Scott Presler offers to recruit volunteers to watch Arizona drop boxes

by Summer Lane

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Conservative activist Scott Presler made waves on Sunday by responding to a call to action from Kari Lake, the Trump-endorsed gubernatorial front runner ahead of Arizona’s primary election.

Lake posted the following poll on Twitter: “QUESTION: If there isn’t going to be 24-Hour Video Surveillance…Would you be willing to take a shift watching a drop box to catch potential Ballot Mules in the 2022 Election?”

“Yes,” Presler replied, “& I’ll help recruit volunteers.”

Lake continued in the same thread, stating, “Scott, Since we have a Election MONTH instead of Election Day – can you come to Arizona to make sure we have ALL Shifts covered watching these Unconstitutional drop boxes? Arizona loves you!”

Among those polled on Lake’s tweet, 96 percent said they would be willing to take a shift to watch a drop box during the Arizona election.

Mail-in ballots have been the subject of controversy since the 2020 presidential election, drawing criticism from proponents of election integrity. Many drop boxes are unsecured, and, according to Dinesh D’Souza’s newest documentary, “2000 Mules,” which details the dirty underbelly of ballot trafficking, evidence suggests that many drop boxes do not have 24-hour video surveillance.

True the Vote has further contended, based on their research presented in “2000 Mules,” that ballot “mules” are people who collect ballots from non-profits or activist organizations and run them to drop boxes, sometimes in states where they do not live.

Scott Presler has been a tireless advocate for election integrity, traveling the country and, more recently, registering new voters at gas stations. RSBN previously reported that Presler has been utilizing the crushing gas prices at the pump to convince American voters to register as members of the Republican Party.

Lake’s call to action to secure Arizona elections comes on the heels of a preliminary injunction she filed in cohesion with Rep. Mark Finchem, R-Ariz., to stop voting machines from being used in the 2022 elections in the Grand Canyon State.

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