True the Vote, a nonprofit organization based in Texas, offers up evidence based on combining $2 million worth of anonymized cell phone geolocation data with four million minutes of government surveillance video obtained via a public records request. The group drew a virtual boundary around dropboxes and nongovernment organizations in Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Georgia. Doing so helped True the Vote identify unique cell phones that repeatedly visited dropbox locations and NGOs ahead of the 2020 Election.
True the Vote founder Catherine Englebrecht and election intelligence investigator Gregg Phillips walk D’Souza through their findings during the film. If a cellphone “pinged” near a dropbox more than 10 times and an NGO more than five times from Oct. 1 to Election Day, True the Vote classified the cellphone owner as a mule.
Based on this classification, the group asserted 380,000 fraudulent votes were cast in the 2020 Election. True the Vote’s data claims illegal ballot trafficking materially swung Georgia, Arizona, and Pennsylvania all for President Joe Biden. Without these votes, True the Vote claims former President Donald Trump would have claimed 279 electoral votes.