Above image: Subpoena to True the Vote researcher Catherine Englebrecht (PDF of subpoena)
Georgia election officials have issued subpoenas to the filmmakers of “2000 Mules,” who have shown what they say is irrefutable evidence of election fraud in 2020, of a magnitude that they say may have changed the outcome of the election. The filmmakers welcomed the subpoenas, and said they had filed their own complaint to get the allegations heard 7 months ago, and gave the FBI all their data at that time.
The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported on April 27, 2022:
“The State Election Board has issued subpoenas to find out whether there’s substance behind accusations of a ballot collection scheme in the 2020 election in Georgia.
The subpoenas, sent Thursday, seek evidence of allegations that unnamed organizations paid unnamed individuals $10 per absentee ballot delivered to drop boxes across metro Atlanta.
The practice of collecting multiple absentee ballots, sometimes called ballot harvesting, is illegal in Georgia, with exceptions for family members and caregivers of disabled voters.”
The Epoch Times reported on May 2, 2022:
“Georgia election officials last week issued subpoenas to obtain the identities of individuals and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) who may have engaged in the crime of ballot trafficking.”
The Epoch Times wrote:
“We presented our data a year ago to Governor Kemp (a Republican) and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. They covered it up for seven months,” alleged Engelbrecht in an April 30  television interview on Real America’s Voice.
“The GBI told us they had no jurisdiction,” Engelbrecht said.
“We gave our data to the FBI in Atlanta. No response for seven months,” she said.”
In brief the film holds that:
- Researchers identified over 2000 people (“mules”) with unique cellphone numbers in key Democrat-leaning areas of key swing states, who went to at least ten, and as many as 100, ballot drop boxes night after night, dropping an average of 5 ballots in each one.
- Average number of drop boxes visited by these 2000 is 38 per night.
- Average number of ballots dropped is 5 per drop box visit, often in the middle of the night.
- This would represent a total of 380,000 votes in these states, enough to hand Trump the election.
- If the threshold number of drop boxes visited per night were dropped to five, and the average number of ballots dropped to three, the number of persons of interest would rise to 54,000 “mules,” and the number of questionable votes would rise to 810,000, enough to hand Trump every swing state and the popular vote as well.
A withering storm of criticism and mockery has, as the filmmakers predicted, pounded the documentary which, on almost all major Internet platform, such as Youtube, has been banned.
Most of the attacks on the film center around:
- The producer of the film, Dinesh D’Souza’s 2014 conviction for urging friends to contribute a total of $20,000 to a Republican US Senate contender, and then reimbursing them, when $5,000 is the legal maximum any individual may contribute directly to any US political campaign. D’Souza maintains he was “bludgeoned” into a plea bargain by the prosecutor, Preet Bharara, a fellow Indian-American and US attorney for the Southern District of New York, who, D’Souza says, was part of a selective prosecution of him for his hugely successful film “Obama’s America.” D’Souza is also the producer of the wildly successful film “Hillary’s America: A Secret History of the Democratic Party.”
- Alleged factual impossibilities in the film, which misrepresent what the film says. Prime among these are reporter Greg Palast’s assertion that the film maintains that “92,670 ballots were stuffed illegally into drop boxes” in Fulton County, Georgia, when all of Fulton County had only “79,000 ballots cast in drop boxes.” But the 92,670 ballots referred to in the film were for all of the Georgia counties investigated, not just Fulton County. The below excerpt from the film shows the researchers discussing a massive discrepancy in Gwinnent County.
- Similarly, Palast alleges that the film claims that mules “stuffed 226,590 ballots into Detroit area drop boxes, way more than the total number of all mail-in ballots .” But the film never alleges this. The 226,590 figure includes all of Michigan counties examined, not just Wayne County, the seat of Detroit.
“In Fulton County (Atlanta), he tells us 92,670 ballots were stuffed illegally into drop boxes.That’s astonishing — because there were only 79,000 ballots cast in drop boxes in Fulton County! And in Detroit, it was worse. “Mules” stuffed 226,590 ballots into Detroit area drop boxes — way more than the total number of all mail-in ballots — about three times the number of ballots in drop boxes.”
Throughout the attempted “fact-check,” Palast latches onto a single video surveillance clip, of an alleged mule who is Black, and says the filmmakers’ real problem is with Black people voting.
- The standard “fact-check” outfits such as AP News attempt to create an alternative explanation for the cellphone data which places mules at the drop boxes and liberal charities dozens of times a night. The AP “fact-check” being widely reprinted as the answer to the film, by Ali Svenson, explains:
“Delivery drivers, postal workers, taxi drivers, poll workers, and elected officials all have legitimate reasons to cross paths with multiple boxes or nonprofits on a given day.”
But as a Washington Times opinion writer exclaims:
“All one must do to reject such nonsense is watch the film.”
The AP “fact-check” studiously ignores that the location data is paired with video surveillance which catches people in the act of depositing 10 or more ballots in an average of 38 drop boxes, mostly at night, and that the same kind of geolocation data placed many of them in the middle of George Floyd protests-turned-violent in 2020. The filmmakers say that law enforcement is already in possession of all of this.
In Wisconsin, drop boxes are not even legal, as Wisconsin Statute 6.87 (4)(b)1 stipulates that:
“an absentee ballot envelope, in which the cast absentee ballot is placed, must be “mailed by the elector, or delivered in person, to the municipal clerk issuing the ballot or ballots.”
- A well-worn theme of criticism is that the film never shows the same mule at different drop boxes, perhaps a valid shortcoming in documentary film-making. But film team has freely made itself, and all its data, available to law enforcement to substantiate their basis for alleging that mules made many visits to many drop boxes in the same night, night after night. In addition, the filmmakers will post all the raw footage and cellphone data, which is all publicly available information (minus the identity of the cellphone holders, which it requires a warrant to obtain.)
- Finally, recitation that prior investigations and lawsuits all turned up nothing, always cleverly looked in the wrong place, or never heard evidence at all before declaring “no evidence.” In Georgia, a full signature verification was done of ballots in Cobb County. But Atlanta, where the heaviest fraud was alleged, is in Fulton County. Trump tweeted at the time ““When are we going to be allowed to do signature verification in Fulton County…?” The most thoroughly documented lawsuit questioning the 2020 election results was filed before the Supreme Court by the State of Texas and joined by the attorneys general of 17 other states. Despite reams of documentation, witnesses, and amicus briefs, representing best efforts of many states’ attorneys staffs, the Supreme Court dismissed the entire undertaking with the flimsiest procedural pretext of “no standing.” Not a single word from the legal representatives of the people of nearly 20 states was heard.
At the end of the day, it is ironic that D’Souza was convicted of hustling $20,000 for a friend’s Senate campaign, but whoever, or whatever, paid for the mules operation spent untold millions, every bit as illegally. For more on this, read on to next article…
“2000 Mules” Sheds Light on Zuckerberg’s Illegal Gifts to Cities in 5 Swing States, Which Were Heavily Democrat
The law on non-profits, such as the Chan-Zuckerberg Foundation, engaging in “get out the vote” activism is clear.
“Under the Internal Revenue Code, all section 501(c)(3) organizations are absolutely prohibited from directly or indirectly participating in, or intervening in, any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for elective public office…voter education or registration activities with evidence of bias that (a) would favor one candidate over another; (b) oppose a candidate in some manner; or (c) have the effect of favoring a candidate or group of candidates, will constitute prohibited participation or intervention.”
This means it is not against the law to donate to activities which increase voter turnout, as long as they do not favor any one candidate.
As many states move to ban all private donations to public election departments, fall-out from the new 2020 election documentary “2000 Mules” continues to grow. A simple calculation shows that, contrary to the letter and spirit of the law, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg funneled a disproportionate share of the $250 million he gave to Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) to cities which averaged 78.5% for Clinton in 2016, in five swing states .
Zuckerberg was sued by citizens in 2020, for what they said were illegal donations in swing states, but the possible end use of those funds, to have ballot drop boxes in place which could be stuffed, is shown only now with the release of “2000 Mules.”
Specifically, court documents taking data directly from CTCL show that, although the left-leaning non-profit gave money to election departments in all 50 states, including red states and counties, it vastly turned up the dial in eleven cities and three counties in Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, and Georgia.
With just 3% of the US population in total, $33 million, or 13% of the $250 million Chan-Zuckerberg gave to CTCL, went to these critical populations where “2000 Mules” now shows shady drop box activity was heavy.
Source below: Amounts given by Zuckerberg through CTCL conduit to key swing states. Minnesota Voters Alliance vs. City of Minneapolis, Complaint
In a rebuttal to what it called “frivolous” lawsuits against it concerning Zuckerberg funds given to some Wisconsin cities, CTCL argued that it had distributed funds for it’s “COVID-19 Response Grant Program” across all 50 states in both Democrat and Republican leaning jurisdictions.
However, the data shows that the spigot was not turned on evenly everywhere. It was fairly gushing in a few states, in certain localities where Hillary Clinton had won in 2016 by an average of 78.5%
Moreover, per-voter data shows that more money did not simply flow to bigger cites because they had more people. Calculations of money spent per voter in the five, heavily Democrat-leaning cities in Wisconsin, Green Bay, Kenosha, Madison, Milwaukee, and Racine, where the votes are, show a vast discrepancy from smaller, non-targeted cities. In the below table, cities with asterisks (*) are targeted cities.
In any US presidential election, the electoral fate of most states is already a given. Wyoming will be red. California will be blue. A handful of states determine the election. The majority of Zuckerberg’s and CTCL’s gifts to election departments could not be expected to change the outcome in most states. But they would allow CTCL to say, as it did, that it was acting in an even-handed manner.
To someone like Zuckerberg, worth $80 billion, 85 cents of overhead for 15 cents of bang would be a small price to pay if it delivers the fabulous trillions of the US budget and economy into the “right” hands.
13% of $250 million to just 3% of the US population, all heavily Democrat-leaning, all concentrated in the most critical geographical locations which will swing the election, arguably constitutes the “bias” prohibited in IRS the code.
Enter the Ballot Drop Boxes Specifically Required by Zuckerberg
According to “2000 Mules” researchers, in Wisconsin 137,500 ballots were dropped by 138 individuals who made a total of 3,588 trips to the ballot boxes, all of whom visited a liberal nonprofit organization at least five times in the meantime.
Ironically, about 135,000 is the number of a large jump in Biden votes in the wee hours of the morning in both MI and WI, which drew wide attention. Trump was ahead by 10% in both key swing states before the jumps, which were explained away as glitches of one sort or another.
A glitch in one key swing state would be suspicious. The likelihood of the same glitch in two, side-by-side swing states has not been addressed by “debunkers.”
As reported in the Epoch Times:
“138 individuals [who] each visited the location of a nongovernmental organization at least five times and made a combined total of 3,588 trips to absentee ballot drop boxes.”
In the lawsuit by Republicans which was based on a report by Judge Michael Gableman, a former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice, who was appointed by the Wisconsin Legislature to investigate the 2020 election, the plaintiffs cited the acceptance letter from the non-profit, the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) which acknowledged that the funds would be used partly for drop boxes, which were once ruled illegal by a Wisconsin judge.
.Below is an image of a similar letter from the Michigan chapter of CTCL, another key, contentious swing state in 2020.
Source for below image: Peninsula News
These type of ballot drop boxes, unmanned and open around the clock, have taken center stage in the new 2020 election documentary “2000 Mules.”
In January of 2022, ABC News affiliate WKOW wrote in “Judge rules drop boxes for absentee ballots are illegal”:
“Judge Michael O. Bohren handed down the decision in a case brought by voters Richard Teigen and Richard Thom, who believed the use of drop boxes was in conflict with state law.”
Minnesota news site Alpha News reported on the judge’s decision:
“Waukesha County Judge Michael Bohren on Thursday ruled that the Wisconsin Elections Commission cannot create a new way of voting in the state.
“I’m satisfied that there is no authority, no statutory authority to issue, to have drop boxes used for the collection of absentee ballots,” the judge ruled.
More to the point, the judge said Wisconsin law allows for just two ways to cast a ballot — in person or through the mail.“
Judge Bohren said:
“The statute is clear. It’s not ambiguous,”
Wisconsin Statute 6.87 (4)(b)1 provides that:
“an absentee ballot envelope, in which the cast absentee ballot is placed, must be “mailed by the elector, or delivered in person, to the municipal clerk issuing the ballot or ballots.”
Nevertheless, Zuckerberg-funded drop boxes were used throughout Wisconsin in 2020 for the receipt of absentee ballots. Although absentee ballots in all 50 states must be signed, Wisconsin has no requirement that the signatures must be matched with signatures on file.
2020 election documentary “2000 Mules” trailer (watch at Rumble)
“2000 Mules” Highlights Georgia Law That Ballots Can Only be Delivered by Immediate Family
Another issue raised by the 2000 Mules documentary is the legality of “third-party,” non-family members delivering ballots to ballot drop boxes, which is illegal in Georgia. Georgia is another key swing state featured in the film.
In Georgia, writes Deroy Murdock, a Manhattan-based Fox News contributor and a contributing editor to the National Review, Biden’s margin of victory was about 12,000 votes. But, writes Murdock:
“In Georgia, 250 mules stopped at 24 boxes and inserted five ballots per encounter. Rejecting these 30,000 illegal votes would eliminate Biden’s victory margin of 11,779.”
Georgia law Code 21-2-385 states that absentee ballots may only be delivered by:
“[the] elector’s [voter’s] mother, father, grandparent, aunt, uncle, brother, sister, spouse, son, daughter, niece, nephew, grandchild, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, mother-in-law, father-in-law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, or an individual residing in the household of such elector.”
Georgia has a signature matching requirement for absentee ballots, and there has been extensive coverage of an audit performed in Cobb County of a “random” sample of 15,000 ballots, generating headlines such as The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s “No fraud: Georgia audit confirms authenticity of absentee ballots.”
However, allegations of fraud in Georgia have centered around Fulton County, the seat for Atlanta, not Cobb County. Trump tweeted at the time ““When are we going to be allowed to do signature verification in Fulton County…?”
Addressing the question of whether the alleged fraud described in 2000 Mules would be enough to overturn the 2020 election, Black conservative Murdoch argues:
“—In Arizona, 200 mules typically approached 20 boxes each. Disqualifying these 20,000 unlawful ballots would evaporate Biden’s 10,457-vote win in Arizona….
—In Pennsylvania, 1,100 mules in Philadelphia alone encountered 50 boxes. Vacating these 275,000 illegitimate votes would eradicate Biden’s 80,555-vote victory.
Undoing this evil would have removed these three states from Biden’s total. The Electoral College count would have shifted to 259 for Biden and 279 for Donald Trump. This would have earned Trump four more years as president.”
On March 22, 2022 the Washington Times reported that investigations into the 2020 presidential elections were “advancing” in Wisconsin and Georgia. However, in a sign of the parallel political universes of the times, a Georgia DA has convened a grand jury to decide if charges are called for against President Trump for trying to “overturn” the 2020 election.
“2000 Mules,” although just released, fills the role of connecting many dots, who, where, why, and most importantly, and exactly how.
Ex-Pfizer Chief Science Officer Identifies Deadly Experimentation with COVID Vaccine Batches Given to Public
Summary: 5% of batches associated with almost all deaths, permanent cripplings and other injuries. Dr. Yeadon is convinced this is not accidental, and that an experiment is taking place to determine the lethality of varying doses, with the public as unwitting guinea pigs.
CDC death and adverse event data for the Pfizer, Moderna, and J&J COVID injections shows that about 5% of the batches are associated with 90% of the deaths, and are up to 5,000 % more lethal than the other batches, according to Dr. Michael Yeadon, a former Pfizer Vice President and Chief Science Officer for 16 years.
Pathologists in Germany and elsewhere have concluded that the vaccines are directly responsible for large numbers of deaths, based on autopsies.
Dr. Yeadon says that the pattern of deaths associated with the vaccine batches looked like the “calibration of a killing weapon.”
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Dr. Yeadon said in an interview:
“I am worried that this is the calibration of a killing weapon…I have got no reason to make this stuff up. I’ve never been a conspiracy theorist,”
Dr. Yeadon wrote to his Telegram audience:
“You’ll be aware that one of our assiduous researchers noticed a short while ago that adverse events are not occurring randomly throughout the batches & lots of vaccines made by a given manufacturer.
Instead, it appears that just 5% of the batches / lots are associated with almost all the deaths.
Given the tight requirements of consistency associated with an authorised product, it’s absolutely impossible that this is a chance event.”
Dr. Yeadon, who after Pfizer founded the successful biotech company Ziarco, which was acquired by Novartis, explained his position in the interview with attorney Reiner Feullmich, below, on January 3, 2022.
Moreover, says Dr. Yeadon, the CDC shows that the batches were released systematically over time, by all three manufacturers, in an apparent effort to determine the lethality of stronger or weaker doses.
[Further reporting on this in DailyExpose.UK]
In the US, COVID vaccine-associated deaths are now 10,000% higher than all other vaccines combined, in CDC’s “early warning” system. (See; Scientists in Top Peer-Reviewed Journal Say True Number of Vaccine Deaths May be in “Hundreds of Thousands”)
The number of deaths and adverse events associated with any batch from any of the three manufactures can be found at the website How Bad is My Batch.
Yeadon said findings, which can be replicated and confirmed since the CDC data is public, are “unequivocal evidence of malfeasance.”
In April of this year Dr. Yeadon, in an interview, said that he had come to the reluctant conclusion that a long series of coordinated, “demonstrable lies” are being put forth by governments, the medical establishment, and the media, which leads him to the reluctant conclusion that a “massive depopulation” agenda might be in play.
Dr. Yeadon recommended researcher Craig Paardekooper’s presentation of his batch findings, in the video below.
(view at Bitchute)
“Dose Range Finding”
Upon examining the data and analysis performed by Craig Paardekooper, Dr. Yeadon said that, as a pharmaceuticals scientist, he immediately recognized a methodology called “dose range finding.” In dose range finding, varying strengths of dosage are administered in order to accurately peg the number of deaths and injuries which can be associated with each dosage level. One of Dr. Yeadon’s specialties at Pfizer was toxicology, which employs these methods.
The following chart in the presentation shows the Pfizer deployment of toxic vaccine batches. The vertical axis is number of adverse events, including deaths. The horizontal axis the chronological deployment of batches, by batch issue date. Paardekooper’s paper explaining this chart is HERE.
Dr. Jessica Rose has pointed out that batch issue date does not necessarily correspond to when the batches were actually used. But Dr. James Hill, MD, has rebutted that this does not negate the findings, but is simply a call for further research into the actual timing of the batches’ deployments.
Dr. James Hill, MD has reported on the findings in his Substack “Vaccine batches vary systematically in toxicity and are distributed to unsuspecting Americans by three companies.” He writes:
- VAERS shows about 1 in 200 vaccine batches (~ 0.5%) are “highly toxic,” having a high number (1000-5000 times the baseline rate) of severe adverse reactions — including hospitalization, disability, and death — in the short term, i.e., within a few days or weeks of injection.
- 70% have only one short-term adverse event reported.
- 80% have only one or two short-term adverse events reported.
- The toxic batches are distributed among all 50 US states.
- You can look up VAERS data on batch toxicity at http://howbad.info, at least unless and until they change the batch numbering system to conceal toxic batches.“
Daily Beast “Debunk” Fails Before it Begins
In a ‘debunk’ seeking disprove the “killing weapon” findings, Daily Beast writer Mark Hay, a young New York freelancer with a masters in philosophy, deploys a standard mishmash pejoratives, misrepresentations, and such scientific language as “These arguments are, of course, all bullshit.”
Even before the first sentence, the Daily Beast’s objectively entitled “The Shady Site That Shows Anti-Vaxxers Will Believe Anything” misrepresents Paaredekooper and colleagues like Yeadon as “anti-vaxxers,” a deliberate dishonesty which by now borders on libel, since neither have ever, ever said they were against all vaccines, and Yeadon especially has denounced the falsehood repeatedly. He and his family have taken all standard childhood vaccinations.
But Hay flogs the mischaracterization, at length, writing:
““It’s a very worrisome, paranoid evolution of anti-vax sentiment,” Ofer Levy, a doctor who works on vaccine programs and studies public attitudes towards vaccinations in general, told The Daily Beast.”
Hay trots out the go-to attack on anyone citing the unprecedented number of death reports associated with the COVID shots in VAERS, that they do not understand that a VAERS report is not a conclusive link to the vaccine.
In the first place, this is another of Hay’s field of straw men, as neither Paardekooper, Yeadon, nor anyone else critical of the injections labor under any such misunderstanding. Hay never shows a single instance which proves that they do, because it does not exist. Hays and others like him merely shadow box against an opponent who isn’t there, and then triumphantly act as they have vanquished the opponent.
Secondly, there are many other scientists, pathologists, who do report, after autopsies, the direct links between the injections and sudden, unexpected death. Hay does not mention these, a lie of omission.
[Further reporting on this in DailyExpose.UK]
Dr. Yeadon and Others File Crimes Against Humanity Charges in the Hague
Dr. Yeadon and others, on December 6, 2021 at the international tribunal the International Criminal Court in the Hague, Netherlands, filed charges against Bill Gates, Melinda Gates, Boris Johnson, Klaus Schwab, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla, Anthony Fauci, World Health Organization chairman Tedros Adanhom Ghebreyesus, Dr. Peter Daszack, and others, for Crimes Against Humanity. [ICC Complaint, Yeadon et al vs. Johnson et al.]
Top Pathologists Say Autopsies Show 40% of Deaths After COVID Vax Are Due to Vaccine-Induced Organ Attack
In September of 2021, a team of German pathologists and other doctors and scientists presented the results of multiple autopsies of people who had died unexpectedly within two weeks of receiving Covid vaccinations, and concluded that up to 40% of the bodies they examined had died as a direct result of the vaccines. All of the bodies examined were over age 50.
The pathologists calculated that, for a certain broad age group, takers of the shots were 15 times more likely to die from the shots than from COVID. (See CoronaNews: “Top Pathologists: Autopsies Show 40% of Deaths After COVID Vax Are Due to Vaccine-Induced Organ Attack“)
Below: September 20th, 2021, Conference at Pathological institute in Reutlingen, Germany, “Cause of death after COVID-19 vaccination & Undeclared components of the COVID-19 vaccines“ (view below video at Bitchute)
Image below: unexplained lymphocyte attack of brain blood vessel cells, “Top Pathologists: Autopsies Show 40% of Deaths After COVID Vax Are Due to Vaccine-Induced Organ Attack“
Major Life Insurance Company Reports Deaths in US Up 40%, Not COVID
On January 2, 2022, Dr. Robert Malone, the inventor of mRNA vaccine technology and a fierce critic of the hastily-produced Pfizer and Moderna injections and Covid mandates, called attention in his Substack webpage to a report from the CEO of a major life insurance company, OneAmerica, that the death rate in the US for ages 18 – 64 was up 40% since the introduction of mass vaccination, and that the causes were not Covid. Dr. Malone wrote:
“AT WORST, this report implies that the federal workplace vaccine mandates have driven what appear to be a true crime against humanity.
The Center Square reports:
“the majority of ICU beds are not taken up by COVID-19 patients – just 37% are, while 54% of the ICU beds are being occupied by people with other illnesses or conditions.”
OneAmerica CEO Scott Davison, who is quoted in The Center Square, made his comments on Jan. 1, 2022, in “Indiana life insurance CEO says deaths are up 40% among people ages 18-64.” OneAmerica was founded in 1877 , and has assets of $74 billion under its management.
Anyone Can Find Out How Deadly Their Batch Is
Paardekooper has put together the website How Bad is My Batch in which anyone can find their Covid vaccine batch number and see the number of deaths and adverse events associated with it.
In an interview, attorney Reiner Fuellmich, who is pursuing legal actions against Covid mandates, says that the proof of premeditation on the part of the vaccine industry, in knowingly causing death and injury, would remove any legal shield from liability that the industry may presently have, video below.
Reiner Fuellmich: “New Findings… Enough to Dismantle the Entire (VAX COVID) Industry!” (view in Bitchute)
Best estimates are that COVID is a 99.9% recovery rate virus, similar to flu, according to Stanford epidemiologist Dr. John Ioannadis. Common flu is 99.9%.
Above chart source: Bloomberg News
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