Gregg Phillips and Catherine Engelbrecht may have found an interesting fact about what happened during the 2020 general electronics, Gregg Phillips Phillips never mentions the specific people or corporations behind the events of the presidential election, but he does hint at international intrigue and the cooperation of government agencies. And the investment of billions of dollars. Phillips refused to reveal more than that at this time, but he says the evidence is irrefutable.
Phillips claims that when they do release the information, everyone will soon forget about 2000 Mules. If what he says is true, it must be very big, which means everything we thought we knew about the election is not nearly all there is at all. There is no way that either I or this site can confirm the details and so we will both have to be patient and wait.
But, if it is true, I would imagine that Phillips’ and Engelbrecht’s lives are in danger because an operation this big could easily dispose of any witnesses who might become problematic down the road. The amount of money we are talking about here (billions) is what would be the cost of coordinating between the states to rig their elections.
Brian Lupo at CannCon first shared this video clip earlier today.
Gregg Phillips: We have a few issues coming up that are more explosive than the (2000) Mules, that are more likely to divide this country even further. Catherine and I spend a lot of time every single day really not just praying through it, but thinking through, how do we actually do this? Because once these come out, there’s one in particular. It’s a multinational deal. It involves billions of dollars.
There is irrefutable evidence. We’ve been involved in a major counterintelligence operation that’s very mature in this country, involving federal agencies and us. And there’s been some betrayals along the way. There have been some issues along the way. But once we get to the point where this is ready to go, it’s going to make everybody forget everything about the mules, and it’s going to bring into question everything we think we know about these elections. Everything. I can say that with 100% certainty.