Red-State Investigates Illegal Ballots In 2020 Election

Georgia Sec. of State Brad Raffensperger said on Tuesday he started a probe into possible illegal ballot harvesting during the 2020 election.

While Trump lost the state by 12,000 votes, True the Vote issued a complaint to Raffensperger’s team on Nov. 30 that reveals digital data of 242 individuals making visits to drop boxes to send mail-in-ballots, with around 40 percent of these trips happening between midnight and 5:00 a.m., Just the News said.

The True the Vote evidence has phone data correlated with footage that shows people dropping ballots at 5,662 ballot drops in the 2020 pandemic. Breitbart News said about the True the Vote document back in August:

“In other words, what this document says is that True The Vote took cell phone ping data on a wide scale and pieced together that numerous people—suspected ballot harvesters—were making lots of trips to multiple different drop boxes, raising possible legal questions in a number of these places.”

Raffensperger issued this comment to Just the News:

“We don’t have some of the information. And we will investigate it. We used drop boxes that were being watched 24/7 and because they can indicate who dropped those ballots off, and we are really just going through that.”

“If people give credible allegations, we want to ensure that we do this,” Raffensperger said. “And we have that as an ongoing investigation right now.” He said:

“This will be one of the processes we are looking at if we have people that do not want to come forward for whatever reason, because we really must get to the bottom of this. We can’t just let it sit there. So this is the next step that we would be looking at.”

Back in August, Donald Trump told Breitbart News that the True the Vote’s investigation is vital, while noting that in person voting using an ID should be law in Georgia.

“This is a huge deal. I know — I’ve been hearing all about it,” Trump said about the True the Vote’s review.

Author: Steven Sinclaire