Geo-tracking and the election

Whether you like it or not, your cell phone spits out information on your location and time of day at that location (geo-tracking) even if “location services” is turned off.

This information is collected and sold to many brokers who resell it to a variety of customers. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a big player through Amazon AWS Data Exchange. By tracking your location and time at that location, for instance, advertisers learn about where you sleep (most likely where you live), what places you visit such as a gym, where you dine and what stores you visit.

Law enforcement, the FBI and the military use this data. The data is often very accurate within yards of your location and is used in targeted advertising. Now enter Greg Phillips, a person experienced in analyzing geo-tracking data. He purchased over a petabyte (1 million gigabytes) of geo-tracking data from various cities across the country at specific areas in the city (geo-fencing) from Oct. 1, 2020 to the November 2020 election.  This investigation revealed thousands of geo-tracks where individuals visited multiple ballot drop boxes at all hours of the day, especially in the early morning hours such as 2 a.m. and 3 a.m.

Surveillance cameras at ballot box locations (as required by law) revealed people inserting on the average of six ballots into ballot drop boxes at times and locations indicated in the geo-tracking data. Four million minutes of state government surveillance video that was obtained through freedom of information requests show individuals inserting multiple ballots into ballot boxes.

Geo-tracking revealed the same individual visiting multiple ballot boxes, which was verified by surveillance video. The videos show people taking photos of themselves stuffing ballot boxes, presumably to prove that they did it so they can get paid.  Later on, in some run-off elections, people stuffing ballot boxes were using plastic gloves. The use of plastic gloves started shortly after some were indicted for election fraud based on finger print evidence on ballots.

It is interesting to note that it is often claimed that the 2020 election was the most honest in history despite the evidence of election fraud illustrated in approximately four million minutes of video.

This new study using geo-tracking adds to the evidence of possible systematic election fraud in many cities. Critics of this study say geo-tracking is not accurate, the study results are biased, the author has a political agenda, etc. Geo-tracking is accurate and the methodology in the study is scientifically sound. Political agendas are political science. There appears to be little interest in investigating this evidence of election fraud from either side of the aisle and the media. The solution to this problem is simple. Eliminate the ballot drop boxes (both state and privately-owned) and stop sending out ballots to people who have not requested an absentee ballot. Don’t hold your breath.


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