It’s been quite awhile since we’ve been privy to yet another faux-documentary by the wit and wisdom of D’Nesh D’Souza. Now, his latest release, “2000 Mules” is causing controversy and excitement everywhere it’s found.
Like the faulty and embarrassingly wrong Hillary and Obama movies before it, Mules follows a similar path. Completely geared for the large percentage of halfwit cum-donkeys who believe that the 2020 election was “rigged”, it certainly found it’s mark. Conservatives are buying it up like Trump wine.
2000 Mules refers to a shadowy clan of “liberal cheatmasters” who the movie’s heroes tracked via cell phone signals so that they would be brought to justice. However, there’s so much wrong with that idea, not to mention the actual execution, that it becomes a laughing stock.
Well, it WOULD be a laughing stock except for the fact that the actual movie features D’Souza, a guy and some silent woman sitting at a table, talking, interspersed with grainy “artist’s conception” footage. It’s like watching Crossfire while hitting yourself in the head with a hammer.
At any rate, even our resident movie nut Joe Barron was bored shitless watching this mess of a flick. And he sat through Reindeer Games. In the theater.
Yeah, so anyway, Amazon is not refusing to run it. Little fib there. Amazon doesn’t refuse anything. It’s money. Not much. But if Donald Trump can live off millions of ridiculously stupid conservatives tossing their money into a pot, so can they.
By the way, they’re overjoyed that the movie has made a million dollars. Just the cell phone data cost 3 million to get. So. Good job, dimbulbs.