BOMBSHELL: Voter Integrity Groups are Analyzing Video Evidence from Five States
Earlier this week, we reported on a new revelation of an operation that has been going on for months.
This investigation has been into ballot trafficking in several states, including the key states riddled with fraud such as Georgia, Arizona, Wisconsin, and Michigan.
There is also video evidence to support the claims being made by True the Vote and the video footage is now being analyzed and hopefully, soon we’ll get to see it.
I don’t even think that we can begin to understand what a massive operation this truly is. Here’s what Breitbart had to say about it:
The document says that True The Vote has spent the last several months since late last year collecting more than 27 terabytes of geospatial and temporal data—a total of 10 trillion cell phone pings—between Oct. 1 and Nov. 6 in targeted areas in Georgia, Arizona, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Texas. The data includes geofenced points of interest like ballot dropbox locations, as well as UPS stores and select government, commercial, and non-governmental organization (NGO) facilities.
“From this we have thus far developed precise patterns of life for 242 suspected ballot traffickers in Georgia and 202 traffickers in Arizona,” True The Vote’s document says. “According to the data, each trafficker went to an average of 23 ballot dropboxes.”
In other words, what the document says is that True The Vote was able to take cell phone ping data on a mass wide scale and piece together that several people—suspected ballot harvesters—were making multiple trips to multiple drop boxes, raising potential legal questions in a number of these states.
From there, the document continues, True The Vote gathered surveillance video on the drop boxes in Georgia and is attempting to gather similar such surveillance video from other states. The document states that True The Vote has obtained 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. The group is expected to begin releasing some of these videos, which purportedly show the same people going multiple times to the same drop boxes, in the coming weeks.
Now, I don’t know if you’re as much of a computer nerd as I am, but 27 terabytes, and even more so…a petabyte is an absolutely MASSIVE amount of data. Your computer might have a 1 terabyte hard drive. A few of you might have 2 terabytes, but I’d be willing to bet that most have less. A petabyte is just an ungodly large number. It’s the equivalent of 1000 terabytes (or 1024 terabytes depending on how you count it).