On Oct 31, Federal Judge Kenneth Hoyt held True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht and True the Vote investigator Gregg Phillips in contempt of court over their refusal to identify a confidential informant who helped them obtain information that led to the discovery that the E. Lansing, MI based election software company Konnech was storing election-related data on servers in China.

The courageous duo was taken into custody by US Marshalls and taken to a federal prison, where they were held for six days before they were finally released.

Here is the video of Engelbrecht and Phillips being led out of the courtroom:

On the day before their arrest and imprisonment, Catherine Engelbrecht posted a poignant and touching message to the truth warriors who continue to investigate the evidence of voter fraud in the 2020 election:

Hi friends. Writing on the eve of what appears to be jail time.


Still praying it doesn’t happen. But if it does, be assured we won’t be gone forever. More importantly, know this:

Be strong. Be courageous. Lead with love. We are a lot more alike than we are different. You have been entrusted to hold the line for this time. You can do it. Finish strong.

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.

Gregg Phillips and Catherine Engelbrecht

On September 8, a reporter from 100 Percent Fed Up attended “The Pit,” where 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.

AZ Sheriff Mark Lamb with True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht at “The Pit” in August, where they presented their findings related to their extensive research on Konnech to news outlets and independent journalists.

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.

According to True the Vote investigator Gregg Phillips, the FBI had already been investigating Konnech.

On the morning of November 7 (0nly one day before the mid-term election), True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips were released from federal prison. Is it curious that the duo who has amassed an army of poll challengers and election observers was kept in prison during the critical week before elections? Is it a coincidence that True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips, who, in 2020, did what no other election integrity group was able to do when they tracked ballot traffickers from absentee drop box to absentee drop box, and stash houses in-between using geo-tracking data that tracks pings from cell phones to track their movement were kept in a federal prison that prevented them from organizing their anti-election fraud troops?

This morning, Gregg Phillips shared a powerful hand-written list of 17 things “I will not” do from his prison cell on day #5.

Here’s the complete list 17 things Gregg Phillips “will not” do that he posted on Truth Social:


Americans who did nothing to protect our elections but are now whining about how the elections were stolen could learn a lot from Gregg’s list. Gregg Phillips and Catherine Engelbrecht are American heroes who deserve praise for their heroic actions. Above all, Gregg and Catherine kneel to no one but Jesus Christ, and next to our US military, their commitment to fighting for America is unmatched.

Every American who cares about our elections needs to support True the Vote and its efforts to fight back against stolen elections. They are currently involved in six election-related lawsuits. Go HERE to donate to their efforts to uncover and fight back against election fraud.

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