Catherine Engelbrecht and Greg Phillips, co-founders of True the Vote, were sentenced to jail without bail, where they were placed in solitary confinement. This was because of a judge’s ruling after they refused to reveal a source in a civil case.
Engelbrecht and Phillips, whose work investigating election fraud was exposed in Dinesh D’Souza’s documentary “2000 Mules,” were freed through an appeal. We speak with Catherine Engelbrecht about the experience, about the state of America, and about her continued work to expose election fraud.
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