True the Vote’s Catherine Engelbrecht and Greg Phillips discuss their investigation into illegal ballot trafficking on The Charlie Kirk Show.
Georgia officials finally issued their first subpoenas to True the Vote election integrity organization on their ballot trafficking investigation in the 2020 presidential election.
** Dinesh D’Souza and Salem Media are premiering the movie “2000 Mules” early next month on the ballot trafficking in the 2020 presidential election early next month.
The mainstream media and Georgia officials have mostly ignored the findings by True the Vote until now. Governor Brian Kemp refused to investigate the 2020 election steal in his state and instead leaked confidential information to the media on the investigators.
The State Board of elections, who issued the subpoenas to True the Vote, wants information from the group including participants in the criminal trafficking and the identity of an alleged whistleblower!
Just the News reported:
Georgia investigators have signaled their focus in a wide-ranging investigation into alleged illegal ballot trafficking during the 2020 election with subpoenas that target the possible source of funding for such an operation and any eyewitness participants.
The four subpoenas obtained Monday by Just the News through an open records request show the State Elections Board and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger want the identity of any suspected participants in ballot harvesting, including a whistleblower identified only as John Doe who an election watchdog claims admitted to gathering ballots for cash.
The document demands were delivered late last week to the election integrity watchdog True the Vote, its founder Catherine Engelbrecht, and its researchers from a company called OPSEC Group LLC. They sought evidence that backs up the group’s complaint last November alleging that as many as 242 people illegally gathered third-party ballots during the battleground state’s November 2020 election and subsequent U.S. Senate races.
The subpoenas ask for “the identity and contact information of the several individuals regarding personal knowledge, methods, and organizations involved in ballot trafficking in Georgia referenced in the Complaint and any recordings, transcripts, summaries, testimony, statements, witness interviews, notes or other documents describing what those individuals said.”
Here is a copy of one subpoena first posted at Just the News.