Georgia ballot trafficking investigation implicates Democrats

by Timothy Frudd

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New evidence released this week of illegal ballot harvesting in the state of Georgia during the 2020 presidential election shows that ballot traffickers used the offices of Democrat officials during ballot drop runs.

The Gateway Pundit reported it shared 24 terabytes of video surveillance footage with True the Vote, an election integrity group, to use in its continued investigation into widespread ballot harvesting in the state of Georgia.

The outlet added that True the Vote is working with film producer Dinesh D’Souza to create a documentary detailing the evidence of fraud.

D’Souza is producing a film based on the video footage and information True the Vote has uncovered. The film called “2000 Mules” will show how the Democrats used ballot boxes and ballot harvesting to rig the election.

The term mules refers to people the election integrity group believes were recruited to cheat in the election.

On Sunday, Charlie Kirk, the founder of Turning Point USA, told The Gateway Pundit, “You have the surveillance video that Dinesh is using in his upcoming movie where people are coming out of the car with piles of ballots.” He added, “Illegal. You cannot do that in Georgia.”

Kirk claimed the video footage shows the same people coming “night after night after night” with “latex gloves on camera” to put ballots in drop boxes.

After discussing how True the Vote was able to investigate this evidence, Kirk presented troubling evidence that could implicate the Democrat Party. He said, “They saw that some of these mules would visit these drop boxes every night. And then go to Stacey Abrams’ headquarters and then go back to the drop boxes.”

If this newfound evidence is confirmed by the state of Georgia, it could have serious implications for the Democrat Party and results of the 2020 presidential election.

RSBN recently reported the Georgia Elections Board approved a subpoena by Raffensperger in his ballot harvesting probe. As evidence of ballot harvesting continues to pile up, the secretary of state’s January comments seem more relevant than ever: “Nationwide, there should be a law that bans ballot harvesting.”

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