During an interview with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson last week, True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht revealed that ballot traffickers were making frequent visits to drop boxes during the 2020 presidential election.
“In the 2020 election there were drop boxes that were put in place at a scale that had never before been seen,” she said.
Engelbrecht continued, “There were a lot of promises made about surveillance video being attached to all the drop boxes and standards being enforced. But none of that really happened on scale.”
True the Vote is an election integrity organization that has been heavily involved in investigating the reports of illegal ballot trafficking and illegal ballot harvesting in the United States throughout the 2020 election.
Dinesh D’Souza’s newly released documentary, “2000 Mules,” used data compiled by True the Vote in his investigative film that explores the reports of a nationwide ballot trafficking conspiracy.
Engelbrecht added that coronavirus pandemic restrictions regarding voting and mail-in ballots seriously changed the way that the U.S. election process was conducted in 2020. “Many of these temporary changes that were put in place because of the pandemic…those are now codified,” she said.
“So, what we decided to do was, basically, geo-fence…a digital way to put a net around each drop box,” she continued. That net was then used, True the Vote’s founder stated, to find out if a phone or a digital device had passed through that net around the drop box. This happened “an extraordinary number of times,” Engelbrecht said.
“Over the five states and the five jurisdictions that we studied…the average number of drop box visits was 38.” She added that with more video surveillance footage being released, True the Vote has been able to “match the drop box pings” with the video.
“Based upon our data, 2020 is – beyond question – that outcome would have been different,” she concluded.