True the Vote has released a video of a woman who stuffed the same drop box four times in two days. This occurred in Detroit, Michigan. On her first trip, she tried to put the entire pile of votes in the box which is designed to accept one ballot at a time. She tore open one of the envelopes in that effort. Later that day, she returned to that box with a single envelope. If I had to take a guess, she had somehow replaced the torn envelope.
Although it is important to find, prosecute, and send to prison the ballot harvesters, it is much more important to find out who financed this enormous operation. They were paying anywhere from $10 dollars to $40 dollars per vote. And the fact that there were extremely similar ballot harvesting going on in every battleground state means this could lead to conspiracy charges or even treason.
On a third trip to the same box, she appeared with another large stack of votes just 26 minutes later, which makes me suspect that the woman is only a mule. Either that or she was manufacturing the votes herself. Those are the only two explanations I can find for making deposits so close together.
The next day she appeared at the drop box again, but there was a red Toyota truck ahead of her and they appeared to be taking pictures of the drop box and the building where the drop box was housed. The truck then pulled away and the lady had a huge stack of ballots that she dumped into the box.
Last night, the 2000 Mules investigators, True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips, appeared at an event hosted by MCC in Troy, MI. where they discussed how they were able to use extremely precise and accurate geo-location data of thousands of ballot “mules” to uncover a massive voter fraud scheme that was used across America, and particularly in swing states that flipped for Biden in the wee hours of the morning on the day after the November 2020 election. Engelbrecht and Phillips expressed the importance of everyday citizens obtaining dropbox footage from the 2020 election before the 22-month federal deadline for retaining and preserving election records and data.
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