True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht and investigator Gregg Phillips have been arrested and held in custody just one week before the midterms.
Federal Judge Kenneth Hoyt ordered Engelbrecht and Phillips to be arrested and held in contempt of court over their refusal to identify a confidential information who helped them obtain evidence that election software compnay Konnech was storing election-related data on servers in China.
Ivory Hecker, a former Fox News reporter turned independent journalist was reporting from the scene during the hearings in the district court. She reports:
“Judge Hoyt orders that Engelbrecht and Phillips be held in custody for a day or more until they bring forth the information they are withholding,” Hecker tweeted. She added, “Judge says he never got a straight answer on who was in the Dallas hotel room January, 2021, and he doesn’t know how many people were there. Judge says the way Phillips and Engelbrecht talked suggests True the Vote did have access to the hacked computer data, though they deny it.
The patriotic duo have been taken into custody by US Marshalls and are currently being detained. Here is a video of Engelbrecht and Phillips being led out of the courtroom:
Last night, on her Truth Social account, Catherine Engelbrecht posted this touching message to the truth warriors who continue to investigate the evidence of voter fraud in the 2020 election:
100% Fed Up report: Engelbrecht and Phillips were the duo behind the bombshell documentary 2000 Mules that used geofencing data to uncover an alleged massive ballot-harvesting operation in several key states across America in 2020.
On September 8, True the Votes’ Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips dropped a bombshell about the arrest of Eugene Yu, CEO of Konnech, an E. Lansing, MI-based company responsible for the software used in managing elections in several states that stored personal information of over 1 million Americans in its database.
Konnech, much like Dominion, almost immediately sued True the Vote as a way to silence them and keep them from speaking out about the bombshell information they provided to reporters at The Pit related to Konnech and the unlawful transfer of information from America to China.
“These were legitimate people who believed that this software posed a national security risk to the United States of America, and they were working with us closely to try to stop this from being in place during the midterms,” Phillips said.