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  • True The Vote<> conducting massive, clandestine voter fraud investigation
  • Conservative election integrity group True The Vote has been conducting a months-long voter fraud investigation into the 2020 presidential election, the results of which may soon start coming out, Breitbart News has learned exclusively.

  • Missouri: Alleged burglar enters back door, dies from shotgun blast
  • A Webster Groves homeowner grabbed his shotgun and confronted the suspect, telling him to leave. Suspect refused.
  • 4 Out of 5 Milwaukee residents’ election complaints questions Left’s role in Wisconsin
  • MADISON, Wis.— The city of Milwaukee allowed liberal & third-party groups funded by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to set the rules and help 'administer' November’s presidential election, according to a complaint filed on behalf of five residents by an election watchdog.
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    True The Vote conducting massive clandestine voter fraud investigation

    By Matthew Boyle

    A document that the group’s founder Catherine Engelbrecht circulated to prospective donors, obtained by Breitbart News, details several facets of the investigation — which centers on what the group describes as the collection of cell phone GPS ping data in key election hotspots around the country including Georgia, Arizona, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan.

    When reached and asked to comment on the forthcoming investigation, Engelbrecht confirmed the authenticity of the document and its contents but declined further comment at this time.

    The document says that True The Vote has spent the last several months since late last year collecting more than 27 terabytes of geospatial and temporal data — a total of 10 trillion cell phone pings — between Oct. 1 and Nov. 6 in targeted areas in Georgia, Arizona, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Texas. The data includes geofenced points of interest like ballot dropbox locations, as well as UPS stores and select government, commercial, and non-governmental organization (NGO) facilities.

    “From this we have thus far developed precise patterns of life for 242 suspected ballot traffickers in Georgia and 202 traffickers in Arizona,” True The Vote’s document says. “According to the data, each trafficker went to an average of 23 ballot dropboxes.”

    In other words, what the document says is that True The Vote was able to take cell phone ping data on a mass wide scale and piece together that several people — suspected ballot harvesters — were making multiple trips to multiple drop boxes, raising potential legal questions in a number of these states.

    From there, the document continues, True The Vote gathered surveillance video on the drop boxes in Georgia and is attempting to gather similar such surveillance video from other states. The document states that True The Vote has obtained one full petabyte of surveillance footage on drop boxes — two million minutes of video — which it says is broken into 73,000 individual video files. The group is expected to begin releasing some of these videos, which purportedly show the same people going multiple times to the same drop boxes, in the coming weeks.

    “We are building out video stories and have compiled videos of individuals stuffing ballot dropboxes with stacks of ballots, individuals depositing ballots in multiple dropboxes, unauthorized coordination between government workers engaged in the exchange of ballots, and several other tranches of video that capture unusual patterns such as the wearing of gloves to deposit ballots, taking pictures of ballot deposits, etc.,” True The Vote’s document says.

    As for states other than Georgia, True The Vote’s document says that the status of such surveillance video is as of now unclear. “Video availability in other states is undetermined; open records requests submitted consistently since January continue to be met with conflicting communications and stalls,” True The Vote’s document says.

    The group says also that it has at least three teams of analysts combing through the raw data and the surveillance video seeking out individual stories and other trends, and that it has been in contact with federal and state law enforcement in various states on what it has found and determined already.

    There are several reasons why this revelation about True The Vote’s effort is significant. First and foremost, these revelations come amid several ongoing so-called “audits” in a number of states like Arizona nationally — the results of the Arizona audit are imminently expected — and other efforts by some allies of former President Donald Trump to continue the push for illuminating what happened in the 2020 presidential election. Most of the aforementioned have either not been fruitful, or perhaps have even damaged the former president’s cause by either not being factual or by being incomplete in their nature or for other reasons which cast doubt on their credibility. This self-described effort from True The Vote could change the discussion by providing proof — complete with cell phone data and surveillance video — of allegedly illegal activity that could lead to much more drastic action by law enforcement or political leaders in these various states.

    These revelations could be coming amid a renewed push from national Democrats in Washington, DC, to pass some form or another of a federal election takeover plan — whether it be HR1, S1, or a new push for the John Lewis Voting Rights Act, which was HR4 in the last Congress. So far this year, such efforts by Democrats have failed and stalled out in the evenly-divided U.S. Senate as the filibuster has prevented their passage.






    Alleged burglar enters back door, dies from shotgun blast

    By AWR Hawkins

    An alleged burglar in Webster Groves, Missouri, entered the backdoor of a residence yesterday and died after the homeowner shot him with a shotgun.

    KSDK reports that the incident occurred around 2:50 a.m.

    The homeowner grabbed shotgun and confronted the suspect, telling him to leave. The suspect allegedly refused to comply so the homeowner shot him.

    The suspect was taken to a hospital and pronounced dead.

    KMOV notes that Greg O’Brien, a nearby neighbor, agreed with the homeowner’s actions.

    O’Brien said, “I would have done the same. That’s the first thing I did when I heard my dogs go crazy, I grabbed my handgun.”

    AWR Hawkins is an award-winning Second Amendment columnist for Breitbart News and the writer/curator of Down Range with AWR Hawkinsa weekly newsletter focused on all things Second Amendment, also for Breitbart News. He is the political analyst for Armed American Radio. Follow him on Instagram: @awr_hawkins. Reach him at awrhawkins@breitbart.com. You can sign up to get Down Range at breitbart.com/downrange.







    4 Out of 5 Milwaukee residents’ election complaints questions the Left’s role in Wisconsin

    By M.D. Kittle

    MADISON, Wis.— The city of Milwaukee allowed liberal, third-party groups funded by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to set the rules and help administer November’s presidential election, according to a complaint filed on behalf of five residents by an election watchdog.

    Milwaukee, with the complaint filed by the Amistad Project, became the fourth of the so-called WI-5 cities to be accused of election law violations under state law and the U.S. Constitution as more details emerge about the five cities’ partnerships with “safe elections” groups.

    Complaints focused on Green Bay, Kenosha, Racine, and Milwaukee are filed with the Wisconsin Elections Commission, which has sought outside counsel because its administrator is accused of a conflict of interest.

    The Chicago-based Center for Tech and Civic Life handed out more than $8 million in “election safety and security” grants to Wisconsin’s five largest and most heavily Democratic cities, which also include Madison. The bulk of that total— $6.3 million—was distributed as part of a controversial contract between the center and the five cities.

    The Center for Tech and Civic Life received more than $300 million from Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, ostensibly to help local elections offices administer safe and secure elections.

    As a Wisconsin Spotlight investigation uncovered, CTCL required the “Wisconsin 5” cities to sign contracts that included funding “clawback” provisions if they failed to meet the organization’s demands. Local elections officials had to work with the center’s partner organizations, including the National Vote at Home Institute.

    In final official results in Wisconsin, Democrat nominee Joe Biden defeated Donald Trump by 49.6% of the vote to 48.9%, flipping a state with 10 electoral votes that Trump won in 2016.

    Emails show longtime Democratic operative Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein, Wisconsin lead for the institute, was intricately involved in the administering Green Bay’s and Milwaukee’s elections, including offering to “cure” or correct absentee ballots.

    Spitzer-Rubenstein and several other left-leaning activists in the Center for Tech and Civic Life’s network played prominent roles in Milwaukee’s election administration, according to emails obtained by Wisconsin Spotlight through an open records request.

    The emails show the activists and election officials sharing raw voter data and discussing how best to maximize turnout of traditionally Democratic voters in “areas with predominantly minorities.”

    The activists and officials tapped another liberal group, Power the Polls, to help recruit scores of poll workers and discuss ballot curing.

    Activists recommended Mikva Challenge to recruit high school age poll workers to serve as “ballot couriers” and for “ballot drop-off voter registrations.” Mikva Challenge describes itself as developing youth to “be empowered, informed, and active citizens who will promote a just and equitable society.”

    The complaint in Milwaukee, filed May 11, cites more than a dozen such left-wing partners of the Center for Tech and Civic Life.

    Milwaukee city officials working with outside groups turned over responsibilities that solely belong to local elections officials and Wisconsin’s election regulator, according to the complaint.

    To date, the Amistad Project has filed election law complaints against Milwaukee, Green Bay, Racine, and Kenosha. The Wisconsin Assembly’s Campaigns and Elections Committee is investigating the involvement of third-party groups in the state’s 2020 elections.

    Reid Magney, spokesman for the Wisconsin Elections Commission, said the agency had received the Milwaukee complaint and posted it on its website.

    “The respondents have been notified of the complaint and have been given 10 business days to file a sworn response,” Magney said, adding that the complaint would be “handled the same way as the other complaints involving Green Bay, Racine, and Kenosha.”

    Outside counsel will be brought in to review the complaint.

    The office of Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, a Democrat, did not respond to a request for comment on the complaint.

    In the end, Wisconsin’s five largest cities saw massive turnout, with Biden substantially benefiting from it.

    The Democratic nominee won Milwaukee with nearly 79% of the vote to Trump’s 19.6%. In Milwaukee County, Biden claimed more than 69% of the vote.

    In Dane County, home to far-left Madison, the state’s capital, Biden beat Trump 76% to 23%.

    Biden won by more than 6,000 votes in the city of Kenosha, but lost Kenosha County to Trump, 50.8% to 47.7%.

    Biden won Green Bay by about 4,000 votes, but lost surrounding Brown County to Trump, 52.8% to 45.6%. Trump also won Racine County with 51.3%, although Biden picked up more votes in the city of Racine.

    M.D. Kittle is an investigative reporter at the MacIver Institute, a free market think tank based in Madison, Wisconsin, Bureau Chief for Wisconsin Watchdog, an online news source that focuses on exposing government waste, fraud and abuse of power. Also a reporter at the Franklin Center for Government and Public Integrity, Kittle is a 25-year veteran of radio, newspaper and online journalism, working not only in Wisconsin, but also Iowa and Missouri.





    The Shallowater High School Student Council in Texas raised thousands of dollars for a very special cause during its annual Mr. Mustang event on Thursday.

    The funds cancer “in which the bone marrow makes too many immature lymphocytes (a type of white blood cell),” according to the National Cancer Institute.

    The event’s purpose was to raise shared pictures of students at the event with Baylor in the middle helping hold the giant check.

    “We knew we could not pass up the opportunity to bless this amazing family. I know that there is not a family more deserving than the Buckners!” said Student Council president, Hannah Fisher.

    “They are so kind, positive, and grateful. They are such a great example of clinging tight to their faith despite the challenging circumstances. The smile on Baylor’s face is what made all of the work worth it,” she continued.

    Shallowater ISD expressed its thanks to everyone who donated and helped make the event a big success, saying of Baylor, “Though she be but little, she is fierce!”

    Facebook users congratulated the students and one person called their efforts “outstanding.”

    “Bravo!!!! I am so proud to be a part of the SISD community! There is so much light ahead for our world with kids like this in the lead!” another said.






    A 100-year-old Navy veteran received special recognition from the state of New Jersey for his service during World War II.

    Navy veteran Sidney Finkle, who served as a Navy Aviation Ordnanceman 3rd Class during World War II, recently received the New Jersey Distinguished Service Medal (Brandywine Living at Pennington, where Finkle, a Trenton native, has been living for seven years with his wife, Jean, to whom he has been married for 72 years.

    Jean’s first cousin read aloud from the framed recognition from Gov. Phil Murphy (D-NJ) before Nall pinned the medal onto Finkle’s coat and congratulated him with a firm handshake, NJ.com

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