True the vote has announced that they will be publishing the addresses where ballot harvesters would stop off between runs to drop boxes. One of those stop-off points is Stacey AbramsHeadquarterws according to Charlie Kirk of Turning Points USA who claims he was shown the evidence during the making of 2,000 Mules. If that is true, she had better start lawyering up. This would be a conspiracy to defraud the government if not covered by the RICO Act.
In the film, Dinesh D’Souza and True the Vote provide answers and evidence on the stolen 2020 Election. The explosive documentary was released on Tuesday at select theaters across the nation.
According to the evidence discussed in the movie, if you factor in just the Mule ballot traffickers: Trump won with 305 electoral votes. That does not even count all the other fraud that occurred during the election like the mysterious ballot drops at 3 in the morning or the questionable machines.
In April, TPUSA founder Charlie Kirk went on with Joe Hoft on 93.3 FM to discuss the movie. Kirk, who is featured in the film, said this about the evidence collected for the film, “They saw that some of these mules would visit these drop boxes every night. And then go to Stacey Abrams’ headquarters and then go back to the drop boxes.
The movie discusses the Democrat-linked stash houses but does not mention any names or locations.
On Saturday night political columnist Brian Cates posted this on the stash houses:
Tonight during the virtual premiere of 2000 Mules, Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips announced they will be releasing ALL the addresses of the stash houses run by the NGO’s that were orchestrating this massive criminal racketeering operation in multiple states.
It would be very easy to pinpoint the stash houses. People visiting the drop boxes may or may not be precise, but the mules visiting the stash houses will be. And if indeed one of the stash houses is Stacey Abrams, it could even lead to her having to drop out of the race for governor but could net her The Democrat of the Year Award.