About freaking time! How much more evidence did we really need before GOP lawmakers were going to demand the Committee on Oversight and Reform take up election fraud allegations made in the documentary “2000 Mules”?
According to Townhall.com, a group of Republican lawmakers is demanding the Committee on Oversight and Reform investigate election fraud allegations made in the documentary “2000 Mules.”
“The film documents activities that raise serious questions about potential widespread coordinated efforts to illegally harvest and cast votes,” Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) states in a letter sent to Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) on Wednesday, which was provided exclusively to Townhall.com.
Townhall.com reported that Reps. Andrew Clyde (R-GA), Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), Mary Miller (R-IL), Debbie Lesko (R-AZ), Randy Weber (R-TX), Pete Sessions (R-TX), Byron Donalds (R-FL), Rep. Dan Bishop (R-NC), Rep. Diana Harshbarger (R-TN), and Lauren Boebert (R-CO) all co-signed the letter.
“The film reveals that in the Detroit area more than 500 individuals visited an average of 100 drop boxes to deposit ballots,” Biggs writes. “In the Milwaukee area, more than 100 individuals visited an average of 28 drop boxes. In the Philadelphia area, more than 1,100 individuals visited approximately 50 drop boxes each. And in the Phoenix area, more than 200 individuals visited more than 20 boxes each. Additionally, the film reveals that more than 54,000 individuals delivered votes to at least five drop boxes each in these four states.”
As Democrats continue to turn their back and focus on far less important issues, Republicans are now requesting that the potentially illegal activities exposed in “2000 Mules” be investigated.
Letter To The House Committee On Oversight And Reform:
“Under your leadership, the Committee has held hearings on the Arizona election audit and Texas’ voting laws,” the letter continues. “The Committee has also devoted significant time and resources on hearings and investigations into issues such as flea and tick collars, the Washington Commanders football team, electric vehicles for the Postal Service, environmental justice, and vaping among other topics. The illegal activity exposed in the documentary 2000 Mules is far more serious than the aforementioned topics and must be investigated by the Committee.”
“As the chairwoman of the House’s oversight committee, Congresswoman Maloney has an obligation to hold an immediate hearing to further determine the veracity of these claims,” Biggs told Townhall. “The film exposes serious, potentially illegal activity related to the 2020 election. The committee should investigate these allegations to ensure the integrity of our elections.”
Critics claim that 2000 Mules is nothing more than an attempt to rile former President Donald Trump’s base ahead of the midterm elections, and for certain congress members to pledge their allegiance to the former President all in the name of votes.
Daily Wire co-founder and media personality did a full analysis on the film 2000 Mules agreeing with most of the claims made while debunking others.