The results of November’s presidential election have sparked widespread allegations of voter fraud and ballot irregularities. Such concerns have been raised frequently by former President Donald Trump and many of his political allies.
Now, an election integrity firm is asserting that it has uncovered evidence of “ballot trafficking” on a major scale in connection with the recent election.
“We mapped the travel patterns”
True the Vote claims to have identified suspicious patterns of movements around drop boxes that suggest an organized ballot-stuffing scheme. The group cited cellphone data in reaching its conclusion.
In a press release, True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht described the evidence as “overwhelming.”
Although her statement offered few details, she verified that a prior Breitbart article on the matter was accurate and that “ballot trafficking will soon be exposed on a massive scale.”
The group began its probe into the election with the aim of finding evidence of voter fraud. Since ballot tampering is often difficult to prove, Engelbrecht said the investigators were focused on “trackable, provable data trails” including the alleged ballot trafficking.
“Using mobile and GPS data, we mapped the travel patterns of ballot traffickers to ballot dropboxes,” she asserted.
“Serve the greater good”
Thus far, True the Vote has identified 242 suspected ballot traffickers in Georgia and another 202 in Arizona. Based on an analysis of 10 trillion cellphone pings in battleground states, the alleged traffickers are accused of stopping at an average of 23 ballot dropboxes each.
As an example of one suspected trafficker’s route in Georgia, Engelbrecht claimed that it “included stops at 5 organizations and 27 individual ballot drop boxes, traveling across 6 counties.”
Furthermore, True the Vote reports that it has cross-referenced the data with more than 100,000 surveillance videos, some of which allegedly show individuals stuffing dropboxes full of ballots.
As for the group’s forthcoming report, Engelbrecht asserted that the analysis will expose “the exploitation of America’s election,” noting that it would “serve the greater good” to withhold the findings for now.
Meanwhile, Democrats and many in the media continue their effort to suppress doubt about the legitimacy of President Joe Biden’s win in November. It appears that many Americans nevertheless continue to question the election results.