by Sharon Rondeau
(Oct. 24, 2022) — On Monday evening, founder of TruetheVote Catherine Engelbrecht provided news from her sources on the progress of midterm-election early voting in states with that provision and the “hotline” her organization maintains to report alleged voter fraud.
The broadcast began at 7:00 p.m. EDT and can be viewed here at no charge: https://truethevote.locals.com/post/2921655/what-s-going-on-how-to-prepare-voting-and-proof-that-blessings-abound
By far, Engelbrecht reported, Arizona and Pennsylvania have yielded the highest number of voter complaints. However, she also said a high level of citizen engagement has been observed favoring the direction of “liberty.”
Engelbrecht’s reference to “Konnech” refers to a Michigan-based company whose founder and CEO, Eugene Wu, was arrested by the Los Angeles district attorney, George Gascon, earlier this month on an allegation of storing U.S. election data on Chinese servers. In August, Engelbrecht and her TruetheVote colleague, Gregg Phillips, accused Konnech of having connections to the Chinese Communist Party, which led to Konnech’s suing the organization for defamation. A “restraining order” from speaking about the litigation is still in place, Engelbrecht said in the opening minutes of the livestream.
“Approximately five weeks ago we were sued by Konnech,” Engelbrecht said at 7:28 p.m. EDT, and an “ex parte TRO” imposed. “Not a great situation to find yourself in,…” she said. “We have our next court hearing next Thursday at noon Eastern, 11:00 Central,” she reported. She also referenced “The Pit” on August 13, where various speakers gave addresses on election integrity measures and she and Phillips revealed their suspicions about Konnech.
“Researchers” and “free-thinkers” were invited and were shown all of TTV’s “resources and documents,” she said, resulting in “amazing work.”
She suggested that those researchers, who she said are “great writers on Substack” become regular fare for those interested in the Konnech matter to “get the full picture.” “There’s a lot more to come,” she said, “but we have to get past Thursday…”
“I feel really good about where we are,” Engelbrecht declared at 7:40 p.m. EDT.
The geospatial data TTV collected and provided for the joint production with Dinesh D’Souza, “2000 Mules,” Engelbrecht said, was intended for “law enforcement” investigation in response to what she said have been many requests for the names of the “NGOs,” or “non-governmental organizations,” alleged to have been involved in ballot-harvesting schemes during the 2020 election.
“The fact is…that people are aware of what goes on around those drop-boxes,” she said, indicating she cannot release the names of the NGOs but that 2000 Mules did Americans a service.
Following that, Engelbrecht took questions from various attendees, one of which concerned actions citizens can take if their county uses Konnech software. Her suggestion was to “file a complaint” for “identity fraud” and to follow the researchers she recommended earlier. “There’s a lot more to come, and it impacts all of us,” she said at 7:55.
The livestream concluded at 8:00 p.m.
Update, 8:43 p.m. EDT: Following the livestream session, The Post & Email received an email from TTV with a link to a “Daily Election Integrity Brief” at open.ink, a website with election data she and Phillips launched over the summer. The post is available at Engelbrecht’s Locals.com page.