Media Group produced “2000 Mules” depicting ballot-traffickers on official video footage depositing multiple ballots in drop boxes on multiple occasions and locations during the 2020 election cycle.

Trump held a premiere viewing at his Florida resort, Mar-a-Lago, Wednesday night which Giuliani said he would attend.

After the 2020 election, Giuliani worked feverishly to demonstrate that the process was riddled with fraud, collecting what he said were over 1,000 sworn affidavits from election observers and voters as to various forms of fraud they said they witnessed.

Before producing the film, which is debuting in select theaters this week and is available for online viewing and purchase on Saturday, D’Souza said he collaborated with the voter-integrity organization, conceiving of the idea to purchase cell-phone “geotracking” data for major cities where election fraud might have been prevalent.

As he told Sharyl Attkisson last week, D’Souza said geotracking data is legally “sold all the time,” although not “at Walmart.”

Geotracking “shows not only the location, but the movement of the phone,” D’Souza told Giuliani, and contains the “cell-phone IDs” of each device. The technology used, he said, is “extremely precise and extremely accurate” in regard to locating the “mules” who visited multiple ballot drop-boxes as depicted on the video footage researchers obtained through official channels.

The ballots, D’Souza said, were given to the “mules” by “vote stash houses,” which he described as “left-wing organizations, many of them non-profits, NGOs; they’re deeply embedded in the inner city; these are the people who collect the ballots; they are the ones who pay and deploy the mules to go deliver them, very often in the middle of the night.”

On Twitter Thursday morning, Trump supporters such as former 2020 campaign attorney Jenna Ellis, Giuliani’s son Andrew and D’Souza himself who attended the event with Trump recounted their experiences.

“Official video from the state” on 2020 drop-box activity was not available from all the jurisdictions on which researchers focused, D’Souza said, such as Wisconsin. However, he said, his team obtained through records requests “mostly video from Georgia, some video from Arizona, some video from Michigan…”

“Where it is available, it’s unbelievably revealing,” he said animatedly, “…how often do you get to see the criminals breaking in to Ft. Knox…?”

“To do this to an election is so anti-American that I think every one of our Founding Fathers must be turning over in their grave,” Giuliani responded after a commercial break. “Do you actually get to interview any of these people?”

D’Souza said an Arizona “mule” identified by law enforcement agreed to speak on the record for the film, although requesting her face be disguised.

Photos of each ballot entering the drop box were taken by the “mules,” D’Souza said, so they would “get paid,” usually at a fee of $10 each.

On Wednesday Ellis discussed the viewing event on her radio show with Trump supporter and MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell.

At 24:50, Giuliani commented on the report by retired Wisconsin judge Michael Gableman of “finding a couple hundred thousands votes [that were] totally illegal.” In Georgia, Giuliani said, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger was provided credible information “ten days after the election explaining that the election was rife with fraud. That’s all the while he was saying it was perfect; he had on his desk an opposite report from his own organization that he hid until it was revealed three weeks ago in a FOIA request. So in each one of these places, you have thousands and thousands of other ballots — 68,000 people under the age of 18 who voted in Georgia — that’s the election.”

That claim was made, along with others, by Giuliani’s legal team while testifying to members of the Georgia state senate on December 4, 2020.

The certified results in Georgia between Joe Biden and Trump was reported as fewer than 12,000 votes.

Since November 4, 2020, Trump has claimed he won the election, with the media and Trump’s detractors referring to the claim as “The Big Lie.”

Additional broadcasts by Giuliani can be found on his Rumble channel.

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