This could be the start of something yuuuggeee. The Yuma County law enforcement raided an NGO and confiscated all of the electronic equipment from one woman and then they also raided her home. In 2000 Mules they revealed that NGOs had hired mules to gather votes and stuff the ballot boxes. That seems to mean that the investigation was started because of the movie, especially considering they started the investigation right after the premiere.
The Yuma County Sheriff and the Yuma County Recorder opened an investigation, looking into impersonation fraud, false registrations, duplicate voting, and fraudulent use of absentee ballots. They seem to be taking it seriously, unlike the worthless AG Mark Brnovich. No wonder he went from being up by fifteen to being down by one now. If he didn’t do his job as the Attorney General, why would you believe he would do his job as a US Senator?
The far-left dark money nonprofit Arizona Mirror reported:
The film alleges that by using geolocation data purchased by the filmmakers they were able to track “ballot mules” to drop boxes where they falsely allege the “mules” were paid to stuff the boxes with completed ballots. The practice, pejoratively referred to as ballot harvesting, is illegal in Arizona and many other states.
Wilmot announced last week that his office and the county recorder’s office are investigating voting fraud cases from 2020, but there is no indication that any of the cases involve the movie’s claims. Instead, YCSO said the cases include impersonation fraud, false registrations, duplicate voting and fraudulent use of absentee ballots.
This is what the entire lamestream press is doing. They are trying to discredit the movie, but once you see it, no one convinces you the 2020 election was fair. They make the absurd claim that cell phone pings are totally unreliable. They should tell that to the FBI because that is how they were able to round up so many political prisoners.
David Lara told The Gateway Pundit:
Yesterday morning, there was, and it went on all day, I don’t know if it’s still going on right now. But there was a sting operation in San Luis. And there was a nonprofit, they got a visit. One of the employees was now I don’t know for a fact, if she was arrested, or if she was notified to appear in court. The only thing I do know is that they went to her job in that nonprofit. They had a search warrant. They confiscated her electronic devices, then went to her house. They searched this woman’s house.
There’s been a lot of people that have been interviewed and my sources who are very reliable tell me that several people they have interviewed already sounded like tweety birds. They sang.
This is great news because if people talk, we should be able to find out where the money came from and then find out if they funded other states as well.