MAGAt Media Stops Distributing Fake Documentary, 2000 Mules; Finally Issues an Apology:

After facing a defamation suit filed by a Georgia man, Mark Andrews, who the movie portrays as a “mule” who “illegally deposit[ed] ballots into drop boxes,” Salem Media Group, a right-wing multimedia company, (Fake News) stopped distributing its film spreading conspiracies about the 2020 election.

Andrews filed a lawsuit in October 2022 against the company, Convicted Criminal, Dinesh D’Souza, and right-wing group True the Vote, Inc. for defamation, arguing that the video footage actually shows Andrews legally dropping off ballots for himself and his family.

His lawsuit notes that despite being publicly exonerated by the Georgia Bureau of Investigations and Georgia State Elections Board back in May 2022, Andrews continues to be portrayed by the defendants as a “criminal mule.” As a result, Andrews and his family “have faced threats of violence and live in fear.”

Connecting the Dots, MAGAt Style:

On Tuesday, the court approved the dismissal of Salem Media Group as a defendant in the lawsuit. However, the case is still active against Dinesh D’Souza, D’Souza Media LLC, True the Vote, Inc. and others.

D’Souza and True the Vote, Inc. did not respond to requests for comment at the time of publishing.

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