True the Vote urges voters: ‘If you see something, say something’

by Timothy Frudd

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True the Vote is urging Americans to be vigilant ahead of the November midterm elections, warning citizens Wednesday to be on the lookout for voter fraud.

With less than two weeks before the election, True the Vote has been actively reminding Americans of the ways they can contribute to defending the integrity of U.S. elections.

In an advertisement on Truth Social, the organization said, “Less than two weeks to go! If you see something, say something!”

True the Vote also provided the number for the election integrity hotline, which is 855-585-2022. The Truth Social advertisement added, “If you’ve witnessed election fraud, manipulation or illegal action, visit”

Dinesh D’Souza, director of the “2000 Mules” documentary on ballot harvesting and election fraud, shared another announcement by True the Vote on Wednesday, urging Americans to watch drop boxes on Election Day closely.

“It is not a crime to watch a drop box,” the True the Vote post stated. “If you are arrested, immediately call your attorney, or the group you’re working with, or True the Vote.”

Like President Donald Trump, True the Vote and D’Souza have repeatedly urged Americans to be aware of election fraud and hold accountable elected officials who compromise the integrity of U.S. elections. Despite being discredited by the mainstream media and the left, both D’Souza and True the Vote continue to fight for election integrity and bring attention to the issue in the months leading up to the November midterms.

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