Like an incantation at high Mass, Democrats chant their claim that election fraud does not exist.
“Vote fraud is almost incalculably rare in the United States,” according to defeated Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams.
“And make no mistake,” Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York declared on the Senate floor. “There has been no evidence of any significant or widespread voter fraud.”
“The big lie is just that,” President Joe Biden bellowed about crooked ballots. “A big lie!”
Election integrity expert Catherine Engelbrecht offered the perfect rejoinder to this nonsense. True the Vote’s founder said: “You don’t need a whole lot of fraud. You just need a little in the right places over time.”
Engelbrecht’s observation comes vividly to life in “2,000 Mules,” commentator and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza’s stylish, chilling, maddening new documentary. Premiering in selected cities May 2, this film provides enough hard evidence of vote fraud to pry open the eyes of Abrams, Schumer, Biden, and other Democrats—if only they ...