During a private event held by True the Vote’s Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips last weekend, the group alleged a U.S. company is hosting election data on Chinese servers accessible by the CCP.
On top of this potentially groundbreaking claim, Engelbrecht and Phillips say they are now being targeted by the FBI after attempting to provide the agency with the information in hopes it would look into the company.
This would mean the FBI could be covering for China’s usurping of the American election system while going after the patriots who brought the scandal to light.
A reporter for CD Media attended the private event to relay what they witnessed, writing, “True the Vote many months ago stumbled upon a server in China which True the Vote says holds a great deal of personal information on 1.8 million U.S. election workers. The data was brought to the FBI which has so far done nothing with it.”
The outlet also provided screenshots from someone attending the event, explaining True The Vote discovered the connection between a U.S. election data company and CCP servers and took the information to a Detroit FBI office.
Eventually, FBI headquarters allegedly got involved and turned the tables on Engelbrecht and Phillips by claiming they stole servers from the CCP and have since opened up an investigation into Phillips.
A Truth Social post by podcast host Taylor Phillips summarized the event, dubbed The Pit, by explaining True The Vote discovered voting software used to coordinate elections contained election worker data and was easily accessible by the CCP since the servers where the information was stored is in China and the company involved is connected to a Communist initiative.
Next, the post noted the team took this information to the FBI where the feds labeled the situation a national security risk and began investigating the matter before turning their eyes on True The Vote and are now sitting on the active breach of national security.
Retired CIA Operations Officer Sam Faddis also covered the private conference, writing for the AND Magazine SubStack, “The company at the heart of this controversy is Konnech, which is based in Michigan. It bills itself as providing software solutions for election managers.”
One product Konnech provides is called PollChief, which is an election management system that assists local jurisdictions to enroll and manage election workers, according to True The Vote.
Konnech reportedly collects and stores all the election worker information on three separate servers physically located in China.
AND Magazine reports the person who runs PollChief for Konnech is named Wang Xiang, a Chinese national who used to be a member of the Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) at the University of New Mexico.
The CSSA is part of China’s United Front initiative, which is an open declaration to infiltrate and subvert America at every social and political level to further China’s influence.
It’s alarming that the FBI appears to be more concerned with entrapping American citizens and harassing the former President of the United States than with the nation’s biggest adversary having access to private election data.