Dinesh D’Souza is an innately creative and talented filmmaker. He is the creator of the highest-grossing conservative documentary of all time, which garnered $33 million. 2016: Obama’s America is the film in dispute. The documentary’s $33 million profit also makes it one of the highest-grossing documentaries of all time. He has since released four more documentaries, including America: Imagine a World Without Her (2014), Hillary’s America (2016), Death of a Nation (2018), and Trump Card (2020).
About 2000 Mules
This documentary is not just any other documentary about the 2020 elections, it is a full-on investigation into the complexities and lies of the election. Dinesh is joined by Charlie Kirk and many others, including a research team to help uncover the truth. Uncovering the truth, they did, using satellite cell phone tracking, identified 242 mules in Atlanta that went to an average of 24 drop boxes.
A mule is a person picking up ballots and dropping them to drop boxes. They also caught the mules in the act in 4 million minutes of surveillance footage across the country. The footage is truly shocking to see, you see people dropping in an exorbitant amount of ballots into drop boxes. They also found an extremely active mule who, in one night, went to 6 different counties to drop off ballots in 27 different drop boxes. However, the most important question still remains, was vote trafficking enough to tip the balance? You will have to find out for yourself.
How to watch 2000 Mules
2000 mules will be released in select theatres on May 2nd and 4th. It will be available for online streaming on May 8th on SalemNow or on the Locals website.
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Cast of 2000 Mules
The cast of 2000 Mules has not been officially revealed yet, however, judging by the trailer, Dinesh will be joined by notable names in conservatism.
Who is Dinesh D’Souza?
Dinesh Joseph D’Souza was born on April 25, 1961. He is an Indian-American right-wing political analyst, agitator, author, filmmaker, and conspiracy theorist. D’Souza has written more than a dozen books, including many New York Times best-sellers. D’Souza, who was born in Bombay, came to America as an exchange student and later attended Dartmouth College. He became a naturalized citizen in 1991. From 2010 to 2012, he was president of The King’s College, a Christian college in New York City, until he resigned due to an alleged adultery controversy.
D’Souza contributed $10,000 to Wendy Long’s Senate campaign in 2012 on behalf of himself and his wife, agreeing in writing to credit $5,000 from his wife and $5,000 from him. He instructed two others to pay Long an additional $20,000, which he promised to repay and eventually did. Individual political contributions were limited to $5,000 per candidate under the Election Act at the time. Two years later, D’Souza pled guilty in federal court to one felony count of making an illegal political contribution using a “straw donor.” He was sentenced to eight months in a halfway house near his home in San Diego, five years of probation, and a $30,000 fine. In 2018, President Donald Trump pardoned D’Souza.
D’Souza is often regarded as a neoconservative. In the context of the United States, he defines conservatism as “conserving the principles of the American Revolution.” D’Souza argues in his book Letters to a Young Conservative that conservatism is a hybrid of classical liberalism and ancient virtue, emphasizing “the belief that there are moral standards in the universe and that living up to them is the best way to have a full and happy life.” He also critiques the contemporary liberal view that “human nature is intrinsically good,” and that “the great conflicts in the world … arise out of terrible misunderstandings that can be corrected through ongoing conversation and through the mediation of the United Nations.”
Other media by Dinesh D’Souza
Considering his influential background, when he moved to podcasts in October of 2021, you would think he gained herds of fans and followers. If you think this, you would be right, the podcast was a huge success and since then, there have been 106 episodes. Let’s go over some important episodes.
- Episode 1, Parents on the watchlist. Dinesh shows how the Biden administration has shifted from calling January 6 protestors as domestic terrorists to identifying parents who reject Critical Race education as such in this episode. A Facebook whistleblower discloses illegal behaviours on the network, but Dinesh shows how the Left is using her to advocate for further digital regulations. A spiteful court rules against a nonviolent January 6 protester who was not even desired by the Biden administration. Dinesh is joined by Jack Posobiec to discuss The Island of Free Ice Cream, his latest children’s novel. You’ll notice a certain tone to his speaking in his podcast that I think is amazing; it’s calm but lively at the same time.
- Special edition episode, The Permanence of Racism? In this special episode, Dinesh investigates the central premise of Critical Race Theory, the persistence of racism. Dinesh believes that if racism is permanent and will always exist, it must also have existed in the past. Dinesh makes a remarkable argument for racism’s historical roots, based on his own work on race over the last 25 years, dating back to “The End of Racism” in 1995. Dinesh then goes on to describe what it was, and he concludes by depicting what the abolition of racism in Western civilization may look like.
- Never a Boring Moment, Episode 5. Dinesh gets Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s honest take on the Biden administration’s chaos and controversies in this episode. Dinesh outlines how Ray Epps’ involvement in the January 6 event might be the “smoking gun” that reveals the FBI’s involvement. Dinesh carefully reads a New York Times article about censorship in Russia and China, noticing what it doesn’t say. Dinesh explains how the dismantling of a Jefferson monument implies that Gulliver’s struggle with the Lilliputians is losing.
You can listen to the podcast on any streaming site you want, Google Podcasts, Spotify, iTunes, etc.