(PatrioticPost.com)- After Bill Barr disparaged and denigrated Catherine Engelbrecht’s work in front of the January 6 Committee on Monday afternoon, Engelbrecht joined Steve Bannon on The War Room.
The Jan. 6 Kangaroo Court released a video earlier today of the former attorney general making fun of President Trump and his followers while defaming Dinesh D’Souza for his most recent documentary, “2000 Mules,” which focuses on the activities of ballot traffickers during the 2020 election.
The data on the ballot traffickers in the battleground states will be made public next Monday, according to the movie’s investigators, Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips.
Steve Bannon attacked Bill Barr mercilessly on Monday night.
“Bill Barr, we’re coming for you bro,” Bannon warned.
Bannon said that if Barr had any decency whatsoever, he would have reached out to Catherine before smearing her. Bannon noted that this is “the type of crap we’re stopping.”
The War Room host said that Barr shouldn’t be able to testify, in essence “phoning it in” and throwing in a couple of lines. Bannon said they will rub his nose in this and will go after Barr legally.
“We’re not just going to sit here anymore,” Bannon reiterated. He said that the “rules players” will force those who do not play by the rules to do so.
He said that Barr would not get away with showing up with his “fat face” and just kind of smirking up there.
“It’s not going to work anymore. We’re not going to accept it,” Bannon said.
Catherine Engelbrecht is a Texan native, a wife, a mother, a company owner, and a longtime believer in the power of logic and good judgment.
In 2009 she started True the Vote, a citizen-led movement to restore respect and integrity to our voting system.
True the Vote educates voters, researches the accuracy of voter rolls, organizes poll workers, and pushes for sweeping changes to the state’s election laws. Thirty-nine states and counties, some of which have had troubled election procedures in the past, are actively cooperating with True the Vote.
Catherine Engelbrecht’s expert research is the highlight of the film “2000 Mules.”