Dinesh D’Stupid (new sobriquet alert!) —documentarian fabulist, fired Y’all Qaeda business school dean, serial adulterer, would-be bigamist, self-proclaimed political prisoner of the Kenyan Usurper, and convicted election fraud felon (pardoned)— much anticipated follow-up book to his
documentary fabulism 2,000 Mules, ran into a snag when the publisher —Regnery— pulped all copies of it before release, saying vaguely that there was a publishing error. The error, of course, was that they agreed to publish it at all.
NPR found a copy. Heh. Let’s skip to the chase, shall we:
D’Souza names nonprofits that he claims helped ‘steal’ the 2020 election
The central thesis of “2,000 Mules” is essentially that left-wing nonprofit groups engaged in illegal ballot trafficking and paid people (the “mules” of the title) to gather ballots and stuff dropboxes with pro-Biden votes. To build that case, “2,000 Mules” relies on True the Vote, which claims that it used cell phone location data to prove its case.
The film version of “2,000 Mules” does not name a single nonprofit that D’Souza or True the Vote allege took part in the alleged scheme, let alone give them a chance to respond to the accusation that they committed crimes.
Lawyer-up, Buttercup. You just libeled a lot of people.