Conservative commentator and author Dinesh D’Souza is having the release of the book version of his film 2000 Mules pushed back to October after it was recalled due to a “significant error” within the text, Mediaite reports.
“There is an elaborate sausage-making process that goes into a book,” D’Souza wrote on Twitter this Tuesday — the day the book was supposed to be released.
“Somehow a significant error got missed by the publisher. It is now corrected but my book ‘2000 Mules’ is pushed back to October. The book is explosive so I’m glad it’s being done right,” he continued, adding, “It will be worth the wait!”
A blurb for the book on Amazon reads: “With eyewitness testimony and the pinpoint precision and analytic sophistication of the forensic technique of geotracking, D’Souza demonstrates how an already corrupt system put in place by Democratic Party hacks and ‘community organizers’ was taken over and supercharged by national-level operatives to produce massive voter fraud.”
D’Souza claims that Democrats hired “mules” in the 2020 election to collect and repeatedly drop off ballots at the same dropbox over and over — a claim that has been debunked by fact checkers.
The movie was screened at Mar-a-Lago, prompting former President Trump to praise it as revealing the “great election fraud.”
D’Souza’s publisher, Regnery Publishing, confirmed the recall but did not reveal any further details as to what the “significant error” was.