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Gregg Phillips: The First Two Dominoes Have Fallen; AZ Raids, Rolled On Bosses, 100% Real!


It’s happening ladies and gentlemen…

According to Gregg Phillips, featured in 2,000 mules, the Gateway Pundit, and even leftist media outlets, NGOs in Yuma County have been raided in connection to an ongoing investigation into the voter fraud which rocked the 2020 election.

Sources explain that electronic devices were seized, NGO personnel were interviewed, and homes were raided in connection to the probe.

The Gateway Pundit featured a conversation which indicates that those personnel who were interviewed “sang like canaries”…

Leftist outlets are denying that the raids by law enforcement are a direct result of the documentary film, but the raids literally occurred roughly 1 week after the film aired nationally.

The first dominos are starting to fall, and I think that the rest of this year should be very interesting, take a look:

According to The Gateway Pundit:

Yesterday morning, there was, and it went on all day, I don’t know if it’s still going on right now. But there was a sting operation in San Luis.

And there was a nonprofit, they got a visit. One of the employees was now I don’t know for a fact, if she was arrested, or if she was notified to appear in court.

The only thing I do know is that they went to her job in that nonprofit. They had a search warrant. They confiscated her electronic devices, then went to her house. They searched this woman’s house.



The American Spectator, writes:

2,000 Mules is a compelling election-integrity whodunit. Visually reminiscent of Tony Scott’s thriller Enemy of the State, this film uses state-of-the-art technology to prove that the 2020 presidential election was stained, if not fully stolen, through the lowest-tech means: stuffed ballot boxes.


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