Newly Released Drop Box Videos in Detroit Reveal Multiple Issues During November 2020 Election

Three video clips from drop box locations in Detroit released this week reveal multiple issues that occurred with absentee ballots during the November 2020 election.

The absentee ballot drop box video evidence was shared Thursday in a series of three tweets by former President Donald Trump’s spokeswoman, Liz Harrington.

The video evidence Harrington tweeted was obtained by True the Vote’s founder Catherine Englebrecht as well as Gregg Phillips and shared during an interview with Jim Hoft of The Gateway Pundit and Patty McMurray of 100 Percent Fed Up.

True the Vote uncovered through a review of thousands of hours of absentee ballot drop box surveillance video and cell phone geo-tracking that there was a systematic and coordinated effort to exploit the vulnerabilities of drop boxes through ballot trafficking by individuals who moved between specific addresses and drop boxes, tens or even hundreds of times.

In the first video Harrington tweeted, where she refers to a statement made about November 2020 presidential election as “[t]he most secure election in history,” a woman is shown going to a drop box to deliver absentee ballots. As the woman approaches the drop box, she seems to discover that the required signatures on the outside of the ballot envelopes were missing. The woman then returns to the passenger side of a car, appears to sign the outside of the absentee ballot envelopes and then places them on the dashboard before returning to the drop box to deposit the absentee ballots.

Just over a year ago, a Michigan judge ruled that Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson violated the Administrative Procedures Act when she issued a directive to city clerks to ignore the signature matching law on absentee ballots during the 2020 election.

A second video clip showed someone in a postal worker uniform, Harrington points out, who made four stops within an hour to the same absentee ballot drop box – not a mail box on the day before the 2020 Election. A final visit to the drop box was in a private – versus postal service – vehicle.

Another video clip shows a man beside a drop box with a stack of blank absentee ballots. Drop box watchers apparently asked the man why he had blank ballots that were not in a container. He told the drop box watchers that he had been doing it all day long and that was his fifth trip.

An upcoming documentary film from Dinesh D’Souza, “2000 Mules” that is scheduled to be released the first week of May, a trailer for which can be watched here, will reveal evidence of organized absentee ballot trafficking enabled by drop boxes in six swing states – Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Texas and Wisconsin – during the November 2020 election from the research conducted and compiled by True the Vote.

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Laura Baigert is a senior reporter at The Star News Network.
Photo “Drop Box Video” by Liz Harrington. 



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