‘True the Vote’ Founders Speak Out Against Imprisonment and Retribution After Bombshell 2000 Mules Documentary

“True the Vote” founders Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips spoke out against their unlawful imprisonment and detention as the Soviet-style legal regime in America cracks down on them over their important research proving coordinated election fraud in the 2020 presidential election.

The findings by “True the Vote” were detailed in the explosive 2000 Mules documentary film produced by Dinesh D’Souza. As a result, Engelbrecht and Phillips have been targeted by the regime and placed in jail for refusing to reveal one of their whistleblowers, even though providing that information may put that whistleblower in serious danger.

Engelbrecht and Phillips spoke out during a livestream with journalist Jim Hoft of the Gateway Pundit and reporter Patty McMurray of 100 Percent Fed Up on Thursday afternoon. Engelbrecht said she and Phillips were held in solitary confinement for eight days before finally being freed.

“This whole thing started with a meeting in Dallas that I participated in,” Phillips said. “In this meeting, I was able to view all of this data that had emerged from the Konnech system, or was shown by the screen as having emerged from the Konnech system, but specifically from a particular server in China, but the dust-up now is about that meeting.”

Konnech is an election management firm whose founder was charged with stealing personally-identifiable information of voters and then allegedly funneling it to China. The charges were dropped immediately following the midterm elections. Phillips described the dehumanizing measures he and Engelbrecht were subjected to while behind bars, although he said that the prison guards and law enforcement treated them with great respect.

“Maybe the most profound moment for me was early in the process when you’re being onboarded…there are a number of things you have to go through, some of them medical in nature…and so I was in line, and another prisoner in front of me as I was trying to understand what was going on, the prisoner in front of me turned around and said to me, ‘in here, your life is not your own,'” Engelbrecht said.

“It redoubled my resolve once I got on the outside, to be a little more mindful about the importance of our freedom and not take it for granted because it is to be cherished,” she added.

Big League Politics has reported on how the courts are attempting to unmask whistleblowers in order to send a chilling effect and stop the flow of information exposing election fraud:

True the Vote founders Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips have been jailed for contempt of court for refusing to unmask a whistleblower, called a “person of interest” in a defamation and computer hacking case against the election fraud researchers.

Engelbrecht and Phillips do not want to give up the whistleblower’s identity because unmasking the person would put him in potential danger with drug cartels. The court is demanding they give up their source, jeopardize their credibility, and undermine their life’s work. They have refused and were put in jail under an order from U.S. District Judge Kenneth Hoyt as a result.

This stems from a lawsuit filed by Konnech, a software company that manages elections. They claimed that the organization’s CEO Eugene Yu received threats and suffered professional liability because of True the Vote’s claims.

Yu was arrested in Michigan earlier this month under suspicion of stealing personally-identifying information through his firm and funneling it over to communist China. Nevertheless, Engelbrecht and Phillips have still been jailed as a result of this ridiculous case – as a Soviet-style legal regime is enacted on proponents of election integrity…

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