EXCLUSIVE BREAKING News from 100 Percent Fed Up and the Gateway Pundit– During an exclusive call, True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht and leader investigator Gregg Phillips have revealed that by utilizing the same geolocation tracking data they used to identify over 200o mules in the ‘2000 Mules’ movie, they have now identified out-of-state residents who they consider “important individuals” who may have been key players in the Detroit election. The individuals they have identified are North Carolina residents and were in Detroit, specifically in critical areas around the TCF Center, where absentee ballots from the November 2020 election were being counted for over 24 hours after the polls closed in Michigan.

On November 4, 2020, at 3:49 am, President Donald J. Trump had his largest lead in the state of Michigan. On Nov 4. at 6:31 am, there was a massive ballot dump of 149,772 ballots, of which only 5968 were for Trump. By 9:02 am, after the early morning ballot dump on Nov. 4, President Trump and Joe Biden incredibly, were tied. Joe Biden curiously won the state of Michigan, a state that Trump won in 2016.

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According to Gregg Phillips and Catherine Engelbrecht, the “important individuals” they have identified can be tied to four key locations linked to the election and post-election activity directly around the TCF Center. According to Catherine Engelbrecht, the “important individuals” curiously “Came to town for the election and then left.”

Gregg Phillips and Catherine Engelbrecht

If you or someone you know has knowledge of voter fraud activity that took place in Detroit before, during, or after the November 2020 election, please go to the True The Vote tip line to report. 

In February 2020, the Gateway Pundit was able to confirm the existence of early morning ballot drops in the back hallway of the TCF Center on the morning after the November 2020 election with the surveillance video they exclusively purchased from the TCF Center.

At 3:11 AM, A black sedan (escort vehicle) with Pennsylvania license plates is seen pulling up to a door in the back hallway at the TCF Center. It appears as though the person in the escort vehicle contacts a supervisor or election official (dressed all in black) who leaves the counting room in the TCF Center through a door into the hallway. The black male, dressed all in black, appears to hand something to the driver in the escort vehicle through the window and the escort vehicle pulls away.


At 3:25 AM, the white van enters the back hallway. Three men jump out of the vehicle and begin to unload over 50 USPS absentee ballot transfer boxes filled with absentee ballots from the van onto the counting floor of the TCF Center.

The van is then seen on video, leaving the center about 25 minutes later.

Multiple GOP challengers on the scene would later report them as being positively identified as ballots. Former State Elections Director Chris Thomas, who was assigned to the TCF center as Senior Advisor to City Clerk Janice Winfrey, will later state in a deposition: “No absentee ballots.

Approximately one hour later, the black escort car arrives again at the TCF Center, contacts a supervisor or election official inside who exits through the door of the counting room into the hallway where he hands the escort driver something through the window and as the black vehicle leaves the TCF Center hallway, the white van reappears, and several men begin to unload more boxes of ballots.

The white van that was given entry into the back hallways of the TCF Center on the day after the election was registered to the city of Detroit. The van was allowed entry through an electronic gate outside the TCF complex.


Gregg Phillips and his team of investigators are still looking at all of the evidence associated with their findings. They will continue to update 100 Percent Fed Up, the Gateway Pundit, and the MC4EI team in Michigan.

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