Michigan House GOP lawmakers are demanding the state’s attorney general investigate Michigan’s secretary of state for voter fraud allegations and evidence presented in the “2000 Mules” documentary.
GOP Lawmakers wrote to the Michigan Attorney General and it said:
“We write to you today urging you to investigate, and bring charges if credible evidence is found, the Secretary of State of Michigan, members of her office, and any organizations or individuals for crimes related to fraud committed in the 2020 election and crimes brought to light in the documentary 2000 Mules.”
Conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza’s movie “2000 Mules” has been seen by some Republicans – from ex-President Donald Trump to state-level politicians to regular voters – as a smoking gun on election fraud.
Described as an exposé of “widespread, coordinated voter fraud in the 2020 election,” the documentary draws on cell phone location data paired with video surveillance footage that showed a cohort of people allegedly dropping ballots off at drop boxes situated outdoors on average more than 20 times each. Those people were dubbed by the investigators as “mules.”
“With the recent release of the documentary ‘2000 Mules,’ there is additional evidence of individuals (referred to as mules), who would repeatedly visit ballot drop boxes and deposit multiple ballots, allegedly for payment, in states with controversial elections in 2020, such as Georgia and Pennsylvania,” wrote Rep. Steve Carra.
Another letter obtained by Townhall, Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) and Rep.-elect Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) and nine of their colleagues want an investigation into “potential illegal activities ‘revealed in the documentary film ‘2000 Mules.’ ”
“The film exposes potentially widespread illegal activities related to the 2020 election by using geolocation information to identify thousands of individuals who delivered thousands of illegally harvested ballots to drop boxes in five states,” their letter asserts. “Collecting and delivering ballots in this manner is a violation of the law in the locations where the activities occurred.”
The Idaho Republican Party will consider 31 resolutions at its three-day convention starting Thursday, including one already adopted by Texas Republicans that President Joe Biden isn’t the legitimate leader of the country.
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