WATCH: Huge Election Fraud Evidence

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A discussion on Wednesday is setting the stage for a national debate that’s been long overdue regarding the 2020 presidential election. The interview, which included Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoff; 100 Percent Fed Up’s Patty McMurray; and two members of the investigation team for the upcoming Dinesh D’Souza documentary “2000 Mules,” Gregg Phillips and Catherine Engelbrecht. The group talked about the highly anticipated documentary, blatant irregularities during the 2020 presidential election and some amazing footage of extremely shady activity activity by what appear to be ballot stuffers participating in a coordinated strike against the American system of government..

The clips shown during the interview are shocking additions to the already voluminous evidence of the many coordinated attacks against then-President Donald Trump in 2020. 

Englebrecht, founder and president of True the Vote, spoke about the origins of the film, explaining that, “We started our investigation, really, it started when we opened up our election integrity hotline,” relating that the calls they were taking from concerned citizens had a noticeable pattern, giving them clues of what they’d need to zero in on in order to uncover what was happening.


She went on to talk about trying to strategize about how her and her team would be able to get the information out to the American public and her frustrations with government officials not taking action on the evidence they’d gathered. She recalled thinking of the historical significance of the circumstances surrounding the 2020 contest, saying to herself that the “election was rigged and stolen” and wondering how they would sound the alarm.

Gregg Phillips, a True the Vote board member and former deputy Health and Human Services commissioner in the state of Texas, spoke about his frustrations investigating voter fraud in Georgia, highlighting the failures and cowardice of Governor Kemp and the indifference he experienced as he tried to bring the evidence he had compiled to law enforcement’s attention. He claimed to have met with investigators and presented his findings, but that no action was taken by any of the officials in attendance.


He related a specific story about authorities going out of their way to dox both himself and his analyst. In what seems like a vindictive abuse of power, authorities reportedly searched through the metadata of what Phillips had provided as evidence, locating their names, and including them in a letter written to a local publication, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. 

Later in the interview, Englebrecht and Phillips spoke about the incredible video put together in the runup to the release of their documentary. 

In one particular video, Phillips points out the gloves being worn by one particular perpetrator and puts the observation into context. According to Phillips, days before the increased use of gloves by ballot stuffers, an indictment in Arizona had come down that involved fingerprints actually being lifted off of suspect ballots. Suddenly, surgical gloves became more prevalent on the heels of the news that fingerprints were being used as evidence in election fraud cases.

In another video discussed, widely circulated on Twitter, Patty McMurray gives the play-by-play as a woman gets out of a car with a stack of ballots; walks up to a drop box; apparently, realizes the ballots aren’t signed; and then returns to the car to sign them. The video goes on to show what appears to be the woman signing all of the ballots in the car, returning to the drop box and placing the ballots into it.


Englebrecht summarized the movie:

And, what we’ve learned from our research is that there was a systematic and coordinated effort to exploit those vulnerabilities around the drop boxes; specifically, through what we call ‘ballot trafficking.’ And that is individuals who are moving, according to what we can tell, moving back and forth between nonprofit organizations — key nonprofit organizations — and the drop boxes. And doing this in excess of 20, 30, 40 … we have people who in the data show they went to drop boxes in excess of 100 times during the early election period. So, the movie tells that story.

D’Souza’s film documents the glaring issues with the 2020 election, claiming — with evidence — that his team has tracked multiple ballot drops by 2,000 mules during the election. 


In his trailer, the video shows a concerning pattern of multiple drops by the same individuals, dropping off what appear to be stacks of ballots by lone voters and a common theme of taking pictures of drop boxes after the votes were cast — D’Souza suggests that the pictures, similar to Amazon delivery methods, were to show proof of their illegal act to whoever was paying them. In the opening of the trailer, in a voice-over showing video of one ballot stuffer in the act, D’Souza declares that, “This one mule made 53 trips to 20 drop boxes; he’s not alone.”

The documentary looks to be a fantastic analysis of the fortification of the 2020 presidential election. 

The entire interview can be viewed on Gateway Pundit’s YouTube channel:


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