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A documentary covering True the Vote’s video evidence of a coordinated, funded, illegal ballot trafficking network across critical swing states
2000 Mules documents research from True the Vote, a conservative election intelligence organization that has compiled evidence of organized ballot trafficking in at least 6 states: Georgia, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Texas. In Georgia for example, True the Vote alleges there were 242 traffickers who made 5,662 trips to ballot drop boxes between the early morning hours of 12AM and 5AM, potentially unloading hundreds of thousands of illegally harvested ballots over the course of several weeks.
Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky has said Russia has launched an assault to seize the eastern Donbas region.
Have you ever wished you could regenerate those brain cells you sacrificed in college?
Bank Chiefs Should Face Jail Time for Money Laundering, Say UK MPs
A cross-party group of MPs has urged the government to introduce legislation that would put bank executives behind bars if they allowed or encouraged money laundering.
Parliament rushed through the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act in March in an attempt to deprive Russian oligarchs with ties to President Vladimir Putin of their UK-based wealth, and in the Queen’s Speech on May 10 the government promised to bring in another bill to tackle money laundering.
Potential New Powers for Britain’s Media Regulator Draw Concerns From Freedom of Speech Defenders
Defenders of free speech in the UK expressed concern about new powers the Online Safety Bill would provide to Ofcom the UK’s regulator of communications services.
The Bill was given an unopposed second reading by British MPs on April 19. It would force Google, Twitter, Meta (formerly Facebook), and others, to abide by a code of conduct, overseen by Ofcom, and remove “legal, but harmful” content. It is currently in committee.