Investigator’s Account Deleted By Microsoft Just Days Before Revealing Probe Findings

( )- Dinesh D’Souza’s latest documentary hit select theaters on Monday, and just days before its premiere, the election security investigator featured in the documentary found his LinkedIn account temporarily restricted.

Big shocker.

Big Tech and the American corporate media will never stop trying to silence those who expose provable evidence of fraud during the 2020 election.

D’Souza’s film, “2000 Mules,” delves into the results of a multi-year investigation conducted by the election integrity group, True The Vote.

Using 4 million minutes of ballot drop-box surveillance footage as well as cell phone GPS geo-tracking data, True The Vote was able to identify and track hundreds of “mules” who made multiple trips to drop boxes around their states to dump in stacks of mail-in ballots.

In Atlanta, True the Vote identified 242 “mules” that, on average, were dumping ballots in 24 different drop boxes. But that pales in comparison to Philadelphia where True The Vote was able to identify over 1,100 “mules.”

In the trailer for the film, True The Vote founder, Catherine Engelbrecht tells D’Souza that True The Vote worked with a man named Gregg Phillips whom Engelbrecht described as having “a deep background in election intelligence.”

Gregg Phillips described the surveillance footage compiled by True The Vote as “the largest store of election intelligence for the 2020 elections in the world.”

Watch the trailer HERE.

And last week, Phillips discovered that LinkedIn had restricted access to his account “temporarily” for violating its terms of service.

On Saturday, there will be a virtual premiere of “2000 Mules” where up to 250,000 can purchase tickets to watch the film online. For more information about the online premiere and on the film itself, go HERE.