By Wendi Strauch Mahoney of UncoverDC
"2000 Mules, a 90-minute documentary produced by Dinesh D’Souza, is the visual tip of the ballot trafficking iceberg based on the digital evidence collected by True the Vote (TTV) and OPSEC.
Utilizing geospatial technology to ping cellphones using data from apps, Catherine Engelbrecht, founder of TTV, coordinated with Gregg Phillips’ OPSEC team of cyber analysts to establish a “pattern of life.”
They then corroborated those anonymous cellphone data trails with publicly available dropbox surveillance videos.
Phillips has been doing highly specialized work on elections globally for forty years but the technology used in this project has only been around for the past few years.
The AP published a “hit piece” on May 3, attempting to expose TTV’s “flawed analysis of cellphone location data and ballot drop box surveillance footage” presented in 2000 Mules. We will examine those claims, weaving in information from the movie and conversations with Engelbrecht over the weekend."
Click here to read the full "fact check" of the "fact checkers".