Arizona Authorities Request Feds Investigate Non-Profit Group Behind Voter Fraud Documentary ‘2,000 Mules’
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Republican Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s office called on federal officials Friday to investigate the nonprofit group behind the 2020 Presidential Election documentary “2,000 Mules,” which alleges widespread voter fraud occurred in Arizona and other key swing states.

Chief Special Agent Reginald “Reggie” Grigsby of Bronvich’s office disputed the allegations in a letter accusing Catherine Engelbrecht, founder of True the Vote (TTV), a Texas-based nonprofit organization focused on the electoral process, and its contractor Gregg Phillips of failing to provide evidence surrounding voter fraud, adding the group allegedly used the claim to raise “considerable sums of money.” Engelbrecht and Phillips appeared in filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza’s movie “2000 Mules.”

“TTV has raised considerable sums of money alleging they had evidence of widespread voter fraud, and their efforts would train the public to protect election integrity at the polls and to help protect all voters’ rights,” Grisby said. “They indicate they have provided the information to law enforcement agencies; in our case, they have not after promising to do so.”

Nearly six months after former President Donald Trump left office, Reginald said state authorities began meeting with Engelbrecht and Phillips on three different occasions claiming they paid a private vendor $2 million for phone identifier/fingerprint and geolocation data used for marketing purposes.

The nonprofit founder and contractor allegedly told special investigators that they would show proof of the evidence. But despite repeated requests and publicly announcing that TTV shared the evidence with Arizona officials, Grisby said the nonprofit “never did provide the information it purported to have in its possession.”

“Information has not been provided as to the specific location, whether or not there is in fact a drop box at that location, nor is there any information on the person(s) who may be in possession of the mobile device,” Gribsy said. “TTV did not provide any video evidence to support claims of ballot box stuffing,” adding that the nonprofit has been adamant it possesses the evidence of ballot stuffing and voting fraud.

“Given TTV’s status as a nonprofit organization, it would appear that further review of its financials may be warranted,” Grigsby asked the Federal Bureau of Investigations and Internal Revenue Service agents to conduct the investigation.

The nonprofit could be subject to “potential” IRS violations, the letter reads.

TTV officials claim in a post on the organization’s website that the group has worked with some federal and state officials and law enforcement.

“We did involve federal and state officials and law enforcement and are working with those who wish to act,” according to the post. “Unfortunately, some are not willing to work with us, which is why we are encouraging all Americans to take action in their state to ensure free and fair elections.”

State authorities sent the letter to federal officials one day after Former President Trump wrote to the U.S House Committee investigating January 6 detailing a list of election irregularities allegations in Pennsylvania, Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin, and Michigan.

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