On Sunday, President Trump called on his supporters to carefully review the data presented in True the Vote’s newest report examining evidence about illegal ballot harvesting in the United States.
“Everybody go out and study True the Vote and all of the information about illegal ballot harvesting, millions of votes, that’s coming out next week,” he said in an official statement made through his Save America PAC.
True the Vote, whose stated mission is to “keep elections free and fair,” has been working since 2009 to advocate for election integrity.
After the 2020 presidential election, reports and evidence regarding staggering election fraud and irregularities surfaced in key swing states like Wisconsin, Michigan, Georgia, and Arizona. These reports have brought election integrity to the forefront of the political conversation.
Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips discussed the results of True the Vote’s newest investigation with conservative pundit and talk show host Charlie Kirk in April. In the interview, they confirmed that they had identified an estimated 4.8 million ballots trafficked in swing states.
In his statement on the report, President Trump remarked, “When a thief robs a jewelry store and gets caught, they have to give back the jewelry. Think of it: the election was rigged and stolen, we found out how, and Republican leadership doesn’t want to do anything about it.”
He added that Americans cannot “think to the future” until “we solve the past because it will just happen again.”
True the Votes’ investigation merged with filmmaker and conservative pundit Dinesh D’Souza’s documentary about ballot trafficking, “2000 Mules.”
Trump commented that anyone who examines the report from True the Vote and the information presented in the film “will come away a different person, and say to yourself that our Country’s elections are run worse than those of a third world nation.”