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‘2000 Mules’ Watchdogs Jailed for Exposing China’s Hack of Voting Systems

'Every name I give you gets doxxed and harassed... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips of True the Vote have been arrested by a US Marshall for refusing to give the name of a confidant informant, the Post Millennial reported.

True the Vote is an election integrity group which helped conservative pundit Dinesh D’Souza create his documentary 2000 Mules, which noted the coordinated vote fraud efforts during the election.

They helped D’Souza compile geo-tracking evidence that prove the mules traveled repeatedly to ballot drop boxes.

Engelbrecht and Phillips, the two who have been held in contempt of court, had previously alleged that a Michigan-based election software company called Konnech had transferred sensitive poll worker information to China.

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Federal Judge Kenneth Hoyt ordered that Engelbrcht and Phillips be held in jail for at least one day, until they expose the identity and personal information of the informant.

“Judge says he never got a straight answer on who was in the Dallas hotel room January, 2021, and he doesn’t know how many people were there. Judge says the way Phillips and Engelbrecht talked suggests True the Vote did have access to the hacked computer data, though they deny it,” journalist Ivory Hecker tweeted.

Engelbrecht and Phillips apparently refused to provide details because they feared for the safety and the life of their confidant.

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“Every name I give you gets doxxed and harassed,” Engelbrecht said.

Konnech, which is based in East Lansing, the capital of Michigan, was founded by Eugune Yu.

After he was exposed, Yu was arrested with extradition to Los Angeles County pending on Oct. 5. The Center Square previously reported Konnech received $306,000 of Michigan Economic Development Corp. funding last November.

This was roughly a decade after Yu’s company had gained $247,139 from the U.S. Department of Defense between 2010 and 2011.

Judge Hoyt, however, called the allegations made against Yu “baseless and racist.”

Konnech and Yu have denied all allegations.

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