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  • Writer's pictureJanuary 6th News

Group Alleging 2020 Voter Fraud Admits to Zero Evidence

True the Vote, a conservative group which made claims of voter fraud and ballot stuffing in Georgia during the 2020 election, has admitted to a Georgia judge that they do not have evidence to support their claims.

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True the Vote first filed their complaint in 2021 with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, claiming they had “a detailed account of coordinated efforts to collect and deposit ballots in drop boxes across metro Atlanta”. A Fulton County Superior Court judge then signed an order requiring True the Vote to provide proof of these alleged accounts, upon which True the Vote admitted they had no evidence of these accounts.

The allegations made by True the Vote were used as a source of evidence in the Dinesh D’Souza film 2000 Mules, which alleged widespread voter fraud in the 2020 Election. D’Souza’s movie has since been debunked, and True the Vote’s lack of evidence is just another blow to D’Souza’s claims.

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