Facts Matter (May 16): 2nd State Featured in ‘2000 Mules’ Issues Subpoenas for the Names of Ballots Mules and Funding NGOs
After the release of “2000 Mules,” a film exposing the alleged ballot trafficking scheme that took place across the country, many people have been asking what the next steps are to combat this practice.
And the answer is rather simple: now that the data has been collected, the election watchdog group behind the investigation is giving presentations to the different state legislatures, in order for them to launch their own probes.
At the end of the day, it’s the individual states—with their own police forces and their own election offices—that have the power to subpoena evidence and launch criminal inquiries.
And that appears to be exactly what’s happening.
The state of Georgia, which was featured prominently in the film, has not only launched its own investigation into ballot harvesting, but it has now also issued official subpoenas in order to identify and speak with the ballot mules and also the organizations funding them.
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