Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Funded a group that placed drop boxes throughout Georgia. The drop boxes are a great way to commit voter fraud. One drop box in Georgia received 1,900 votes over a three-day weekend.
However, the video of the dropbox shows that only 24 people went to that box over that time period. That means at best 1,873 of those votes were legal since Georgia law says that ballot harvesting is illegal.
This is ironclad proof that at least some voter fraud took place.
True the Vote says that they have videos of 202 people unloading knapsacks full of votes into drop boxes. True the Note is meeting in Atlanta today and they are promising to release the videos in the near future.
The problem is the SOS of Georgia, Brad Raffensperger is a Democrat who identifies as a Republican and he has been working overtime to prevent an honest look at the 2020 election. Here we have proof of fraud and it is unlikely he will pursue it.
Former Rep. Jack Kingston went on Newsmax on Tuesday and broke this news.
Former Rep. Jack Kingston: I know of one dropbox in Georgia that is being looked at. The dropbox averaged 6,000(?) ballots a day. Yet over Columbus Weekend, a three-day weekend, 19,000 (1,900) votes were counted. But surveillance shows that only 24 people went to the dropbox. You can’t have that kind of ballot harvesting in the state of Georgia. So we have to look into this.
Breitbart reported on this investigation in August–
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The document says that True The Vote has spent the last several months since late last year collecting more than 27 terabytes of geospatial and temporal data—a total of 10 trillion cell phone pings—between Oct. 1 and Nov. 6 in targeted areas in Georgia, Arizona, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Texas. The data includes geofenced points of interest like ballot dropbox locations, as well as UPS stores and select government, commercial, and non-governmental organization (NGO) facilities.
“From this we have thus far developed precise patterns of life for 242 suspected ballot traffickers in Georgia and 202 traffickers in Arizona,” True The Vote’s document says. “According to the data, each trafficker went to an average of 23 ballot dropboxes.”
In other words, what the document says is that True The Vote was able to take cell phone ping data on a mass wide scale and piece together that several people—suspected ballot harvesters—were making multiple trips to multiple drop boxes, raising potential legal questions in a number of these states.