True the Vote Founders Arrested


Two leaders of a Texas nonprofit dedicated to exposing election theft were jailed on October 31 for failing to comply with a judge’s order to identify an fbi whistleblower. U.S. District Judge Kenneth Hoyt ordered Gregg Phillips and Catherine Englebrecht, leaders of True the Vote, to be detained by U.S. Marshals after they did not identify a man who helped them access data related to allegations that a Michigan-based election software company transferred sensitive poll worker information overseas.

Voter fraud: True the Vote was behind Dinesh D’Souza’s documentary 2000 Mules, which used geotracking and surveillance video evidence to prove that 2,000 election criminals visited 10 or more drop boxes each and cast 5 million illegal ballots in Atlanta, Georgia; Detroit, Michigan; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and Phoenix, Arizona. The organization’s leaders have also accused election software company Konnech Inc. of holding personal information on some 1.8 million poll workers on a server in China.

Court battle: Konnech founder Eugene Yu has sued Phillips and Englebrecht, but the True the Vote officials refuse to identify the anonymous fbi official who helped them access Konnech’s computer servers. So Judge Hoyt has ordered them detained “for one day and further until they fully comply with the court’s order.”

Prophecy says: It is practically an open secret that radical Democrats stole the 2020 United States presidential election, and organizations like True the Vote are revealing how this could have happened. Expect more dramatic exposure in the near future. Prophecies in 2 Kings 14 and Amos 7 indicate that Donald Trump will soon return to office. To learn more about these prophecies, read America Under Attack, by Gerald Flurry.