Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

"2000 Mules" and facts

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

    "2000 Mules" and facts

    Seems like the claims made in this movie don't add up.

    https://apnews.com/article/2022-midt...fa5c6dac406762

    https://www.factcheck.org/2022/06/ev...in-2000-mules/

    https://www.thebulwark.com/dinesh-ds...-mockumentary/

    https://www.politifact.com/article/2...ut-voting-mai/

    #2
    The brainwashicity is strong in partisan right-wingers. They recognize this 'obvious proof'.

    Comment


      #3
      Just wonderful propaganda sources . These propaganda ("Fact checkers") LOL are the same sources for 3 years that said Donald Trump was in collusion with Russia. They said he was compromised by having a hooker in his hotel room during a beauty contest in Russia.. They said he was sleeping with this person and that person. They smeared him nonstop for years.

      They touted the integrity of the Porn Star lawyer who was on every liberal network every week for months smearing Trump with 1 false accusation after another. Now, this lawyer is in jail serving time for 1 fraud after another.

      These sources touted the GREAT Bob Mueller and he would get to the Russian Collusion truth. Mueller's cast of hatchet men spent 33 million interviewing every Tom Dick and Harry all over the world but if they interviewed Robby Mook, Hillary's campaign manager, they would have found in 5 minutes she approved the Russian scheme and her campaign acted on it.

      These sources had sociopathic congressmen like this Adam Schiff on every week lying constantly about Trump smearing him and making all sorts of false accusations.

      You do not understood 1 thing. That is the MAGA folks as Gov. DeSantis recently said do not care anymore what you say. The MAGA folks have and are taking their children out of the public education system that the liberals control and home schooling their children. They are moving to states like Florida where a Governor like DeSantis is not taking any crap from the liberals attempt at over regulation and Wok this and wok that.

      The MAGA folks do not care what you say anymore.. You are irrelevant. You have zero credibility with them. The days of attempting to work with the liberals is over. The MAGA folks will analyze things for themselves and make their own decisions and in the meantime keep as far away from the looney liberals as they can
      Last edited by alex peters; 06-13-2022, 04:47 AM.

      Comment


        #4
        The amount of ballot harvesting and trafficking was so extensive no one knows how many illegal ballots were cast.

        Comment


          #5
          Originally posted by alex peters View Post

          The amount of ballot harvesting and trafficking was so extensive no one knows how many illegal ballots were cast.
          And you're lying again. Or you're delusional. Or both.

          Comment


            #6
            Originally posted by pjt View Post

            And you're lying again. Or you're delusional. Or both.
            Are you saying there was no ballot harvesting and ballot trafficking?

            Comment


              #7
              Looks like Fox News is now airing the Jan 6th hearings, where Barr said 2000 Mules was not based on reality. Is Barr lying?

              Comment


                #8
                Originally posted by Harold Bland View Post
                Looks like Fox News is now airing the Jan 6th hearings, where Barr said 2000 Mules was not based on reality. Is Barr lying?
                Are you saying there was no ballot harvesting and trafficking?

                Comment


                  #9
                  More info from today: https://www.cnbc.com/2022/06/13/bill...on-claims.html


                  Former Attorney General William Barr picked apart claims of widespread fraud during his conversations with President Donald Trump after the 2020 election, but Trump refused to believe that the results were legitimate, Barr said in recorded testimony presented Monday.

                  In comments to the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, Barr portrayed Trump’s election fraud claims as farcical. Barr’s testimony, shown at the panel’s second public hearing detailing the findings of its probe, portrayed Trump as unwilling to believe his then-attorney general when he dismissed false claims about the election results.

                  “After the election, he didn’t seem to be listening,” Barr said in describing his interactions with Trump following the former president’s loss to President Joe Biden.

                  Barr publicly stated there was no widespread election fraud in an interview published in the Associated Press in December 2020. He resigned from his job that same month.

                  Barr said during his committee testimony that Trump’s false claims about the election contributed to his decision to leave the administration.

                  House investigators showed Barr’s testimony as they detailed the efforts by Trump and his allies to spread the unfounded fraud claims after the 2020 election. A mob of Trump supporters who believed the election was stolen stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, forcing lawmakers to flee as they confirmed Biden’s Electoral College victory.

                  Since leaving office, Trump has continued to falsely claim that the election was rigged and stolen from him. He has not ruled out running for president in 2024.

                  Barr met with the president in the White House in late November 2020 after the election, the former attorney general said. Trump said at that meeting there has been “major fraud’ and “as soon as the facts were out, the results of the election would be reversed.” Then, Barr said, Trump claimed the Department of Justice doesn’t think it has a role in investigating the fraud claims.

                  Barr said he defended the DOJ’s neutrality at the meeting, noting to Trump that the DOJ “doesn’t take sides in elections” and that the “department isn’t an extension of your legal team.”

                  Trump’s son-in-law and senior advisor Jared Kushner and the president’s then-chief of staff Mark Meadows spoke with Barr after that gathering. The two suggested to Barr that they were convinced Trump was coming around to the idea that the election was lost, according to the former attorney general.

                  Yet, days later, Trump went on Fox News and ripped the Department of Justice, suggesting more unproven cases of election fraud.

                  “I was somewhat demoralized, because I thought, boy, if he really believes this stuff, he has lost contact with — he’s become detached from reality if he really believes this stuff,” Barr explained in describing Trump’s continued stance on the election.

                  After Barr’s comments to the AP, Trump met with his attorney general at the White House again and repeated his false claims of election fraud.

                  It was there, according to Barr, that the attorney general told the president that the “claims of fraud were bulls---.” Barr reiterated that they “wasted a whole month on the Dominion voting machines and they were idiotic claims.”

                  Comment


                    #10
                    Originally posted by alex peters View Post

                    Are you saying there was no ballot harvesting and trafficking?
                    Are you parroting that there is parroting and parroting?

                    So Bill Barr is a RINO, and anti Trump, and everybody is driving in the opposite direction on the highway.
                    Yes, it's an old wives tale! You're delusional, or just looking for excuses for the domestic terrorists.

                    Comment


                      #11
                      But there were dumps. Big massive dumps. Then someone sculpted those huge massive big dumps into Donald Trump.

                      Comment


                        #12
                        Originally posted by Harold Bland View Post
                        More info from today: https://www.cnbc.com/2022/06/13/bill...on-claims.html


                        Former Attorney General William Barr picked apart claims of widespread fraud during his conversations with President Donald Trump after the 2020 election, but Trump refused to believe that the results were legitimate, Barr said in recorded testimony presented Monday.

                        In comments to the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, Barr portrayed Trump’s election fraud claims as farcical. Barr’s testimony, shown at the panel’s second public hearing detailing the findings of its probe, portrayed Trump as unwilling to believe his then-attorney general when he dismissed false claims about the election results.

                        “After the election, he didn’t seem to be listening,” Barr said in describing his interactions with Trump following the former president’s loss to President Joe Biden.

                        Barr publicly stated there was no widespread election fraud in an interview published in the Associated Press in December 2020. He resigned from his job that same month.

                        Barr said during his committee testimony that Trump’s false claims about the election contributed to his decision to leave the administration.

                        House investigators showed Barr’s testimony as they detailed the efforts by Trump and his allies to spread the unfounded fraud claims after the 2020 election. A mob of Trump supporters who believed the election was stolen stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, forcing lawmakers to flee as they confirmed Biden’s Electoral College victory.

                        Since leaving office, Trump has continued to falsely claim that the election was rigged and stolen from him. He has not ruled out running for president in 2024.

                        Barr met with the president in the White House in late November 2020 after the election, the former attorney general said. Trump said at that meeting there has been “major fraud’ and “as soon as the facts were out, the results of the election would be reversed.” Then, Barr said, Trump claimed the Department of Justice doesn’t think it has a role in investigating the fraud claims.

                        Barr said he defended the DOJ’s neutrality at the meeting, noting to Trump that the DOJ “doesn’t take sides in elections” and that the “department isn’t an extension of your legal team.”

                        Trump’s son-in-law and senior advisor Jared Kushner and the president’s then-chief of staff Mark Meadows spoke with Barr after that gathering. The two suggested to Barr that they were convinced Trump was coming around to the idea that the election was lost, according to the former attorney general.

                        Yet, days later, Trump went on Fox News and ripped the Department of Justice, suggesting more unproven cases of election fraud.

                        “I was somewhat demoralized, because I thought, boy, if he really believes this stuff, he has lost contact with — he’s become detached from reality if he really believes this stuff,” Barr explained in describing Trump’s continued stance on the election.

                        After Barr’s comments to the AP, Trump met with his attorney general at the White House again and repeated his false claims of election fraud.

                        It was there, according to Barr, that the attorney general told the president that the “claims of fraud were bulls---.” Barr reiterated that they “wasted a whole month on the Dominion voting machines and they were idiotic claims.”
                        Are you saying the Democratic Party did not engage in ballot harvesting and trafficking?

                        Comment


                          #13
                          I clicked this thread thinking Jon Anderson must have chosen a really poor title for a sequel to 1000 Hands.
                          “Well ain’t life grand when you finally hit it?”-David Lee Roth

                          Comment


                            #14
                            Originally posted by alex peters View Post

                            Are you saying the Democratic Party did not engage in ballot harvesting and trafficking?
                            Yes. And whoever believes in that conspiracy theory is capable of believing anything like that Jews are orchestrating the Great Replacement to get America rid of white people, they will believe that the Holocaust was just a ploy did by the said Jews again, that school shootings are just False Flags so the enemy can take away the guns (by the way, only Neanderthals care about guns in civil hands in 2022), they believe that the forest fires are lit by Jewish space lasers. You see a pattern here, doncha?

                            You can't this easily convince reasonable people unless they have this thought already in them. Basically racists and anti-semites. Usually also misogynists who believe tham men are superior to women, so women should not be equal to men, that their only place is to serve men, and bear children.

                            So yeah, if you keep pushing the newest conspiracy theory then you are the above category, that is: racist, anti-semite and a misogynist.
                            Or you don't believe it truly but still spread it, because it can serve a political agenda, then you're a garbage person. A big massive dump, to quote Trump.
                            You can choose now.

                            Hail Hydra!
                            Last edited by pjt; 06-19-2022, 09:11 AM.

                            Comment


                              #15
                              Wisconsin's Republican Election Auditor Held In Contempt Of Court
                              (Because he's afraid of Trump, lol)

                              Comment

                              Working...
                              X