Since a number of state and federal law enforcement agencies have shied away from taking on cases of alleged voter fraud, one election watchdog group has turned to America’s county sheriffs to do the job.
Catherine Engelbrecht, the founder of the non-partisan election integrity watchdog organization True the Vote (TTV), said she believes, “It’s the only way investigations of election fraud will move ahead.”
Speaking at a July 12, 2022, press conference called by the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA) in Las Vegas, Nevada, Engelbrecht told the audience of 300, which included many sheriffs from around the country, “We’ve been burned by state and federal investigators.”
TTV used cellphone tracking technology, digital geo-fencing techniques, and government surveillance video, to document thousands of instances of illegal vote trafficking across key swing states in the 2020 presidential election.
Engelbrecht spoke of the reluctance of the FBI and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation to seriously investigate the evidence presented to them by TTV.
She said witnesses have been doxed by law enforcement officials in key states and notes from active ongoing investigations undertaken in a few places have been “given unredacted to the press.”
The organization’s findings gained national attention by being featured in the Dinesh D’Souza movie “2000 Mules“—a film viewed by an estimated 25 million Americans since its release in the first week of May.
CSPOA president Richard Mack said in a statement, “We are asking for all local law enforcement agencies to work together to pursue investigations to determine the veracity of all elections.
“If allegations are incorrect, we want them exposed. If correct, we want proper investigations fully undertaken and the criminals responsible prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
“We ask for all Americans and public officials to demonstrate civility and cooperation as we pursue the truth. What we want is the truth; let the consequences fall where they may.”
Engelbrecht said TTV sued a Republican secretary of state in Nevada over what, she said, were unconstitutional changes to state election processes.
By Steven Kovac