2000 Mules


Film Info
Event Type:Documentary Feature
Release Year:2022
Run Time:90 minutes
Production Country:United States
Original Language:English
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Dinesh D'Souza


Republicans of the Red Rocks is sponsoring the showing of “2000 Mules” at the Sedona International Film Festival’s Mary D. Fisher Theater on Tuesday, June 7 at 4 pm.

There will be a discussion and Q&A following the film with State Representative Mark Finchem.

“2000 Mules” — a documentary film created by Dinesh D’Souza — exposes widespread, coordinated voter fraud in the 2020 election, sufficient to change the overall outcome. 

Drawing on research provided by the election integrity group True the Vote, “2000 Mules” offers two types of evidence: geotracking and video. The geotracking evidence, based on a database of 10 trillion cell phone pings, exposes an elaborate network of paid professional operatives called mules delivering fraudulent and illegal votes to mail-in dropboxes in the five key states where the election was decided.  Video evidence, obtained from official surveillance cameras installed by the states themselves, confirms the geotracking evidence. 

The movie concludes by exploring numerous ways to prevent the fraud from happening again.

Representative Mark Finchem, now in his 4th and final term (due to Arizona’s term limits) is running for Secretary of State.  Mark and gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake have filed a lawsuit alleging that the vote counting machines used in Arizona aren’t reliable. The civil complaint states that the counting machines “can be manipulated through internal or external intrusion to alter votes and vote tallies.” This is based on the report by contractors hired by the Arizona Senate to review Maricopa County’s 2020 election results and procedures.  The lawsuit was filed against officials in Pima and Maricopa counties.

Mark will speak after the movie to provide an update on his fight to ensure Election Integrity in Arizona.

This screening is being sponsored by Republicans of the Red Rocks. The film is not representative of the views of the Sedona International Film Festival and/or Mary D. Fisher Theatre, and the festival bears no responsibility for its message and views.