An election integrity group has been conducting a clandestine investigation of the 2020 election since last December. That group has uncovered mountains of evidence that they say conclusively proves what we all suspected about the contest between the most popular president in modern history, and a guy who hid in his basement all last year. This is bigger than the Arizona audit results, which are expected to drop any day now (the audit team reportedly has COVID). The group has gathered evidence in Georgia, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Texas, Wisconsin and Michigan. This is hyuuuuge!
The group conducting the clandestine election fraud investigation is one you may have heard of: True the Vote.
Full disclosure: I briefly worked with the folks at True the Vote for a couple of weeks on a project that took place about 6 or 7 years ago. I found them to be honest and kind people, with a high level of professionalism and integrity.
True the Vote has been investigating all of those ballot “drop boxes” that were suddenly adopted in areas that illegally implemented mass mail-in voting last year. Get a load of the mountains of data that True the Vote has been gathering, compiling, analyzing and turning over to state and federal law enforcement agencies.
They’ve collected approximately 10 trillion cell phone “pings.” This data provides geospatial and temporal data of specific points of interest such as: Ballot drop box locations, UPS stores, post offices, and some commercial and NGO office locations. You might be wondering what good that data does anyone. Nothing, by itself.
But then, True the Vote has also been submitting Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests for surveillance video of ballot drop boxes. There’s supposed to be a surveillance camera pointed directly at every ballot drop box to help ensure the integrity of the ballots. And since that video is shot on taxpayer-provided cameras, anyone can get access to those videos.
True the Vote collected one petabyte of video surveillance data, which works out to about 2 million minutes of video. And they’ve been cross referencing the video files with the cell phone ping data of suspected ballot traffickers.
True the Vote founder Catherine Englebrecht says, “From this we have thus far developed precise patterns of life for 242 suspected ballot traffickers in Georgia and 202 traffickers in Arizona. According to the data, each trafficker went to an average of 23 ballot drop boxes.”
“Patterns of life” is a curious phrase, don’t you think? The ballot traffickers have been found – thanks to all that cell phone data – to have traveled and visited with postal workers, NGOs and others with access to ballots. And then after picking up batches of pre-filled Biden ballots from those individuals and locations, they proceeded to drive to the ballot drop boxes and stuff them full of Biden votes.
Again: They’ve got video and cell phone evidence of 242 traffickers in Georgia and 202 in Arizona. Each one visited an average of 23 ballot drop boxes to stuff them full of ballots.
That’s an awfully big, coordinated effort to steal an election. As for the data from the other states True the Vote is investigating, it looks like they have been stalled by state or local governments that are refusing to release video of the drop boxes.
But what they’ve uncovered so far is massive. Cell phone data combined with video is rock-solid evidence that would convince any jury of a person’s guilt. (I’ve seen murder cases solved like this, with cell phone data alone.)
This is too compelling for state and local law enforcement to continue to ignore it. True the Vote has gathered publicly accessible cell phone data and video evidence of voter fraud on a mass scale. There’s nothing esoteric or confusing about this – you don’t have to have a degree in computer science to even understand what they’re talking about (like with Mike Lindell’s cyber-evidence). We may finally start to see some more concrete actions from state and local governments, once True the Vote releases its full findings. It’s about time!