Gregg Phillips: Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, 2000 Mules, Voter Fraud Whistle Blower

Patti Katter from American Ink sits down with one of her partners, Gregg Phillips. Gregg is part of the Documentary, 2000 Mules. Gregg talks about how the outcome of America’s voting system has been compromised by shoddy voting practices that affect honest voters and undermine the integrity of the entire system. He talks about the making of the documentary, 2000 Mules and some of the evidence True The Vote collected that shows voter fraud in the United States.

On top of everything else, Gregg is a Philanthropist and the founder of CoverMe, a customizable coverage marketplace with real time verification and enrollment options for all available payer, financial, and social assistance programs. 

Here’s a breakdown of what to expect in this episode:

  • Gregg’s social media censorship during the Trump administration
  • Cancel culture in all things political
  • Overview of Gregg’s documentary, “2000 Mules”
  • Philanthropy work for Ukraine
  • How Gregg helps people through healthcare
  • American Ink
  • And so much more!

If you didn’t hear the interview from our partner, Catherine Engelbrecht from True The Vote, CLICK HERE to listen/watch NOW.

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You can find Gregg Phillips on . . .

CoverMe: https://cover.me/

The Freedom Hospital: https://www.thefreedomhospital.org/

American.Ink: www.American.Ink 

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Connect with Patti!

Website: https://pattikatter.com/ 

Instagram: @PattiKatter 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pattikatter & https://www.facebook.com/pkatter 

American Ink: www.American.ink 

 

Patti:

Hello, everybody. Welcome back to the show today. I have a very special guest and a friend on the show today, Greg Phillips. Welcome.

Greg Phillips:

Hey Patti.

Patti:

Hi. I’m so happy to have you. You have literally changed my life, my family’s life. Those of you who know me really well or who’ve read some of my writings from the past, you may have heard about Ken, my husband, his stem cell therapy. He had been wounded in combat and Gregg is the person who helped make the stem cell therapy happen. I interviewed Catherine on the show. She is also somebody who has partnered with him, but Greg, I still can’t thank you enough for making that happen for Ken. It’s been very life-changing for our family and we just appreciate you so much.

Greg Phillips:

Well, thank you so much, Patti, you guys have become so important to our world and our family that we actually feel like you’re part of our family. So when you talk about Ken or talk about what’s going on in your life, we always sort of consider you part of our family. So we’re excited to be here and thanks for giving me the chance.

Patti:

Yeah, I definitely feel the same. And also some of you listening may have heard about American Ink. You know that my show is an American Ink podcast and radio show and on Amazon TV and on Roku. And Greg is also a part of American Ink, he is actually one of the masters behind it so you’re gonna hear more about that as we unfold this show today. But Gregg, I would love it if you could take a moment and tell our listeners a little bit about yourself and where you grew up.

Gregg Phillips:

Thanks, Patti. Well, I was born in San Diego, California. My dad was in the service. So I was a bit of an air force brat. We traveled all around time in the Philippines traveled all over the place, my dad was in the war college in Montgomery, Alabama. And we ended up staying there for the rest of my high school years, I went to the University of Alabama and have been blessed with travel around the world. And even as an adult, I’ve had an amazing life and I’ve been a lucky person thanks to my parents. And both my parents are buried in Fort Rosecrans in San Diego.

Patti:

Now one of the things that I wanna tell everybody is I have been in communication with you since at least 2018, I think, maybe a little bit before that. And ever since then, I kept telling Ken, man, I would really love to work with Greg and Catherine. They’re just amazing people. And so we together have been forming American Ink and that’s been quite a journey. A lot of people know that I recently was censored a little bit on social media. You have definitely been social media censored. And let’s kind of talk just to touch about that, if you don’t mind. Would you mind telling people a little bit about what happened to you during the Trump administration?

Gregg Phillips:

Sure. I had come in contact with a very large database that was provided to me by a government official. And the database really was describing the real number of non-citizens that were living in the United States. Since 2001 people have been saying that it’s 11 million or it’s 10 million or it’s 12 million. And it’s always been the same number. Somebody gave me a database that had 33 million people on it, this was in 2016. And so we began to you sort of unpack that and track that and look at the numbers of them that were voting and look at the numbers of them that were registered to vote, which is completely illegal. Well, I made the mistake of being on Twitter one day, I was actually sitting on my son’s sofa holding my new granddaughter and watching television, my analysts are writing me saying, I think there’s gonna be a million of these non-citizens vote. I’m like, what? So I mark it off onto Twitter and I’m still sitting there holding my granddaughter about an hour later, it’s 2 million, and a little while later they get it up to 3 million. They said, we honestly believe there will be 3 million non-citizens vote when this thing’s over. I’m like, that’s insane. 

So I’m typing off of Twitter and I didn’t think much else about it. There was a little dust-up, but I mean, it’s Twitter, everybody’s typing everything all the time. About a month and a half later just before President Trump’s inaugural, one of his key staff people that knew me took that tweet to the president. And he talked about it on a Fox News Sunday show a few days before it was inaugurated. By inauguration day it had been pinned to me. People had made the connection back to me. And next thing I know, I decided against my own best thoughts and advice to go up to New York and meet with the CNN folks and try to explain myself. All they wanted was the database, I wasn’t about to give it to them because of the way I had come in contact with it. And man, before I even got out of the building, President Trump had tweeted about me. So I just saw Gregg Phillips on CNN, this country’s gotta do better than that, 3 million non-citizen votes. It’s crazy. By the time I got back to the airport in New York, you know they have those little televisions up above the seating at the airport. By the time I got back there, there’s a lady sitting in front of me and she’s looking at me and I’m looking at her, she’s looking up at the television. She goes, that’s you! It ignited this argument at the gate in LaGuardia that was just completely insane. 

By the time, I landed in Atlanta, my kids were getting threatened, I was being threatened. I decided to go again on CNN at this time from Atlanta, the same day that night, and kind of fight my way through it. I was a little more fiery by then cause people start threatening your kids and they get what they deserve. And that was kind of the beginning of it for me, from there, I’ve been canceled, I guess in almost in every way that you can. But really I think for us as 2020 unfolded and really sort of watching all of this kind of happen, where more than half of America was being censored and what was left were these crazy clickbait kind of headlines, you know, three seconds and out sort of the national inquire or news cycle. And it was just insane. And so as all of this unfolded, and we’ve had a really interesting year of research and digging in for 15 months on some of the crimes that were committed inside of the election circles, the American inc thing sort of got legs. We started talking about it about a year ago, and then we’re thinking, you know what? This is really not the way this should be. Not only are people being canceled, but there’s really no place left to tell a story. There’s no place left in social media for the Patti Katter’s of the world. There’s no place left for someone to say, look, I may be feel one way about vaccinations or another way. And then next thing you know, there are 300 nurses getting laid off at a hospital in Houston. And that’s an interesting story sort of but isn’t the real story what happened to all the patients after all those people were left off. They shut down an entire wing of a major hospital in Houston. Cause the ER was full they were putting patience in conference rooms in the administrative building across the street. And you think about those was kind of, that’s the real story, right. Whether or not you want to get vaccinated or not, you know, I guess the government thinks it’s their deal, but it’s everybody’s choice, but you shouldn’t be canceled for your opinion. 

But more than that, you shouldn’t be canceled for wanting to tell the story about what happened and the aftermath of it all. And so that’s where American Ink sort of got its legs. And we want to talk about American exceptionalism. We wanna talk about the hard things, we wanna talk about the easy things, we wanna talk about the fun stuff, we wanna talk about sports, we wanna talk about military, we wanna talk about law enforcement. We wanna talk about teachers, we wanna talk about travel, we wanna talk about war, but we want it to be stories that are real, that are uncensored, maybe even a little raw, and give America somewhere to go to read and learn and understand. Then when we connected with you, it kind of broadened our thought, okay, it’d be one thing to have this written side of this, but what if we had a voice platform? And that’s when we came to you Patti and said, Hey, would you like to take over our voice platform? And we were so connected almost right from the beginning on this, that it was really sort of a happy time for us to be able to make this connection with you. And we’re so excited about where American Ink is going, we’ve got great new stuff, but also we’re gonna be launching a video platform. So we’re gonna have video, we’re gonna have voice, we’re gonna have the written word. And then we’ve got some other really fun and interesting new things that are gonna be coming up over the years, but that’s American Ink and that’s how we got it started.

And we’re not really getting into it to make money. I think that if we were, we’d be challenged. Our friends at Law Enforcement Today, we’re doing great, that’s one of the largest law enforcement and first responder platforms in the world. And just all of a sudden, one day on a Wednesday in January, they were canceled by their ad company. And just like that, they went from all of their revenue to nothing. And so we’re working through deep deals like that and trying to see if there are some ways that we can all come back together. But again, for us, it’s not about money. It’s about America. It’s being able to tell these stories, have people like you, Patti, and other people on the voice platform and other people on video and people that wanna create documentaries and people that wanna do these things. Being able to work with us to create an uncancelable platform, not to be political, but to tell the stories. And that’s what we wanna do.

Patti:

Absolutely. I think that that is a really amazing point. I was canceled for the very first time because I posted a picture of an American flag and I said, America, the beautiful. And that’s it, that was it. And they said it was a hate speech. And I was like, what is going on? So that was my first experience with that. And so I’m really just thankful that this has come together and it has been pretty seamless as far as us connecting and it’s just really exciting for us. Now, one of the things that I am talking about now on social media, as well as you and Catherine and others from True The Vote is something called 2000 Mules. And you guys who are listening, it’s not a mule as in an animal, but it’s actually a person, Gregg let’s elaborate on that a little bit.

Gregg Phillips:

Sure. For 15 months we’ve been working on this project, it’s been both a labor of love and an incredibly expensive adventure that has cost us sort of dearly in a lot of different ways. But it’s come together now in a movie we’ve partnered with Salem Media, with Dinesh D’Souza, Catherine and I are both the researchers and sort of, I guess, the stars of the movie. It didn’t feel right to say, but sadly, I think that’s true. And the movie sort of follows a path that we followed. We were trying to get past all of the noise in the system. You know, all these talks about gunfights with the CIA and Frankfurt Germany, and packets of information traveling via satellite and doing this and doing that. And what we realized was that many of those things, as they began to be dismissed we’re so also sort of dismissing the concepts in people’s minds that maybe it was stolen, maybe it wasn’t, but certainly everyone I know was saying something’s just not right. I don’t know what it is, but something’s just not right. 

So what we did was we went out and utilize some tools that we are super familiar with. We have a research company called OPSEC and inside of OPSEC, we do geospatial analysis, telemetrics work, geo-intelligence, open-source intelligence work really around elections. So we’ve sort of begun internally to coin it as sort of election intelligence. In the midst of that, we gathered 10 trillion cell phone signals, which your signals give off a lat-long. So where on the earth are you? It also gives potentially the height, how high are you off the earth, but more importantly, gives you time so you can match who to when to where, and we’ve been able to place more than 2000 people, an average of 24 times at these Dropboxes that Mark Zuckerberg paid for. But even more than that, we can place them at the nonprofits that were gathering these ballots and causing them to be cast by the mules. So we were able to pull all of that together. And so our mules went to an average of eight or during our target periods, which was the early voting in 2020 and then during the runoff in 2021 in Georgia, they went to an average of eight organizations and an average of 24 or so Dropboxes. And this movie tells that story and it is compelling. It is real. It is not dismissable, we will no doubt be canceled. But it’s gonna be a fascinating opportunity for America to really see what’s going on. Next week, we have an opportunity to preview it to president Trump. I put a post on LinkedIn inviting Mark Zuckerberg to come thinking, maybe he’d wanna see what he did to America. So next week, we preview it to president Trump, on May the second it’s in theaters, AMC, and cinema theaters all over the country. On May the fourth we’re having this big premier. And then on May the sixth, we’re doing a virtual premiere at this cool sort of theater in the round virtual adventure in Las Vegas, which is gonna be super cool. And then the next week we’re gonna be streaming this thing anywhere that we can get it posted.

Patti:

And throughout all of this that you’ve been doing, you also continue to have a big heart. So I was telling everybody at the beginning about how you really helped our family out and you were the main reason that Ken had stem cell therapy. You continually give to people, and I know we’re kind of bouncing around a little bit here, but I wanted to really highlight some of the good things that you’re doing as well, besides, I mean, True The Vote is huge, and finding these mules is really huge. I mean, our country is at a really pivotal time in history right now, but besides that, you also have an incredibly large heart for the people in Ukraine.

Gregg Phillips:

Not only do we have friends over there, I’ve worked over there for 25 years or so, been involved with some of… There’s a huge number of orphans in Ukraine. It’s a very long story, too long to get in on the show, but Ukraine has more than a hundred thousand orphans even before the war. And the vulnerability of little small communities of these orphans like that is extraordinary. In fact, there’s some concern right now and while Putin was blowing up all the hospitals and blowing up the churches and blowing up the daycares and blowing up all this stuff, there’s a recent thought that maybe he hit one of these daycares. And so for everyone I know, including you, and thank you for all your work on this, it’s amazing how Americans have come together and have really just on their own, just hopped on planes and gone over and joined teams. And for us, we had an opportunity, I have a little bit of a background in helping human services and have been a commissioner in a couple of states and came in contact with an organization that builds mobile hospitals. 

And so we created the concept of creating a hospital ecosystem that we call the freedom hospital, thefreedomhospital.org. You can go on there and look at the mobile hospital. You can look at some of the trauma stabilization center tents that we’re gonna be setting up in Ukraine. Look at the warehouse that we secured when I was over there a few weeks ago. We’ve got more of our team in country right now. We’ve got another one going today. There’s another team of amazing people that you’ve had on your show, Patti, that are going over to do this just breathtaking documentary about what’s really happened in Ukraine and all of the Americans and all of the volunteers and all of these NGOs and people that have just shown up on the scene. So when I think about it, I don’t really think much about sort of my involvement in it. It’s really the team. So a couple of guys from the Austere Medical Group, we had just an amazing opportunity to sit down with military leaders. We sat down with political leaders, we sat down with religious leaders, we sat down with people that were incredibly influential, both on the Romanian side of the border and on the Ukrainian side of the border, ensuring that we could clear supply paths and ensure that the hospitals could remain sort of fully supplied and fully staffed. And we were able to do that, and it was this very surreal time to think that these people were so open and so, not desperate but hopeful that America would step forward. 

And of course, our government does whatever they do. But all around us, there was a room full of Americans that had come over there on their own dimes and doing their own things, putting themselves in danger. One of the guys from AMRG, I think was on your show, Patti, and while the show’s going on they’re air raid sirens going off and you just… People don’t really understand just how kind, loving, and generous Americans are. And so I mean, it has been something really important in my world, but thefreedomhospital.org, I’d love for anybody on your show that listens to you that wants to get involved, just go onto the site, write us, give if you’re so inclined and just help us in any way you can. And for those of you that are so inclined and maybe want to go, we can talk about that too.

Patti:

Absolutely. I know Greg you’ve spent so many hours on this. I mean, there was a point for a few weeks that both of us were up almost all night long, just pinging each other and everybody else, and trying to keep everybody safe and making sure that everybody is going to be taken care of that is with your team and the people who you were going to see. And then life-changing medical treatment being offered to the Ukrainians is so important. I mean, I think that that’s one of the biggest things I remember there was a point and it’s still happening where they don’t even have regular tourniquets. One of our medics that I was talking with said that he’s using an old-fashioned tourniquet made of a rubber band material. The situation is pretty dire over there still.

Greg Phillips:

Yeah, it’s really frightening what these people are going through and while the world, you know, I think Americans too, in some ways are very voyeuristic. They just like to kinda watch and read and see what’s going on, and then maybe fuss about this or fuss about that, or take a side, or I guess there’s still some pro-Putin people around. And certainly, the world is really rallied around President Zelenskyy and Ukraine. But our view of it was slightly different in that just whatever sides you’re on, just put down the swords for a while, stop stabbing each other, and think about these men, women and children, and old people that are being bombed that are being displaced. There have been 117 hospitals have been blown up. And you think about that and you think, well, my gosh, what does that even mean? And it’s just been a real sort of education, but I can say that the Ukrainians that we met and the people that we spent time with over there are really incredible people. They’re resilient people, they’re freedom fighters. I mean, these are people that are patriots standing up for their country. And I think the world is really rallying around them in so many ways. And it’s just been an amazing adventure just to even be tangentially related to it. And having this opportunity to create this ecosystem, that is the freedom hospital, it’s just a great opportunity for all of us to get involved in a way that provides hope for these people. I sign a lot of my emails for freedom and as I signed them and I send them to our new friends in Ukraine and they’ve now started to write that back in Ukrainian for freedom. The voice of freedom is strong, I always say, and in fact, I say this in the movie that on the other side of fear is freedom. And I would say broadly, the Ukrainians are not afraid. They’ve passed that Rubicon and they’re now on the freedom side. And they know they’re doing the right thing and they know they’re standing up in the best way that they can. And they’re fighting, they’re giving, they’re working, they’re helping. AMG is training citizens every day to use those tourniquets you were talking about and to be able to help their own people. And they’re training 18-hour days to get more citizens sort of the combat trauma capabilities that they can impart. And it’s an amazing thing to watch.

Patti:

It absolutely is. And again, everybody, all of Greg’s websites, I mean, I wouldn’t even say all of them because he is all over the place. But American.Ink, Don’t forget, obviously, you’re listening to the show. And then Greg’s gonna have his own podcast one of these days. And we have some exciting people joining our team. But then besides that, we have 2000Mules.com, that is very pivotal in today’s society. We need everybody to watch that. Thefreedomhospital.org. Am I missing anything, Gregg?

Gregg Phillips:

Cover dot me. We own a healthcare technology company that helps people pay for their healthcare bills when there’s no hope. And we’ve been able to help hundreds of thousands of people in the country using cover.me. And it’s funny, I should probably spend a little more time on my real business, but this is not the way it works out.

Patti:

Can you tell our listeners just real quick about that though? Because I know that there have been people reach out to me who’ve said, you know, they say they have a hard time with their healthcare. Is it for them, or is it for providers?

Gregg Phillips:

Yeah, that’s a great question. Up until just another few weeks we will have been using this for providers and for states for 15, 18 years. Here in about six weeks, we’re gonna be launching the first patient-facing version of cover me. So you can just pick it up, enter in a little bit of information and we’ll go help you find a paying source for your hospital bills. We’ve got a link to community programs, Uber discounts, pharmacy discounts. We’ve got a curated list of medical products. So if your doctor prescribes your kid nebulizer albuterol, we’ll have the ability for people to get that on a discounted basis right there in the app. And so we’re super excited about Cover me and where we’re going. But it’s covered.me and I invite everybody to stay in touch with the website and coming soon to an app store near you.

Patti:

That’s amazing news. I didn’t even know all that information. That’s amazing. Do you have anything else that you’d like to say before we wrap it up today, Greg?

Gregg Phillips:

Yeah. Patti, I just want your listeners, and I know they know this cuz they listen to you all the time, but I just want them to really try to understand just what an amazing person you are. Everyone I talk to, whether it’s people that have been on your show, people that listen to your show, just last night, communicating with some of the guys that had contact with you. I mean, these people absolutely love you. They love the work you’re doing. They love the show that you’ve created. But I just wanna tell you on behalf of me and Catherine and everybody on this side, on the American Ink side, that this wouldn’t be happening without you. And I just want you to know how important you are in our world and we love you, your family, and looking forward to some great years together.

Patti:

Oh my gosh. You’re so amazing, Gregg. Thank you. Thank you so much. I do appreciate you so much and of course, love you and I’m so proud of you and proud to know you and Catherine too. I mean, you’re so amazing. So thank you. And everybody, please make sure you check out Gregg’s websites and our websites. It’s gonna be on the screen if you’re watching, if you’re listening to this in your ears, you can go back, can look at the show notes, and find all of the links for Gregg’s amazing work. So everybody just be sure to check that out, really. I can’t reiterate that enough. Just go back and check out his links. It’s so important to me and I’m gonna be pushing it out. You know, I usually don’t do that, but in the circumstance, I’m going to definitely push these links out. And everybody thank you for tuning in, Gregg thank you very much for your time, and thank you for being a guest.

Greg Phillips:

Thank you.

Patti:

Thank you.

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