True the Vote, an election integrity group investigating illegal ballot harvesting in the 2020 election, revealed shocking insight into their ballot trafficking probe that will soon come to light in an upcoming film.
Founder Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Philips of True the Vote sat down for an interview with political commentator Charlie Kirk to address the question on everyone’s mind: was there organized ballot trafficking in the 2020 election, and was it enough to swing the election?
Despite dismissive attempts by Democrats and some Republican leaders to convince voters that the 2020 election was secure, True the Vote’s extensive investigation into nationwide ballot trafficking proves otherwise.
Using tracking technology aimed to pinpoint the ballot traffickers, or “mules,” and through open records requests, the election integrity group could locate areas of trafficking and acquire the surveillance videos needed to confirm illegal activity.
The group also obtained chain of custody documents used to analyze what a day was like at a certain dropbox, which unveiled spikes in ballots at specific times.
“This is how money laundering works,” Philips said. “This is not just a one-off thing, this is not some Democrat activist that really wanted Trump gone and might have had a couple friends do this. This was a machine.”
The group aired a surveillance video showing one of their 2,000 mules illegally stuffing a drop box with multiple ballots in broad daylight in Gwinnett County, Georgia.
Other surveillance footage shows two more mules trafficking ballots in the same drop box on the same day in the Peach State.
Philips confirmed that footage dated Oct. 11 through Oct. 12 shows that 270 individuals went to the Georgia drop box, yet 1,962 ballots were recorded on the chain of custody documents, with no explanation of where the discrepancies came from.
Based on True the Vote’s probe into key swing states, including Georgia, Arizona, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania, crucial evidence reveals Pennsylvania saw the most ballot trafficking.
Engelbrecht characterized the 2020 election as “lawless,” citing roughly 4.8 million ballots trafficked in just the key swing states.
When asked if the evidence found was enough to swing the 2020 election, Engelbrecht and Philips affirmed it was.
More bombshells are set to drop in the “2000 Mules” film, and True the Vote has promised to publicly release its findings following the May premier.