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May 13, 2022
With the renewed focus surrounding election integrity that has been spurred on by the new film "2000 Mules," it’s important to focus on the real-world effects that the film is having. To that end, in Arizona, a sheriff's office has officially launched an investigation into alleged election fraud. And according to their released statement, they already have 16 open cases. Furthermore, the ballot mule whistleblower who was featured in the film (the one who said that she might’ve dropped off close to a hundred ballots) looks like she is cooperating with the investigation. Meanwhile, in Michigan, there is a different type of investigation. Both Michigan State Police and officials with Michigan’s attorney general's office took custody of a voting machine as a part of their investigation into possible voting breaches. Resources: 🔵 Sekur: 🔵 Epoch TV: 🔵 Arizona Investigation: 🔵 Yuma Sheriff Website: 🔵 Michigan Investigation: Stay tuned for our newsletter so you won’t miss out on our exclusive videos and private events. Listen to Podcasts: iTunes Podcast: Spotify Podcast: Google Podcast: Click the “Save” button below the video to access it later on “My List” Follow Facts Matter on social media: Twitter: Truth Social: Gettr: Gab: Telegram: Instagram: @epoch.times.roman Follow EpochTV on social media: Facebook: Twitter: Rumble: Gettr: Gab: Telegram: Parler:
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