‘2000 Mules’: Election Drop Boxes, ‘Geofencing,’ and ‘The Big Lie’

 

“We have put together, I think, the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.” Joe Biden

Those were the exact words from a grainy clip of then-presidential candidate Joe Biden that opens a new movie by conservative author, pundit, and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza, ‘“2000 Mules.” It was seen as just another gaffe by a candidate with a long history of malapropisms.

Salem Media Group and True the Vote (TTV) produced the movie. D’Souza relies on research from TTV’s President, Catherine Englebrecht, and TTV board member Gregg Phillips, a former state health official in Texas and Mississippi. Phillips also is a data analyst and the founder of several technology-related firms. He claims in the movie to have been “in and around” election integrity and analysis for 40 years.

Phillips is no stranger to controversy. He was the source of claims made by President Trump in 2017, never confirmed, that 3 million illegal votes were cast in the 2016 election. Mainstream media has worked overtime to discredit him and TTV, including a major investor’s claim that he was duped and other unsubstantiated claims. Yet, Phillips and TTV persist.

D’Souza, who launched a podcast in 2021 on the Salem platform, sets the stage with clips from three Republicans – former Attorney General Bill Barr (“Fraud did not play a role in the outcome of the election”), US Sen. Mike Rounds (“the election was fair”), and of course, US Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY). He touches on “J6” at the US Capitol, claiming it “wasn’t an insurrection. It was a primal scream. They wanted their elected leaders to adjudicate the claims of election fraud.”

“We can’t ‘move on’ until we know the truth,” D’Souza continues. “Is it a ‘big lie?’ It is a lie at all?”

D’Souza also relies on a panel of Salem radio talk show and podcast hosts, including Dennis Prager, Eric Metaxas, Larry Elder, Charlie Kirk, and former Trump administration official Dr. Sebastian Gorka. Most express reservations about election fraud claims in the first interviews.

By the end of the movie, they’re aghast. You may be, too. One of the retorts we often hear concerning claims of vote fraud is the phrase “without evidence.” Except that D’Souza, Englebrecht, and Phillips provide actual official footage of crimes committed by “mules” in the form of drop-box stuffing of ballots, often during the dark of night. Most states, including Pennsylvania – a particular focus of illegal election activity in the movie – prohibit voters from casting more than one ballot, their own, at drop boxes.

Drop boxes – many of them privately funded via $400 million from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg through the left-wing Center for Tech and Civic Life – were a unique feature of the pandemic-scarred 2020 election. Most were placed in Democratic-leaning counties and jurisdictions.

Here’s a dropbox outside of Arlington County, Virginia offices in the 2021 state elections.

Interestingly, as The Federalist reported, “Facebook has banned Trump from its platform and has delisted individuals — many of them conservatives — for espousing views about the election that it insists are “misinformation.”

Credit D’Souza for asking all the right questions throughout the movie. Let’s take one of the first: if Biden was so successful, why did Democrats lose so many down-ballot races for US House and other races? After all, a newly-elected President usually has coattails and sees increases in his party’s hold on Congress.

House Republicans gained 14 seats in 2020. In fairness, much of that is a rebound from the 2018 election when the GOP lost 40 seats. But, still, it is an anomaly for a new President to lose seats.

Pennsylvania is a better example. Biden “won” the state with 3.46 million votes and a margin of about 80,000 with 6.915 million votes cast. On election night, Trump led by nearly 800,000 votes before mail votes were counted. There were three other statewide elections for Attorney General, Treasurer, and Auditor General. Democrats held all, and other than Auditor General, a popular Democratic incumbent was on the ballot.

While Attorney General and 2022 Democratic gubernatorial nominee presumptive Josh Shapiro narrowly won reelection, the total ballots cast for Attorney General were over 110,000 fewer than for President.

Republican challengers Stacey Garritty (Treasurer) and Tim DeFoer (Auditor-General) won the other two races for the first time in several years. The ballot drop-off in those elections was nearly 150,000.

There are two explanations. First, a drop-off in ballots cast for down-ballot races is not uncommon, although 109,000 seems high. Second, in Act 77, the Pennsylvania legislature eliminated a ballot box for straight-party voting in 2020. If you are committing fraud by producing as many ballots as possible and only have time to mark one box, it will be for the top of the ballot – the presidency. Thus, the drop-off.

Phillips explained how TTV’s research worked. They obtained some 10 trillion cell phone “signals” using a petabyte of data. They narrowed their research to focus on “signals” that visited ten or more election drop boxes and five or more visits to “nonprofit” organizations that have collected ballots, starting in Georgia. They expanded their research to include Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, and Pennsylvania.

Remember, most state laws, including Pennsylvania, restrict the number of ballots (one) that any single voter can cast at a dropbox. Ballot harvesting – collecting and delivering ballots on behalf of voters – is illegal in most states. While most states have provisions to allow others to deliver ballots on their behalf, it is highly restricted.

A “mule” is a person who picks up ballots from an organization – “stash houses” – and delivers them to a series of drop boxes. According to Engelbrecht’s sources, mules are typically paid about $10 per ballot. They often take selfies of them depositing ballots to ensure payment. “In the Georgia (US Senate runoff, January 5, 2021), that payment was higher.”

Dozens of mules who participated in violent Antifa-BLM riots in Atlanta were also mules in the 2020 election, reports Phillips. Over 240 mules were identified in Atlanta. Some mules, especially in Michigan, visited about 100 dropboxes.

BLM rioters also were utilized as mules to drop ballots at multiple dropbox locations in Atlanta.

There were 1,100 mules identified in Philadelphia – many of driving back and forth across bridges from New Jersey – visiting as many as 50 drop boxes each. And TTV has 4 million minutes of surveillance video from across the country to help prove their case, obtained through open records requests. Except Wisconsin has no video, even though it was required under state law. Other jurisdictions, such as Arizona, turned off some footage. But where they do, TTV has the geospatial data to support the video.

Here is an Atlanta “mule” depositing – and dropping – ballots he’s stuffing into a dropbox during the night.

At one Gwinnett County, Georgia, 271 voters were videotaped dropping ballots at a drop box. Over 1,962 ballots were deposited, according to official “chain of custody” documents.

“This is organized crime,” Phillips asserts. With evidence. It appears even to violate federal racketeering laws (RICO).

And this is only from the first half of the movie. Watch the rest. You can access it here.

What will be done about this, given that Republican candidates are punished for making election fraud a top issue? Worse, can we expect the Biden Administration’s Justice Department to do anything?

The good news is that some jurisdictions are taking action, including either eliminating dropboxes or increasing surveillance. Some eighteen state laws have been changed to prevent “Zuckbucks” from privately subsidizing official elections, including Georgia. As for geofencing, a tool used chiefly by advertisers and law enforcement agencies, it is proving to be a valuable tool in elections. Including exposing fraudulent activity.

D’Souza then asks the $64,000 question – was the scope of election fraud big enough to tip the balance in the 2020 election. He says yes, especially in Georgia, Arizona, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The combined electoral votes from those three states were enough to put Biden over the top.

D’Souza leaves many questions unanswered. He does not disclose the names of “nonprofits” who acted as “stash houses” for mules to pick up and deposit multiple ballots. Where and how did these stash houses collect ballots? Where did the money come from to subsidize this effort? Will TTV provide this data to law enforcement authorities? Nowhere in America is it legal for nonprofit organizations to collect ballots and pay mules to deliver them, D’Souza asserts. Some 2000 mules visited 38 dropboxes each to deposit nearly 400,000 illegally-cast votes.

Associated Press attempted to “fact check” the movie. AP claims falsely that the film is based on a flawed analysis of geofenced data. They claim it isn’t precise, but that is laughably false. Drive up to any gasoline retailer who uses geospatial data to spot your presence at their pumps to text you with special deals. It has happened to me. Further, Phillips cited an instance where their geospatial data helped identify an alleged killer in Atlanta at the precise location where the murder occurred. The alleged killer has been arrested.

Election fraud is hard to prove. It takes time, money, and much effort, much more than was available between the November 2020 election and swearing-in day just 10 weeks later. There are unanswered questions. But eventually, the truth comes out. Like it or not, D’Souza has upped the anty on election integrity for the 2022 election. Local and state officials had better be prepared to respond.

Joe Biden might have been correct. Democrats and their allies may have created the largest and most inclusive voter fraud organization in American political history. Will we ever know with certainty?

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  1. namlliT noD Member
    namlliT noD
    @DonTillman

    Also check out the discussion here.

     

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  2. Saint Augustine Member
    Saint Augustine
    @SaintAugustine

    Kelly D Johnston:

    Associated Press attempted to “fact check” the movie. AP claims falsely that the film is based on a flawed analysis of geofenced data. They claim it isn’t precise, but that is laughably false. Drive up to any gasoline retailer who uses geospatial data to spot your presence at their pumps to text you with special deals. It has happened to me. Further, Phillips cited an instance where their geospatial data helped identify an alleged killer in Atlanta at the precise location where the murder occurred. The alleged killer has been arrested.

    Thank you for this much-needed fact-check of the fact-checkers.

    I will add this to the list of things I need to look into!

    Kelly D Johnston:

    Joe Biden might have been correct. Democrats and their allies may have created the largest and most inclusive voter fraud organization in American political history. Will we ever know with certainty?

    For those who, like me, doubt and who, like me, can sometimes think well or think quickly but rarely both at the same time, why not start with some simpler claims?

    For example, did votes illegally cast or illegally counted exceed the Biden margin of victory?

    Yes.  Yes, they did.  In five swing states.  You could consider this post as your first step into a larger world.

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  3. Fake John/Jane Galt Coolidge
    Fake John/Jane Galt
    @FakeJohnJaneGalt

    Sadly I doubt this will be fixed.  Our government at the federal level and many states is a wholly Democrat endeavor.  The rest of us are a problem to be managed or eliminated.

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  4. genferei Member
    genferei
    @genferei

    “Republican candidates are punished for making election fraud a top issue?” By whom? Voters? Primary voters? The GOPe? The media? (But I am beginning to repeat myself.)

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  5. namlliT noD Member
    namlliT noD
    @DonTillman

    Kelly D Johnston: “We can’t ‘move on’ until we know the truth,” D’Souza continues. “Is it a ‘big lie?’ It is a lie at all?”

    By definition, the stolen election cannot be a “Big Lie”:

    1. By definition a “Big Lie” is so far from reality that the audience wouldn’t believe anybody would attempt to lie about it.  Given all the irregularities with the election, fraud is not outside the realm of believability.  We’re not talking Orwell’s “2+2=5” or today’s “57 genders” here.
    2. By definition, a “Big Lie” requires propaganda disseminated through the media.  In this case the other side owns the media, and refuses to acknowledge it.

    On the other hand, the claim that this was the “most secure election in history” does indeed fit the definition of a “Big Lie”.  It’s ridiculous given all the irregularities and the numbers, and it was disseminated through the media word-for-word.

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  6. WI Con Member
    WI Con
    @WICon

    I’ll being seeing the movie and Dinesh D’Souza speak this Sunday, in Milwaukee. 

    If the analysis wasn’t able to include Madison and Green Bay, just based on Illegal Harvesting alone, Trump won in Wisconsin. 

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  7. Bryan G. Stephens Thatcher
    Bryan G. Stephens
    @BryanGStephens

    And people outside GA wonder why there is anger at the GA GOP.

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  8. Keith Lowery Coolidge
    Keith Lowery
    @keithlowery

    They obtained some 10 trillion cell phone “signals” using a petabyte of data.

    What is the provenance of this data? Have they made it available for 3rd parties to inspect? What is the resolution of the geo data?  What, exactly, IS the “signals” data? Do they describe their analytical methodology in detail?

    I have no insight into the question of whether the election was stolen.  I’m just a data guy.  The movie’s credibility, for me, hinges on the provenance, quality, and treatment of the data.

    Do they discuss this in detail?

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  9. Boney Cole Member
    Boney Cole
    @BoneyCole

    Keith Lowery (View Comment):

    They obtained some 10 trillion cell phone “signals” using a petabyte of data.

    What is the provenance of this data? Have they made it available for 3rd parties to inspect? What is the resolution of the geo data? What, exactly, IS the “signals” data? Do they describe their analytical methodology in detail?

    I have no insight into the question of whether the election was stolen. I’m just a data guy. The movie’s credibility, for me, hinges on the provenance, quality, and treatment of the data.

    Do they discuss this in detail?

    I agree.  I hope is thoroughly checked by competent technical professionals.  That step is critical if the discussion is to proceed in a productive manner.

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  10. Kelly D Johnston Coolidge
    Kelly D Johnston
    @SoupGuy

    Keith Lowery (View Comment):

    They obtained some 10 trillion cell phone “signals” using a petabyte of data.

    What is the provenance of this data? Have they made it available for 3rd parties to inspect? What is the resolution of the geo data? What, exactly, IS the “signals” data? Do they describe their analytical methodology in detail?

    I have no insight into the question of whether the election was stolen. I’m just a data guy. The movie’s credibility, for me, hinges on the provenance, quality, and treatment of the data.

    Do they discuss this in detail?

    Fair questions; they do not discuss it in great detail. I am not aware they have made it available to credible third parties for inspection – they should. I do think they explain the “signals” data, but it may not satisfy you. As an investor last year in a nonprofit that used geofencing and geospatial data to identify and register evangelical voters in Virginia’s gubernatorial election, and having seen how it works, I am more confident in their data than perhaps you are.

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  11. Keith Lowery Coolidge
    Keith Lowery
    @keithlowery

    Kelly D Johnston (View Comment):
    I am more confident in their data than perhaps you are.

    I think I’m really just neutral at the present time. My intuition is that things were amiss with the election. But I haven’t seen decisive data yet either way, although there’s a lot of voter fraud smoke.

    I don’t want folks on the right to engage in the same kind of narrative skullduggery engaged in by the left. So I’m looking for more detail and not less.

    I went to the movie’s web site hoping I might find something there. It was not encouraging.  Very slick marketing for sure but zero information that might enable reproducibility of their results. Lots of asking for contact info to build their database, but no breakdown or explanation of their methodology.

    FWIW.

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  12. Fake John/Jane Galt Coolidge
    Fake John/Jane Galt
    @FakeJohnJaneGalt

    Keith Lowery (View Comment):

    They obtained some 10 trillion cell phone “signals” using a petabyte of data.

    What is the provenance of this data? Have they made it available for 3rd parties to inspect? What is the resolution of the geo data? What, exactly, IS the “signals” data? Do they describe their analytical methodology in detail?

    I have no insight into the question of whether the election was stolen. I’m just a data guy. The movie’s credibility, for me, hinges on the provenance, quality, and treatment of the data.

    Do they discuss this in detail?

    That is why I like his books better than his movies.  I doubt the movie goes into it.  I suspect his books will / does.

    I look for the Left to tear the movie apart because of such things.  You just can’t put that sort of detail in a movie without it getting too long and dry.  I doubt they can tear down his actual body of work as easily.  Dinesh D’Souza scholarship tends to be top notch.

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  13. David Foster Member
    David Foster
    @DavidFoster

    Cellphone location is determined in one of two ways: If GPS information is available, it will be used.  If not, then the location is triangulated using calculated distance from multiple cell towers. The first is a lot more precise than the second.

    I don’t think many cellphones have been sold in the last 10 years without GPS, so this will be used in almost all cases *unless* that source has been explicitly turned off by the phone owner. It would be interesting to know whether the purchased data contains in identifier of source (GPS or triangulation) for each record…I bet it does.

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  14. Kelly D Johnston Coolidge
    Kelly D Johnston
    @SoupGuy

    Fake John/Jane Galt (View Comment):

    Keith Lowery (View Comment):

    They obtained some 10 trillion cell phone “signals” using a petabyte of data.

    What is the provenance of this data? Have they made it available for 3rd parties to inspect? What is the resolution of the geo data? What, exactly, IS the “signals” data? Do they describe their analytical methodology in detail?

    I have no insight into the question of whether the election was stolen. I’m just a data guy. The movie’s credibility, for me, hinges on the provenance, quality, and treatment of the data.

    Do they discuss this in detail?

    That is why I like his books better than his movies. I doubt the movie goes into it. I suspect his books will / does.

    I look for the Left to tear the movie apart because of such things. You just can’t put that sort of detail in a movie without it getting too long and dry. I doubt they can tear down his actual body of work as easily. Dinesh D’Souza scholarship tends to be top notch.

    This may be of interest: https://redstate.com/jenvanlaar/2022/05/09/after-2000-mules-premiere-true-the-vote-promises-to-pull-the-ripcord-and-release-all-the-data-n561949?utm_source=rsmorningbriefing&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=nl&bcid=fc249c7dca8152c405a67a46a56de1f131ce9ff6c0ad619ab43655e34d61b7c2

     

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  15. Saint Augustine Member
    Saint Augustine
    @SaintAugustine

    Keith Lowery (View Comment):
    So I’m looking for more detail and not less.

    https://ricochet.com/822533/keeping-track-of-election-fraud/

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  16. David Foster Member
    David Foster
    @DavidFoster

    Keith Lowery (View Comment):
    Very slick marketing for sure but zero information that might enable reproducibility of their result

    Seems to me that it would be reproducible by anyone who purchased the data for the same time periods and processed it using the same algorithm: phone is near 10 or more dropboxes AND 5 or more ‘nonprofits’…IF the criterion for ‘near’ is released and so are the names of the ‘nonprofits’.

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  17. Saint Augustine Member
    Saint Augustine
    @SaintAugustine

    David Foster (View Comment):

    Cellphone location is determined in one of two ways: If GPS information is available, it will be used. If not, then the location is triangulated using calculated distance from multiple cell towers. The first is a lot more precise than the second.

    I don’t think many cellphones have been sold in the last 10 years without GPS, so this will be used in almost all cases *unless* that source has been explicitly turned off by the phone owner. It would be interesting to know whether the purchased data contains in identifier of source (GPS or triangulation) for each record…I bet it does.

    So if I turn on my phone’s location feature, is that the same technology as the more reliable way of knowing someone was near/at a ballot dropbox?

    Maybe Google Maps isn’t the right comparison, but I find it does not know where I am in enough detail.

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  18. Saint Augustine Member
    Saint Augustine
    @SaintAugustine

    Kelly D Johnston (View Comment):

    This may be of interest: https://redstate.com/jenvanlaar/2022/05/09/after-2000-mules-premiere-true-the-vote-promises-to-pull-the-ripcord-and-release-all-the-data-n561949?utm_source=rsmorningbriefing&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=nl&bcid=fc249c7dca8152c405a67a46a56de1f131ce9ff6c0ad619ab43655e34d61b7c2

    Are they doing the Breitbart strategy–release a little, wait for the Left to make its trite and predictable objections, and then release the whole thing, proving those very objections wrong?

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  19. David Foster Member
    David Foster
    @DavidFoster

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):
    Maybe Google Maps isn’t the right comparison, but I find it does not know where I am in enough detail.

    Do you mean Google Maps on phone, or on desktop?

    According to Google, if there no GPS data available but you are connected to a wifi network, it will determine your location according to what specific wifi you are on and where it is, or where they think it is.  

     

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  20. Ansonia Member
    Ansonia
    @Ansonia

    Thank you, Kelly D. Johnston, for taking time to write this.

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  21. Kelly D Johnston Coolidge
    Kelly D Johnston
    @SoupGuy

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    Kelly D Johnston (View Comment):

    This may be of interest: https://redstate.com/jenvanlaar/2022/05/09/after-2000-mules-premiere-true-the-vote-promises-to-pull-the-ripcord-and-release-all-the-data-n561949?utm_source=rsmorningbriefing&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=nl&bcid=fc249c7dca8152c405a67a46a56de1f131ce9ff6c0ad619ab43655e34d61b7c2

    Are they doing the Breitbart strategy–release a little, wait for the Left to make its trite and predictable objections, and then release the whole thing, proving those very objections wrong?

    Quite possibly. It would be brilliant. 

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  22. Saint Augustine Member
    Saint Augustine
    @SaintAugustine

    David Foster (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):
    Maybe Google Maps isn’t the right comparison, but I find it does not know where I am in enough detail.

    Do you mean Google Maps on phone, or on desktop?

    According to Google, if there no GPS data available but you are connected to a wifi network, it will determine your location according to what specific wifi you are on and where it is, or where they think it is.

    Phone.

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  23. Victor Tango Kilo Member
    Victor Tango Kilo
    @VtheK

    Beliefs about the 2020 Election tend to be premised on a false dichotomy: You’re either “Stolen Election” or “Big Lie.” I think it’s more of a continuum.

    0 – The 2020 election was absolutely clean, the fairest election in history, and exactly as reported.

    1 – There were some minor shenanigans at the margins, but they had no effect on the outcome.

    2 – There was a moderate level of shenanigans, and they could have changed the outcome of the election, but probably not.

    3- There were significant irregularities involving primarily mail-in ballots and these may have changed the outcome of the election.

    4 – There was major fraud involving a large but known number of illegitimate votes that most likely swung the election in purple states like Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Arizona.

    5- There was a massive collaboration between the Deep State, the Democrat Party, and Activist Organizations funded by Zuckerberg and Soros that generated millions of illegitimate votes to steal the election.

    I’m about at a 3. Where are you?

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  24. Victor Tango Kilo Member
    Victor Tango Kilo
    @VtheK

    Second question: Suppose the GOP wins the House and the senate in 2024. Do the elections skeptics say, “Oh, I guess we were wrong,” and then drop their guard against more Democrat chicanery in 2024?

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  25. DonG (CAGW is a Hoax) Coolidge
    DonG (CAGW is a Hoax)
    @DonG

    Bryan G. Stephens (View Comment):

    And people outside GA wonder why there is anger at the GA GOP.

    From my angle there is too little anger at the GA GOP. 

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  26. Justin Other Lawyer Coolidge
    Justin Other Lawyer
    @DouglasMyers

    Victor Tango Kilo (View Comment):

    Beliefs about the 2020 Election tend to be premised on a false dichotomy: You’re either “Stolen Election” or “Big Lie.” I think it’s more of a continuum.

    0 – The 2020 election was absolutely clean, the fairest election in history, and exactly as reported.

    1 – There were some minor shenanigans at the margins, but they had no effect on the outcome.

    2 – There was a moderate level of shenanigans, and they could have changed the outcome of the election, but probably not.

    3- There were significant irregularities involving primarily mail-in ballots and these may have changed the outcome of the election.

    4 – There was major fraud involving a large but known number of illegitimate votes that most likely swung the election in purple states like Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Arizona.

    5- There was a massive collaboration between the Deep State, the Democrat Party, and Activist Organizations funded by Zuckerberg and Soros that generated millions of illegitimate votes to steal the election.

    I’m about at a 3. Where are you?

    I had been at 2, based upon the extreme antipathy toward Donald Trump from many people I know.  It seemed certainly plausible that Trump had the ability to drive record vote totals, both for and against him.  Yet that hypothesis was never terribly satisfying.  After reading this and several of St. Augustine’s posts, I’ve moved to 3.

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  27. Justin Other Lawyer Coolidge
    Justin Other Lawyer
    @DouglasMyers

    Victor Tango Kilo (View Comment):

    Second question: Suppose the GOP wins the House and the senate in 2024. Do the elections skeptics say, “Oh, I guess we were wrong,” and then drop their guard against more Democrat chicanery in 2024?

    Valid point.  Although, as this post notes, some states have worked to “sure things up” a bit.  Covid presented a golden opportunity for fraudulent ballot stuffing on a scale that many would have thought impossible or (at least) extremely unlikely.

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  28. Mountie Coolidge
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    @Mountie

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    For example, did votes illegally cast or illegally counted exceed the Biden margin of victory?

     

     

    You should check with Mark again. By his count the number of voters that have reconciled their NCOA address to their permanent address now exceeds the Biden margin of victory.

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  29. David Foster Member
    David Foster
    @DavidFoster

    Mountie (View Comment):
    You should check with Mark again. By his count the number of voters that have reconciled their NCOA address to their permanent address now exceeds the Biden margin of victory.

    Who is Mark?

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  30. David Foster Member
    David Foster
    @DavidFoster

    As of now, the twitter page for 2000mules is still suspended.

    Meanwhile, the FTC is investigating Musk’s planned acquisition of twitter on ‘antitrust’ grounds.

    Rumble, which is a venue for the film, says it is under ‘unprecedented’ Denial of Service attacks.  (I’m pretty sure that DOS attacks are a *crime* under the computer crime statutes)

    The most important issue in America today is the survival of free speech.  There should be resolutions introduced in both the House and the Senate calling for investigation of reasons for the FTC holdup on the twitter acquisition AND calling for appointment of special prosecutor to pursue this and other DOS attacks.  The resolutions wouldn’t pass, but would get senators and representatives on the record regarding their support for free speech.

     

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