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Fascism is as fascist does
(Don Polson, Red Bluff Daily News) Original title: “Rope-a-dope works.” The “2000 Mules” documentary supports the assertion of widespread, but localized (to urban/Democrat areas in swing states) vote fraud. I mentioned it anticipating a challenge; it provides such overwhelming evidence of coordinated “vote trafficking” operations in swing states, as to refute doubters.
Saying that “2000 Mules” has been “debunked” is like the line in “Princess Bride”: “You keep using that word; I don’t think it means what you think it means.” In that movie, Vizzini repeatedly says that it’s “inconceivable” that something that just happened, happened. Leftists quote progressive thought-leaders or left-leaning news/opinion sources—with questionable reasoning and partial- or half-truths—to provide “talking points” to “push back” against conservatives. It’s how they roll.
“Debunkers” of “2000 Mules” use the fallacious assertion that cell phones don’t provide accurate enough geo-location data to prove that a “vote-trafficking mule” went to multiple voting “drop boxes” to deposit a bunch of ballots of unknown or questionable authenticity. They might have been driving, or walking, by drop box locations.
Disproving that narrative: Cell phone location technology is used—by the FBI and other law enforcement, even in civil lawsuits—to prove that a defendant was in fact at a location they denied being. Or to prove that a suspect was nowhere near the crime scene at the time. Some prosecutions of Jan. 6 defendants used it to place them in the Capitol when the riots occurred (or didn’t)…Read the rest