In a special presentation before the Arizona state Senate Tuesday, True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht testified concerning the evidence the election integrity organization uncovered from the deeply controversial 2020 election.
Engelbrecht’s presentation took place Tuesday in front of Arizona’s Senate members. During the presentation, she and election investigator Gregg Phillips detailed their ballot trafficking and harvesting findings in Maricopa and Yuma Counties.
When asked which nonprofit organizations were involved in the ballot harvesting operations detailed in the documentary “2000 Mules,” Engelbrecht explained, “When you have the level of accuracy that we do, you can assess what address you’re talking about and what organization is at that address.”
Engelbrecht told Arizona’s legislature, “We would love to put that list out and let the chips fall where they may. But, there’s a ‘but,’ we also need law enforcement to be able to do their jobs.”
True the Vote’s founder emphasized, “We cannot get ahead of that, we just can’t.” She explained they have not yet released the list of nonprofits involved in ballot harvesting because, “This is too important, and we have labored to the best of our ability to make every step as correctly as we can.”
“While there would be a definite feel-good moment to put that out, we have a higher obligation – all of us do,” concluded Engelbrecht.
True the Vote has made it clear that the process must be executed properly and cannot be rushed however slow the process may seem.
True the Vote’s founder has previously stated that the “rise of the American people” is a major force to be reckoned with as the evidence of voter fraud in the 2020 election continues to mount.
Lake has made election integrity an integral component of her platform. In a message to her supporters on Twitter, Lake wrote, “Thank you to True The Vote for EXPOSING these CRIMINALS.”
Despite facing resistance from the government and the Fake News Media, True the Vote explained Tuesday, “We are moving forward.” Engelbrecht stated, “I want my children and my children’s children to be able to vote in a country where the vote matters.”