D’Souza tweeted this morning, alleging that both Tucker Carlson and Newsmax dictated what Catherine Engelbrecht, who provided research for D’Souza’s new film, could and could not say on their air.
Engelbrecht founded True the Vote, an anti-voter fraud group, in 2009.
As Newsweek reports:
D’Souza also accused Newsmax of “blocking coverage” of the film.
The film alleges that widespread voter fraud took place during the 2020 presidential election, something that Trump and some of his closest allies have continued to say since he left office more than a year ago. However, many organizations have debunked the claims and the Department of Homeland Security called the 2020 presidential election “the most secure in American history.”
The documentary, which was released last week, claims “mules,” paid or unpaid political operatives, placed ballots in multiple vote drop boxes, which were used to make voting easier during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Neither Fox News nor Newsmax has responded to requests for comment.