Like I said in my first post, the massive ping data and the quality and trustworthiness of those who analyze it will prove or disprove the movie's conclusion. So far the correlation of drop box location and ping data has been disputed by someone using low-res maps and a list of dropbox locations. And if it is true, then the tracking data presented in the movie is very much bogus.
Analyzing that data, given its size, would take a lot of expertise and maybe more computer time than is available anywhere. Trillions of pings ? Petabyte in size.
Supposedly the T the V people claim they spent $millions on the raw data but then used political activists to analyze it!
If that data was that expensive, no doubt it came with copyright restrictions by the seller. That's convenient to keep others from having a peek.
Seems the movie landed with a thud and went no where. If this dies completely then T the V and Dinesh will have made a few bucks and destroyed their credibility.
Sorta like Dick Morris, former political TV expert: one major mistake and then gone forever.
Did they (and there are a lot of people involved) really think they could make wild claims and get away with it ?
There were some interesting election anomalies we all know are true: vote count stops in multiple places at the same time, paper goes over the windows to stymie the curious, water leak that wasn't, postal truck driver on NJ to PA run has a story that disappears instantly, the belwether counties (my fav anomaly), Zuckerburg's massive investment in drop boxes, very few mail in ballots worthy of challenge compared to previous percentages, etc.
I suppose the movie is an example of the "Big Lie" theory. So outrageous that it cannot be wrong since it would be easy to disprove.
The Trump Russia deal has taken years to unravel. Most big lies do unravel, the Covid vax story still has some loose ends that will eventually settle out.