True The Vote, a conservative election integrity group, has been running a months-long clandestine voter fraud investigation into the 2020 presidential election, the results of which may soon start coming out, according to Breitbart News.
Catherine Engelbrecht, the group’s founder, distributed a document to possible donors that details some of what’s been going on in the investigation. The investigation surrounds a concept what the group describes as the collection of phone GPS ping data at specific hotspots around the country, including Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, and Pennsylvania.
The plan is actually genius.
Using cell phone pings is a way of determining an approximate location of someone by using a method of cell tower triangulation or by using cell phone GPS information. If you are carrying a cell phone, your phone is pinging against the nearest cell phone tower and that data is stored, believe it or not. If you go from one location to another, your phone could be pinging to more than one cell phone tower. Using the GPS location information of the pings that are stored can give an idea of where you are at any given time. We know where the towers are located and so that information based against the geo information contained in the ping data gives a good indication of where you are and where you went.
Breitbart reached out to Engelbrecht, who confirmed the authenticity of the document but left it at that and didn’t give any extra details for the moment.
The document shows that the group spent months collecting over 27 terabytes of geospatial and temporal data which amounted to 10 trillion cell phone pings, between October 1 and November 6 of 2020 in targeted areas inside Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Wisconsin.
The data includes geofenced areas of activity like UPS stores, ballot drop box locations, and specific commercial, government, and non-government organization facilities.
“From this we have thus far developed precise patterns of life for 242 suspected ballot traffickers in Georgia and 202 traffickers in Arizona,” The document pushed by True The Vote shows. “According to the data, each trafficker went to an average of 23 ballot drop boxes.”
See what I mean? Genius!
Here’s what it comes down to. True The Vote was able to use a mass wide scale of cell phone ping data to put together a profile that several people who are suspected ballot harvesters were running numerous trips to multiple drop boxes, which raises some legal concerns in a number of states.
Ballot harvesting is when party operatives go around and get mail-in ballots from people with the intention of delivering them to ballot boxes for them. No one knows what happens to the ballot between the time the harvester grabs it and when it’s dropped off.
The document also states that the group has gathered video surveillance on the drop boxes in Georgia and is currently pursuing similar video surveillance from other states. The document lists that True The Vote collected a petabyte of surveillance video on drop boxes, which comes to about 2 million minutes of video, broken down into 73,000 separate video files. Like Project Veritas, in the coming weeks, True The Vote will start releasing some of the videos that allegedly show the same people showing up multiple times to the same drop boxes.
“We are building out video stories and have compiled videos of individuals stuffing ballot drop boxes with stacks of ballots, individuals depositing ballots in multiple drop boxes, unauthorized coordination between government workers engaged in the exchange of ballots, and several other tranches of video that capture unusual patterns such as the wearing of gloves to deposit ballots, taking pictures of ballot deposits, etc.,” the from True The Vote’s says.
For states outside of Georgia, the document notes that video surveillance status is unclear at the moment, stating, “Video availability in other states is undetermined; open records requests submitted consistently since January continue to be met with conflicting communications and stalls.” In other words, Democrats in those states don’t want to comply with requests because it may prove they cheated in the 2020 election.
True The Vote says it has three teams of analysts going through the raw ping data and video surveillance footage putting together individual stories and looking for trends. The group has been in contact with state and federal law enforcement to expose what they found so far. Since we no longer live in America,land of the free and home of the brave, how the law enforcement types respond will depend on if they are Democrat or not.
What’s interesting is that True The Vote’s work product is coming while several election audits are going on like the one in Arizona where Democrats are denying any wrongdoing and claiming illegal ballot harvesting never happened.
There are other groups out there still pushing to get to the truth of what happened during the 2020 election, because no one with a three-digit IQ believes Joe Biden defeated Donald Trump over 84 million votes. Mike Lindell, the MyPillow CEO, has been a force to be reckoned with, spending a lot of his own capital on hiring data and systems experts to capture and analyze 2020 election voter data.
Mike Lindell right now has a special sale going on at MyPillow.com and if you use the promo code FS726 you can get one of his famous pillows for just $19.99. They are normally $59.99 so hurry!
The 2020 election sparked a rise in election integrity laws in red states that Democrats are labeling, you guessed it, racist, even though it’s proven that election integrity laws make it easier for everyone to vote while making it more difficult to cheat.
Look for True The Vote to drop the videos soon.