(PatrioticPost.com)- The office of Republican Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich requested on Friday that federal authorities look into the nonprofit organization behind the video “2,000 Mules,” which makes allegations of massive voting fraud in Arizona and other crucial swing states.
In a letter disputing the claims, Chief Special Agent Reginald “Reggie” Grigsby of Bronvich’s office claimed that True the Vote (TTV), a Texas-based nonprofit organization devoted to the electoral process, and its contractor Gregg Phillips had failed to provide proof of voter fraud and had instead used the allegation to raise “considerable sums of money.” The actors Engelbrecht and Phillips starred in the film “2000 Mules” by Dinesh D’Souza.
TTV has gathered a sizable number of money by claiming to have proof of rampant voter fraud. Grisby declared that TTV’s efforts would educate the public on how to preserve election integrity at the polls and support protecting all voters’ rights. Although they claim to have given the information to police authorities, they have not done so despite having promised to in our situation.
Reginald claimed state officials started speaking with Engelbrecht and Phillips on three separate occasions nearly six months after former President Donald Trump resigned from office, claiming they paid a private vendor $2 million for phone identifier/fingerprint and geolocation data used for marketing purposes.
The nonprofit’s founder and a contractor reportedly promised to provide special investigators with evidence to support their claims. The organization, however, “never did disclose the material it alleged to have in its possession,” according to Grisby, despite repeated demands and a public announcement that TTV shared the data with Arizona regulators.
According to Gribsy, information has not been supplied as to the particular location, whether or not there is, in fact, a drop box at that place, or any information about the person(s) who may own the mobile device. “TTV did not give any video evidence to back charges of vote box stuffing,” the NGO said, adding that it has been emphatic that it had the proof of voter fraud and ballot stuffing.
Grigsby requested the Federal Bureau of Investigations and Internal Revenue Service agents to carry out the inquiry because “it would seem that additional study of its financials may be needed,” given TTV’s status as a nonprofit organization.
State officials in Pennsylvania, Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin, and Michigan have sent a letter to the U.S. House of Representatives looking into allegations of electoral irregularities to former President Donald Trump’s Department of Justice.
The letter states that there may be “potential” IRS violations involving the organization.
TTV representatives assert that the group has collaborated with specific law enforcement, and federal, and state agencies.