Just the News founder and Editor in Chief John Solomon appeared on The John Fredericks Show Wednesday morning to discuss his breaking story involving an alleged ballot harvesting ring in Georgia exposed by the election integrity group, True the Vote.
The group, working through the state’s open record laws, obtained video footage, statements, and other documents substantiating a complaint alleging material engineering of the 2020 election outcome in Georgia.
In all, the number of illegally cast ballots could be as high as 1,000,000, at a cost, one whistleblower says, of $10 per ballot.
John Fredericks: We’re talking, here, about a guy that made $45,000 dollars at $10 a ballot. Have you done that math? That’s 4500 ballots.
John Solomon: That would be just one of those 242 people delivering potentially 4,500 ballots if that math is correct and if he’s given us an accurate account – given a true and accurate account. So that’s just one person and that gives you a little bit of a sense of the potential scope and size of the operation.
Again, this needs to be investigated; we need to validate all this information – but you can see on some of the video footage I’ve seen, people walking in with stacks of ballots. Sometimes they have so many in their hands it drops to the ground and they pick some of the ballot envelopes up again, put them in. You can see them occasionally taking those selfie photos, which is what the gentleman described as part of the modus operadi.
And so there’s a very good roadmap – and in some cases, I noticed, you could see the car and the vehicle license plate of the person bringing in the ballots at 1, 2, 3 o’clock in the morning. And that’s another important thing: most of us don’t vote at 2, 3, 4 o’clock in the morning. We’re asleep or we’re on the night shift working. But the idea that so much of this occurred on the videotapes between 12 am and 5 am, I think, adds another level of intrigue that maybe this was something illicit.
But we’ve got professionals looking at it; and people who know the law and have subpoena power. We’ll find out how real and how extensive this is. But as described in the complaint, it is a very large operation.
Fredericks: John, listen: $45,000 dollars at $10 a ballot means that this one individual delivered 4,500 – allegedly – ballot harvesting. Just one guy. You times that – and that’s an average – he’s saying it’s about average – and you times that by 242 people. Between the General and the Run-off, you’ve got over a million ballots.