Saturday, December 9, 2023

REPORT: McConnell’s Senate Campaign Committee Ignored Evidence of 2020 Vote Fraud

'We acquired over 10 trillion location-based cell signals in major metropolitan areas across six states...'

(John RansomHeadline USA) Election-integrity watchdog True The Vote said that it turned over evidence of illegal ballot-harvesting in the 2020 election to the National Republican Senatorial Committee—which the committee, overseen by then-Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., ignored.

The group released never-before-seen video of the ballot harvesters that was collected by off-duty law enforcement and subsequently turned over to the Senatorial committee.

“Even more disturbing, the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) knew about the systematic ballot stuffing and did nothing,” True the Vote cyber-expert Gregg Phillips told the Charlie Kirk Show, according to the Gateway Pundit.

“We learned that there were off-duty law enforcement officers, paid for by the Republican Party, that reported all of this,” Phillips added. “And [the NRSC] just covered it up.”

Previously it was reported that True the Vote used cell-phone GPS data to track ballot-harvesters in a number of close-fought states, such as Wisconsin, Georgia and Texas

“We acquired over 10 trillion location-based cell signals in major metropolitan areas across six states,” said True the Vote about its collection activities.

“Initially, we worked with whistleblowers and witnesses, but soon enough, the data alone told the tale,” the group added. “Using mobile and GPS data, we mapped the travel patterns of ballot traffickers to ballot dropboxes.”

The result was that True the Vote was able to identify 138 individuals in Wisconsin alone who made 3,568 trips to ballot boxes representing harvested ballots of 137,551, according to the MacIver Institute, a Wisconsin think tank.

It wasn’t just McConnell and his campaign committee who ignored the evidence of possible voter fraud.

True the Vote says that its data has been turned over to the FBI and local law-enforcement officials at the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, but thus far there’s been no follow up.

The GBI said that it lack sufficient evidence to follow up with an investigation.

“Based on what has been provided and what has not been provided, an investigation is not justified,” GBI Director Vic Reynolds wrote in a letter to state GOP Chairman David Shafer, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

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