Dinesh D’Souza says Newsmax refuses to cover up his widely debunked claims of election fraud in his 2000 film Mules.
On purpose @newsmax it is also blocking the coverage of “2000 Mules”. I was booked for Grant Stinchfield’s Newsmax show and then the network canceled me. If you want, criticize the move, but why is this not legitimate news? How can the so-called news networks pretend it doesn’t exist?
– Dinesh D’Souza (@DineshDSouza) May 9, 2022
2000 Mules fails a fact check
Praised by former President Donald Trump for exposing “great election fraud,” the film, titled “2000 Mules,” paints a disturbing picture that suggests that Democratic-aligned electoral “mules” would be paid to illegally collect and deliver ballots in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
But this is based on erroneous assumptions, anonymous accounts, and improper cell phone location data analyzes, which aren’t accurate enough to confirm that someone has deposited a ballot paper in a safe deposit box, experts say.
Newsmax was southern for the 2020 election lies
Newsmax has already had to apologize and retract after being sued for pushing Dominion voting machines to lie, therefore they absolutely do not want to go near D’Souza’s film which is right-wing propaganda designed to undermine the democratic electoral process.
Newsmax got burned once, so they won’t come close to the big lie anymore
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