Editor’s Note: Anyone remember “House of Cards” on Netflicks where the Pennsylvania Governors election is won by the character “Russo” who was totally owned by Frank Underwood, a Democratic Majority Whip? As I recall, Russo was a bald and troubled man…see any co-incidences here? Just sayin…
After everything we learned following the 2020 election, Americans are increasingly less likely to accept election results that don’t make sense.
Following the 2020 election, mountains of evidence of voter fraud was ignored by the courts, and legitimate reports of voter fraud, as well as hundreds of reported incidents of poll challenger intimidation and threats, were shared with lawmakers who discounted their accounts and refused to call for forensic audits in their states.
Several months later, True the Vote’s Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips revealed evidence of what appeared to be a massive ballot trafficking scheme in several swing states, including Pennsylvania. Their investigations of the multi-state ballot harvesting operation became the subject of Dinesh D’Souza’s wildly popular ‘2000 Mules’ movie.
The release of the 2000 Mules movie was just the beginning of True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips’ fight to expose voter fraud in America. In July 2022, they invited a group of journalists to Arizona, where they hosted an event called “The Pit.” The event was created to reveal information they discovered about US election-related data that was allegedly being sent to China by E. Lansing, MI-based election software company Konnech, where it was being stored on servers in China.
Konnech almost immediately sued Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips for defamation.
On October 31, Federal Judge Kenneth Hoyt, who is the judge hearing the defamation case, unfairly 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 and, later, evidence that Konnech was storing election-related data on servers in China.
After Yu’s arrest, DA Gascon thanked the investigators on the case and said, “Data breaches are an ongoing threat to our digital way of life. When we entrust a company to hold our confidential data, they must be willing and able to protect our personal identifying information from theft. Otherwise, we are all victims.”
Yesterday, the charges against the Konnech CEO were mysteriously dropped.
Now, Yu is free of all charges. After dropping the charges, DA Gascon made a statement in which he said, “We are concerned about both the pace of the investigation and the potential bias in the presentation and investigation of the evidence. As a result, we have decided to ask the court to dismiss the current case and alert the public in order to ensure transparency.”
On Thursday, True the Vote investigator and election fraud hero Gregg Phillips shared some interesting information on his Truth Social account that may explain the unexplainable Fetterman victory for in Pennsylvania on Tuesday. In his post on Truth, Phillips focused on Allegheny Co., PA, telling residents, “your leaders sold you and America out to China.”
Phillips explained, “More than that, we have irrefutable evidence that the entire PA voter registration file is living on a server in China—And, machine serial numbers, ballot bundle numbers, and—They didn’t steal it. They gave it to the CCP and PLA.”
He explained, “This is why we were put in prison. They had to silence us.”
A defiant Phillips said, “We will not sit down. We will not shut up.”
He signed his message:
These two American heroes and warriors who are bravely fighting to ensure our elections are free and fair and unable to be stolen are in the midst of fighting six lawsuits related to their work to expose voter fraud in America.