Welcome to Dropboxgate. It seems that Democrats insisted on drop boxes for a reason. It is an easy way to stuff a ballot box or actually dropboxes.
The average Democratic operative was hitting 23 boxes a night. Video allegedly shows the operatives emptying out knapsacks full of votes into the dropbox.
They have found this happening in Georgia, Arizonan Wisconsin, and several other states. Those states do not allow ballot harvesting.
There were allegedly 240 such operatives in Georgia and 202 in Arizona. They haven’t given a number for Wisconsin yet, or the other states that had stuffed dropboxes. But, I’d be willing to bet they are seeing states.
True the Vote has the video. They have said that if the police do not take action over this, they will make the video or videos public.
On Friday evening Heather Mullins from Real America’s Voice joined Steve Bannon on The War Room to discuss the video put together by the True the Vote organization:
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Heather Mullins: “This is huge… I came across a document a few months back… They have basically been collecting a bunch of geospatial data … that’s basically cellphone pings …. and creating software that can filter through this data and help them piece together what they now believe is ballot trafficking… So they collected this data over the last few months and not just in Georgia, but Arizona, Wisconsin, and several other states. In addition to that data in Georgia specifically, they have the corresponding dropbox footage because under Georgia law they’re supposed to be under surveillance. So now what they’ve been trying to piece together is to find the footage that corresponds with timestamps of these people that were going from dropbox to dropbox to dropbox. And what I’ve been told on average they visited 23-24 drop boxes (a night). So in the state of Georgia, you’re not allowed to harvest ballots; it’s illegal, so this is a crime if the Georgia Bureau of Investigations will take it up.”
This appears to be an organized effort in multiple states and prosecutors might be able to make a case for conspiracy which would increase prison time significantly.
Someone might rat out their co-conspirators for a lighter sentence.