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Dems Used Illegal GPS Data to Target COVID-Compliant GOP Voters

'PredictWise understood that there were potential pockets of voters to target with Covid-19 messaging... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Democrats and leftist campaign managers used illegal GPS tracking data from the cell phones of Americans to target Republican voters who were considered “Covid concerned” before the 2020 election, Valiant News reported.

Specifically, Democrats used their state parties across the country to convince Republicans who were fine with the tyrannical lockdowns to vote Democrat. Those efforts effectively targeted “over 350,000 lockdown-compliant GOP voters with specified pro-Democrat COVID-19 propaganda.”

PredictWise, the firm which compiled the data, harvested location data from millions of cell phones in the United States, assigning “COVID-19 decree violations” in order to determine how compliant one was as a subject. Those who ignored the absurd lockdowns were given high violation scores.

The company bragged extensively about its successful surveillance network, and said that it used the data to determine how likely a potential voter was to vote Democrat.

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“PredictWise understood that there were potential pockets of voters to target with Covid-19 messaging and turned high-dimensional data covering over 100 million Americans into measures of adherence to Covid-19 restrictions during deep lockdown,” the company added.

According to PredictWise, it “tracks the opinions, attitudes, and behaviors” of over 260 million American voters.

Valiant News reported that, “PredictWise found that Republican non-movers’ (compliers) concern around Covid-19 and persuadability was almost as high as Democrats overall,” the data gurus explained, “and Republican non-movers over the age of 65 were more concerned about Covid-19 than Democrats.”

Not to be outdone, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also purchased data from a GPS firm, SafeGraph.

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In face, the CDC paid SafeGraph $420,000 for data from tens of millions of phones, with which the public health agency could track curfew compliance and school visitation patterns.

From the data, the CDC could also determine where people live, work, eat, attend church, and see family and friends.

The CDC even published its findings about “stay-at-home orders and changes in population movement.”

“Mandatory stay-at-home orders were associated with reduced population movement in most counties during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the relaxation of those orders was associated with increased movement,” the study concluded.

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