Wisconsin Fox Affiliate Runs ‘2000 Mules’ Segment Despite Corporate Cold Shoulder

Green Bay area station ran screened portion of the video earlier in the week.

  • Fox 11 Green Bay reported on and screened part of the Dinesh D’Souza documentary “2000 Mules,” about election fraud, despite a lack of coverage from its parent organization, Fox News. 
  • The local news outlet published an article on their website on Tuesday and spoke about the extra showings of the film taking place in theatres in the area.
  • “I’m concerned about the last election in particular,” said Ken Glowacki of Green Bay. “When I heard Dinesh D’Souza was doing a documentary on it, I wanted to see. I want to know how the Democrats did it.”
  • The publication also addressed “fact-checking” saying that the mainstream media is “poking holes” in the the film’s content.
  • The attention-grabbing film has been largely ignored by Fox News, causing questions among conservatives about why the company has ignored the allegations made in the film.
  • In one slight exception, Fox News host Tucker Carlson invited True the Vote’s Catherine Engelbrecht to his program after “2000 Mules” premiered at Mar-a-Lago with former President Trump in Florida. But the film wasn’t discussed in the segment.
  • Recent reports indicate that FOX News would not allow Catherine Engelbrecht to mention the film. 
  • The gag order allegedly came from Fox attorneys, who were attempting to keep the film off the channel, presumably due to liability issues.