Dinesh D’Souza, Gregg Phillips and Catherine Engelbrecht
On Monday night Dinesh D’Souza and Salem Media released their much-anticipated movie “2000 Mules” on the 2020 presidential election heist. The movie reveals how thousands of ballot traffickers working in all of the battleground states stuffed hundreds of thousands of ballots into the ballot drop boxes in order to steal the election for Joe Biden.
“2000 Mules” will focus on the extraordinary work by True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht and business owner and election intelligence expert Gregg Phillips.
In April, The Gateway Pundit founder Jim Hoft and Patty McMurray from 100% FedUp interviewed Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips, the investigative team behind this 2020 ballot trafficking conspiracy.
Catherine Engelbrecht is the founder of True the Vote, an election integrity project launched in 2009. Gregg Phillips is the senior adviser with Get Georgia Right PAC. Gregg has been in conservative politics for 40 years, working with committees, parties, campaigns and election intelligence operations. He has built political apps including GROUND, ARC and IV3. Gregg was also a founder and Managing Partner of the pro-Gingrich SuperPac, Winning Our Future, and election intelligence company, OPSEC Group. Gregg is currently working with Catherine Engelbrecht from True the Vote in their historic investigation of Democrat ballot trafficking in the 2020 election.
Catherine and Gregg told The Gateway Pundit that they discovered that 7% of mail-in ballots were trafficked during the 2020 election. They found this result in every state they investigated. This is an enormous number and will have significant implications. They also told us y that their evidence will be released following the movie launch next month. We will post more on this later.
Authorities have already been notified.
Brad Raffensperger has ignored the ballot trafficking evidence in his state. He insists the 2020 election was clean.
Last night, on Monday, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger dismissed concerns about ballot drop boxes in his state. He should be removed from office.
The Georgia Star News reported:
During a Georgia Public Broadcasting-hosted debate on Monday, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger dismissed concerns about drop boxes and their impact on election integrity.
In response to a question about legislation banning drop boxes, Raffensperger replied, “People are missing the point on drop boxes because you can use the U.S. postal service.”
The debate was part of the The Atlanta Press Club’s Loudermilk-Young Debate series. It was taped at 11 a.m. and airs at 8 p.m. on Monday.
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