In a recent interview with Dr. Daniel Bobinski's "Keep the Republic" program on Brighteon.TV, Mahoney said hiring numerous ballot traffickers or mules to go around and just drop in five to 20 ballots here and there can help you steal the election. She noted that in one day the mules would visit multiple non-governmental offices and multiple drop boxes.
According to Mahoney, this scheme was rampant in five states namely Arizona, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Georgia. She also cited that this was happening in big cities like Atlanta and Philadelphia. She did note that some of the mules were not aware that they were doing an illegal activity and thought that they were just doing their job.
Bobinski opened the discussion with Mahoney by talking about the movie "2000 Mules," which is about people who carried fake ballots and the ballot harvesting program that was put in place. These mules took the fake ballots to the drop boxes, which put them in the system and got counted. (Related: "2000 mules" full of must-see surprises.)
The certified behavioral analyst and best-selling author said this election fraud scheme was discovered by using geospatial technology, with True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips of OpSec working together to figure out what was going on.
Bobinski said that the Associated Press (AP) tried to disprove it, but Mahoney wrote an Uncover DC article about True the Vote and "2000 Mules" that set straight the hit piece from AP.
AP claimed that the film failed to prove that "at least 2,000 mules" were paid to illegally collect ballots and deliver them to drop boxes in key swing states ahead of the 2020 presidential election, mainly because the findings are "based on false assumptions about the precision of cellphone tracking data and the reasons that someone might drop off multiple ballots, according to experts."
Fortunately, Mahoney was able to counter AP's hit piece. "I have a lot of the data because of the interviews that I've done with her [Engelbrecht] and I've written so many stories on it. I'm very familiar with a lot of it. I have video myself. I have some of their documents that have not been released," Mahoney said.
The investigative journalist, who had written nine articles about the True the Vote and OpSec investigation, said that Engelbrecht sent her a text message about a text or email she got from people late at night asking for her comment and then the next day the AP article was published without her being able to respond.
Bobinski shared that the same thing has happened to him before where media outlets will send a request for comment on something in the late hours and they publish their article the next day.
"And then in their article, they say we reached out to so and so for comment who failed to respond or would not respond or however they want to say it to try to paint you to look bad when in fact they don't even give you time to respond. But they did it really late. That's happened to some friends of mine here in my state, where they're trying to smear the person," Bobinski explained.
Bobinski noted that True the Vote and OpSec spent a lot of time analyzing and researching their data so that what they could present "an uncorrupted and true data."
He also cited a Rasmussen Report tweet that said: "Using state-of-the art technology, the film convincingly makes the case that the 2020 presidential election was perhaps the most unsecure election ever and was stolen from former President [Donald] Trump."
It directly contradicted the claims made by mainstream media talking heads that the 2020 national election was the most secure election ever.
Another tweet read by Bobinski said: "One of the key take-home messages from this movie '2000 Mules' is that the GOP has been approached by whistleblowers and did absolutely nothing. An operation of this magnitude would have been impossible to pull off without the uniparty acting in complete concert with each other."
This was saddening, Bobinski said, because the Deep State was doing massive fraud and the Republicans did nothing about it.
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