Bill Barr Belly Laughs at 2000 Mules Documentary


Former Attorney General Bill Barr, who once talked of the serious potential fraud of mail-in balloting, had a good belly laugh over the 2000 Mules documentary that showed potential ballot harvesters stuffing Zuckerboxes and other drop boxes.

He didn’t mention the, in some cases, illegally altered laws that helped Biden or the hundreds of millions poured into Democratic districts by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

We now find out that CISA believes the Dominion voting machines are hackable and should not be used. They have serious issues.

Barr did once admit the election was rigged thanks to media influence. The hiding of the Hunter laptop data, in particular, amounts to rigging.


DailyMail reports that former Attorney General Bill Barr said Donald Trump was “detached from reality” and that his claims of voter fraud in the aftermath of the 2020 election were ‘bulls***, in testimony shown Monday by the House committee investigating the January 6 violence.

Trump’s former top legal officer described how he repeatedly told the president his allegations were false.

Barr shared how Trump gave him a copy of a report by cybersecurity firm Allied Security Operations Group on allegations about the Dominion voting machines and declared the information was “nonsense”, “idiotic” and “bullshit.”

“I was somewhat demoralized because I thought boy, if he really believes this stuff, he has, you know, lost contact with… he’s become detached from reality,” Barr testified, adding, “My opinion then and my opinion now is that the election was not stolen by fraud.”

Barr didn’t think much of 2000 Mules by conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza.


“And I haven’t seen anything since the election that changes my mind on that, including the ‘2000 Mules’ movie,’ he said, breaking into laughter.

Barr then testified on why he was “unimpressed” by the 2000 Mules film.


D’Souza fired back in response to Barr’s comments, tweeting, “The level of ignorance displayed by Bill Barr here is truly stunning. He doesn’t seem to understand the very concept of geotracking. I’ll address this in detail on my podcast tomorrow.”

In another tweet, D’Souza added, “If geotracking is as useless as #BillBarr says, how come it’s being used to establish the precise location of Jan. 6 protesters? Not merely whether they are inside or outside the building but how many feet inside or outside the door? Can the fat man explain this without laughing?”

“Bill Barr is the stereotypical small-town sheriff, overweight and largely immobile, whose rank incompetence results in the whole town being robbed from under his nose. Then, asked to explain how it happened, Fatso breaks into laughter and insists the robbery itself is “bullshit”,” D’Souza added.

“I’d be happy to appear before the committee and debunk all the debunkers. Let’s settle the issue of who’s perpetrating a “big lie” through open debate,” D’Souza offered.

“Anyone who knows anything about geotracking—I don’t mean you—can see what an ignoramus Barr is on the topic. A fat guy laughing doesn’t quite substitute for expertise on this topic!” D’Souza declared in another tweet.

“With Bill Barr and Liz Cheney ranting today about the documentary, it’s a perfect occasion to watch “2000 Mules” and see for yourself what the brouhaha is about,” D’Souza suggested.


“Former A.G. Bill Barr, a RINO if there ever was one, didn’t have the courage or stamina to go after voter fraud – Was afraid he was going to be impeached. NO GUTS, NO GLORY!!!” he wrote.

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Mark Schwendau
9 months ago

Barr and Pence were not part of the solution so they are part of the problem.

9 months ago

barr provides a cammila harris belly cackle, they are cut from the same bolt of cloth

9 months ago

Dumbshit Barr fails to mention the data collected in 2000 Mules was collected by trained ex US military intelligence.

The Prisoner
The Prisoner
9 months ago

All Barr does is deny and ridicule. In serious hearings, that is not how an official behaves. He cannot cite investigative details because he never examined details. The reason is he knew the election was stolen and he was defensive, he could not allow evidence to come to his attention, because that establishes a record of his awareness. So he can say he has seen not evidence of fraud. He does not consider a movie evidence since the DOJ has not examined it.

People are citing his careful use of words. He often says the election was not stolen by fraud. Some say he is speaking in legalese, that he is defining fraud in a legal way which excludes it from the ballot dumping and other activities such as machine manipulation.

tom james
tom james
9 months ago

Barr clearly expects the gravitas of his former position as AG-USA to substitute for actual evidence.
Just like he did when he stated, on Dec 20, 2020, that the DOJ had seen no evidence of election fraud….in spite of the fact that evidence such as 500+ sworn affidavits attesting to fraud, hours of video tape, mountains of statistical impossibilities, and multitudes of Dominion irregularities were already on file.
Based on that, Barr has already proven himself to be a blatant liar…so why are we still listening to him?