2000 MULES: The Dark-Money Group You’ve Never Heard Of
True The Vote’s evidence, along with Dinesh D’souza’s film 2000 Mules has helped awaken the American public to the possibility that the 2020 election was rigged. The potential fraud may have happened via a MASSIVE “ballot trafficking cartel”. And although we know WHAT happened, there are still many questions left unanswered. Americans are scratching their heads, wondering how 810,000 illegal votes could have been cast in a single election.
This type of undertaking would require a tremendous number of resources, as well as tens of thousands of willing participants… So, this begs the question; who could pull this off, while also going completely unnoticed?
Yes, we know one of the main culprits was the “Center for Tech and Civic life”, a non-profit funded by Mark Zuckerberg. We know that this dark money group targeted key areas, and bribed politicians with millions of dollars. The CTCL provided the drop boxes and the infrastructure which ALLOWED the fraud to happen. But that still doesn’t answer several questions.
Where do these mules come from? How were the ballots obtained? And how did the mules get paid?
Fueled by the desire to answer these questions, I charged headfirst down a rabbit trail of research into various non-profits, and the "philanthropic consultancy" agencies that manage them. And in the midst of obsessively pulling at this thread, along came 2000 Mules.
The movie by Dinesh D’souza featured a particular scene in which Dinesh sat down for an interview with someone from “The Capital Research Center”. From this discussion, came a list of the most influential dark money and non-profit groups that helped steal the 2020 election.
Now, bear in mind, I was under the assumption that I had heard it all before. I assumed that by now, I’d learned all of the major players involved in the stolen election. However, when the Capital Research Center named a group which funneled over 400 million into the 2020 election, ON TOP of the 350 million donated by the CTCL, I was stunned.
…How did I not know about this?
So, needless to say, I decided to go home and dig into this group and…
Ladies and Gentlemen… We’ve Found the Mothership!
Allow me to introduce to you, the most powerful liberal lobbying force in Washington DC. By the end of this article, you’ll understand the ins and outs of one group in particular which played an even LARGER role than the CTCL in the stolen 2020 election and is most likely the driving force behind 2000 mules!
The Capital Research Center, where much of the following research originates once said; "Wherever Arabella’s involved, you’re sure to find the Left’s deepest pockets and top operatives."
Founded in 2005 by a Clinton administration staffer Eric Kessler, Arabella Advisors is a Washington, D.C.-based "philanthropic consultancy" with roughly 150 employees. Several employees have also been linked with the Biden administration. It’s also worth noting that Marc Elias of Perkins Coie is Arabella’s attorney.
Amidst criticism from various media pundits, Kessler has always assured that this group is completely apolitical. However, Capital Researchers have discovered that Arabella caters ONLY to left-leaning clients.
Arabella manages four foundations that anonymously funnel MILLIONS of dollars every year toward various left leaning nonprofits. But, not in the typical fashion. Essentially, what these four foundations do is pump money into various “pop up” activist groups, help them gain temporary power, and then dispose of them once their goals are accomplished.
"All four nonprofits managed by Arabella Advisors, primarily exists to sponsor a number of “fake” groups: websites designed to look like standalone nonprofits. These “fake” groups rarely become fully-fledged nonprofits; instead, they typically exist to effect an issue advocacy campaign pushing left-wing policies and disappear after the campaign is finished."
For example, Arabella funded a “pop-up” non-profit Demand Justice which is hell bent on packing the Supreme Court. Demand Justice spent $5 million dollars opposing Trump’s SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh, and then went on to find a $1 million dollar ad campaign to install Kentaji Jackson. By a sheer coincidence, Biden’s SCOTUS nominee Kentaji Jackson happens to appear on Demand Justice’s list of potential nominees.
Oh, and by the way, Jen Psaki worked as a communications consultant for Demand Justice just prior to becoming White House Press secretary.
Arabella's Deep Pockets
"In a single year (2020) this dark money network more than doubled its revenues, from $731 million in 2019 to a stunning $1.68 billion.
⦁ 2019 Revenues: $730,540,020
⦁ 2020 Revenues: $1,676,151,019"
(No one has a clue who the major donors were, because this is all done anonymously).
Now get this. Just as shocking as their revenue was the amount of money Arabella spent! The four foundations managed by Arabella paid out $1.2 Billion in grants to "left-leaning non-profits in 2020. Roughly 900 million went directly to groups known to be active in rigging elections.
The Big Four
Since Arabella's founding in 2005, the following four groups have dumped roughly $3.3 billion into countless “pop up” non-profits and community organizers.
The four foundations are as follows.
1) The Sixteen Thirty Fund
Taken directly from their website, The Sixteen Thirty Fund’s key areas of focus are "advancing equity and racial justice", and "strengthening our democracy". One of their closest partners The Fairness Project helps get progressive initiatives related to "social, racial, and economic justice" onto the ballot.
Politico called The Sixteen Thirty Fund a “massive ‘dark money’ group that boosted Democrats”.
“Sixteen Thirty Fund’s total 2020 fundraising came to nearly $390 million —Half of the haul came from just four donors, who gave contributions of $86.2 million, $52.7 million (in the form of stock), $45.7 million and $45 million.”
(Again, no one has a clue who the major donors were, because this is all done anonymously).
2) The New Venture Fund
Venture Fund is a sister to, and shares a similar agenda to The Sixteen Thirty Fund. Bill and Melinda Gates are its largest donors and reports indicate that between 2009 and 2021 the New Venture Fund received over $250 million from the Gates Foundation alone. In 2020, the New Venture Fund also gave $25 million to Mark Zuckerberg's Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL), making them its second largest donor.
3) Hopewell Fund
One of the newer nonprofits managed by Arabella, it was founded in 2015 to sponsor groups that focused on expanding abortion access and criticizing Donald Trump. Hopewell funded a campaign named “HHS Watch” which published opposition research on the Trump administration.
4) The Windward Fund
Windward describes its mission as “seeking to build a more impactful environmental movement by connecting people across diverse geographies, sectors, and communities, enabling them to share expertise and resources, and providing a vehicle for effective, community-based, grassroots grant making.”
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The Sixteen Thirty, New Venture, and Hopewell Funds combined their efforts and pumped roughly 174 million toward a massive get-out-the-vote mobilization and voter registration drive initiative in the 2020 election.
Arabella is most likely the culprit behind the funding, mobilization, and organization of the thousands of ballot harvesting mules across the country. This dark-money group, which ties directly back to George Soros, the Clintons, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, is the only entity large enough, and powerful enough to pull this off.
The influence that this dark money group had in the 2020 election is incomprehensible. Yet, the majority of people have never heard of the most powerful liberal lobbying force in Washington… I think it’s time we bring them into the light, don’t you?
…Sunlight is the best disinfectant.