Less than two days after Mockingbird Media New York Times published a widely distributed piece for the New York Times, writer Stuart A. Thompson has egg on his face. Thompson opened up the baseless hit piece by saying:
At an invitation-only conference in August at a secret location southeast of Phoenix, a group of election deniers unspooled a new conspiracy theory about the 2020 presidential outcome.
Using threadbare evidence, or none at all, the group suggested that a small American election software company, Konnech, had secret ties to the Chinese Communist Party and had given the Chinese government backdoor access to personal data of about 2 million poll workers in the United States, according to online accounts from several people at the conference.
However, in a press release today reported on by The Gateway Pundit, the Soros-backed Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon, all of Stuart A Thompson’s accusations above died less than 24 hours after he birthed them. Today, Konnech CEO Eugene Yu was arrested in Michigan on charges of Theft of Personal Data.
The New York Times, as of publishing, still has this thoroughly debunked article up on their website.
To be crystal clear: Gregg Phillips and Catherine Engelbrecht never claimed that this data breach had a direct impact on the outcome of the 2020 election. Perhaps the Chinese Communist Party having extremely personal information about election workers across our country could be a vulnerability?
I can remember Phillips saying they had names, addresses, bank accounts, children’s information, etc. Maybe the threat of “Phase Two” of Trump’s China Plan was enough to activate Chinese spies embedded in the U.S. to take drastic measures and ensure a friendly regime was installed?
According to the LADA’s office, “information was stored on servers in the People’s Republic of China.” Under Chinese law, that data is their data, even if it’s held by a “private” company. If the data from Los Angeles was sent to China, how many other jurisdictions had their data unlawfully sent into the hands of the CCP?
The CEO of Konnech told the self proclaimed “Fake New Phenomenon” Stuart A. Thompson, “I’ve cried. Other than the birth of my daughter, I hadn’t cried since kindergarten.”
Thompson went on to write about TrueTheVote:
The recent conference outside Phoenix was organized by True the Vote, a nonprofit founded by prominent election denier Catherine Engelbrecht. She was joined onstage by Gregg Phillips, an election fraud conspiracy theorist who often works with the group. The pair achieved notoriety this year after being featured in “2000 Mules,” a widely debunked documentary claiming that a mysterious army of operatives influenced the 2020 presidential election.
“A widely debunked documentary” using the same type of data New York Times wrote about to “track” the J6’ers? Perhaps after this revelation, TrueTheVote’s 2000Mules findings will finally be investigated by a competent law enforcement agency rather than just letting the New York Times cry “widely debunked” from the mouths of their “Fake News Phenomenon” who “writes about misinformation and disinformation in all its forms.”