Dinesh Da Souza’s latest film 2000 Mules was premiered Wednesday at Mar-a-Lago. It is a part of a ballot harvesting operation in which “mules” submitted votes in masse to a conspiracy.
Based on the review of 4 million minutes of surveillance film taken from ballot boxes and the analysis of large quantities of tracking data obtained by public records requests, the film’s conclusions were made. Engelbrecht likely knew that fact-checkers would be present to challenge the film’s credibility. Phillips was given the task of performing a massive data dump code-named “ripcord” to make all information available to True The Vote.
Transparency. You can’t help but fall in love.
Engelbrecht shared this news via an Instagram video.
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The video shows Phillips, and Engelbrecht engaging in a staged conversation. This would have taken place after the film had been released. Phillips asked Engelbrecht about her plans for the future. Engelbrecht replied:
This is all the video and data the world needs.
Engelbrecht then asks Phillips if he has a plan. Phillips replies:
Please allow me to wait a few weeks.
Next, we will draw the Ripcord.
“All of it” is, presumably the addresses and names of the 501(c)(3) non-profits that the group called “stash house” in the film. True the Vote’s investigation found that these non-profit organizations were used to store the ballots once they had been collected from the voters. Engelbrecht also claims that they were used as a base for “mules”, who were paid $10 per vote, more for the Georgia Senate race-off.
They also spoke to multiple “whistleblowers”, including one who was an election observer and worked for the National Republican Senatorial Committee during Georgia’s Senate race. He saw what looked like ballot harvesting, and reported it to NRSC.
According to the New York Times’s “pattern analysis” report, law enforcement may use geo-tracking data from smartphones to “pattern analyze”. This data dump could contain geo-tracking information that shows one person visiting 10-20 drop boxes during an election and placing 3 to 5 ballots in each dropbox. This would put an end to the absurd claims made by PolitiFact and Associated Press in their “debunking articles” that the True the Vote videos showed only the legal return of five to six ballots to relatives.
True, the Vote video says that the data will be released in a few weeks. It would be a surprise, however, if the data were released sooner.