Government, Politics

True the Vote Leaders Speak Out About Wrongful Imprisonment

On Friday’s episode of War Room, host Steve Bannon spoke with True the Vote leaders Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips, who were released from jail on November 7, after being held there for over a week for refusing to reveal a confidential informant.

The pair spoke about what they say was their own wrongful imprisonment, with Engelbrecht telling Bannon, “We were put in prison because, one week before the midterms, we needed to be silenced.” She explained how True the Vote outed election software firm Konnech, which is “the snowflake on the tip of the iceberg. There is so much more yet to come,” in terms of corruption in the voting systems according to Engelbrecht.

The Michigan-based company, Konnech, alleged that True the Vote made “baseless and racist” accusations against CEO Eugene Yu. Konnech, a company which provides software to elections offices regarding poll worker management, filed a civil suit in September over the matter. Read more…

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