‘Ballot Trafficker’ Admits to Being Paid THOUSANDS to Investigators

After more than a year of steady, meticulous work by investigators with TrueTheVote, an investigation that very few in the Government wanted to happen, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is being forced to act. The independent voter integrity group has submitted an incredibly detailed complaint to the State after obtaining “one full petabyte of surveillance footage on drop boxes—two million minutes of video—which it says is broken into 73,000 individual video files” which purport to show the same people going to drop boxes over and over and over again. By overlaying these with corresponding cell phone ping data TrueTheVote arrived at the conclusion that some 242 people in Georgia are suspected of illegal ballot harvesting which is completely illegal in Georgia. Raffensperger has announced that the Georgia Bureau of Investigation is now launching their own, long overdue probe based upon this complaint.

Raffensperger Can’t Ignore It – Georgia Investigators Are Forced Into Action

The disgraced Secretary of State who infamously rebuffed President Trump’s calls for a thorough investigation of his state and certified the vote in spite of serious allegations, videos, and witness accounts of the corrupted elections, confirmed to John Solomon Reports that his office found the data credible and was forced to open an investigation. (No doubt grudgingly)

 “We do have some information,” Raffensperger said. “And we are going to investigate that. We did deploy drop boxes that were under 24/7 surveillance, and because they were then that really, you know, can indicate who dropped that information off, and we’re really just going through that.”

John Fredericks, host of “Outside the Beltway.” explained the situation very succinctly,

“What you’ve got right now is a clear violation of Georgia law where people are going to go to jail. According to Georgia law (and Stacy’s law) only one ballot could be put in a drop box at a time, and that ballot had to be delivered either by the person filling out the ballot (the voter) or someone that was sanctioned to put the ballot in there, friend, family, relative etc. … Every single drop box in Georgia, part of the consent decree, they would have a video camera. True the Vote through FOIA requests got access to the video tapes.”

According to JustTheNews,

“The phone data bought by TrueTheVote overlaid with video suggested 242 people engaged in a total of 5,662 ballot drops, an average of 23 runs per alleged harvester, the group alleged in the complaint.

The group told Raffensperger’s office the video surveillance — though sometimes grainy and distant — showed numerous instances of people stuffing large numbers of ballots into the boxes, some with so many ballots in hand that some of the envelopes dropped to the ground. Some people were allegedly observed taking pictures of themselves at the boxes after delivering ballots, an action the group said may have been required to receive payments.

The group said many of the alleged drops — more than 40% of those observed on tape — occurred between the hours of midnight and 5 a.m., when most Georgians were asleep.”

TrueTheVote also included in its complaint that it had the temporary cooperation of one person, identified in their complaint as John Doe, who admitted participating in extensive illegal ballot harvesting during both the November 2020 General Election and the January 5th Runoff for both US Senate Seats. The person claims to have been paid $10 per ballot collected and delivered into a ballot box. He didn’t seem to understand that his activities were against the law, but the group verified his actions through repeated appearances on the surveillance tapes. They claimed,

“John Doe described a network of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that worked together to facilitate a ballot trafficking scheme in Georgia,” the group said in its complaint.

“John Doe’s assignment included collecting ballots, both from voters in targeted neighborhoods and from NGOs that had their own ballot collection processes, delivering those ballots to other NGOs, picking up designated ballot bundles from the same group of NGOs, and depositing ballots into drop boxes spanning six counties in the metro Atlanta area,” the group added.

“Each drop box delivery would typically include between 5 to 20 ballots,” the complaint alleged. “John Doe described a payment validation process which involved taking cell phone pictures of the drop box where ballots were deposited.”

The Gateway Pundit reports that “The Georgia ballot trafficking whistleblower reportedly admitted to making $45,000 for stuffing Georgia ballot boxes from 2 to 5 AM in the morning. He was just one of 242 alleged ballot traffickers identified by the True the Vote investigation. There is a possibility of HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of ballots that were stuffed into the ballot boxes in Georgia!”

And that’s just in Georgia. GP also reported that Catherine Engelbrecht and her group True the Vote have been conducting this investigation across “several states”, and approximately 200 suspected ballot harvesters were found in Arizona as well. There are no reports as of yet regarding a TrueTheVote complaint to Arizona authorities.

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