A Magnificent Tribute to John G. Trump at Alabama Republican Dinner
On Friday night, True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips captivated the massive crowd attending the Alabama Republican Dinner with their latest production on President Donald J. Trump’s uncle, John G. Trump. Prior to President Trump’s speech, Engelbrecht and Phillips introduced their remarkable film, paying homage to the life and work of John G. Trump.
The annual Republican event in Montgomery, Alabama, was packed with enthusiastic attendees eager to hear President Trump speak. But before he took the stage, the audience had the privilege of learning about the remarkable accomplishments of John G. Trump from Engelbrecht and Phillips.
The film showcased the life of John G. Trump, who was the younger brother of Fred Trump, President Trump’s father. John G. Trump was an esteemed professor of engineering at the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for an impressive 44 years. He passed away in 1985 at the age of 78.
According to the BBC, during his tenure at MIT, Professor Trump focused on various areas of study, including high voltage phenomena, electron acceleration, and the interaction of radiation with living and non-living matter. He even designed X-ray generators used in cancer therapy. Professor Trump’s expertise was in high demand during World War II when he contributed to radar research for the Allies. In fact, his expertise was so respected that the FBI asked him to examine the papers and equipment left behind by the legendary physicist Nikola Tesla after his death in 1943.
Engelbrecht and Phillips shared this captivating production with the audience, highlighting the incredible achievements of John G. Trump. Their research is available on the Open.Ink website for those interested in delving deeper into this remarkable individual’s contributions.
In addition to showcasing their film at the Alabama Republican Dinner, Catherine Engelbrecht also revealed to The Gateway Pundit that they have more exciting projects in the works. In the coming months, True the Vote plans to release collections exploring topics such as ballot mules and related information, the events of January 6th, and much more. This commitment to ongoing research and investigation demonstrates their dedication to uncovering the truth and ensuring the integrity of our electoral process.
The introduction of this film and the upcoming projects by True the Vote have generated considerable excitement among supporters of President Trump and those interested in learning more about the influential figures in his family history. The film not only pays tribute to John G. Trump’s accomplishments but also sheds light on the impressive lineage from which President Trump hails.
As we eagerly await the release of True the Vote’s upcoming investigations, it is clear that their dedication and commitment to preserving the integrity of our democracy remain unwavering. Through their research and productions, Englebrecht and Phillips continue to contribute to the ongoing national conversation surrounding electoral processes and the importance of transparency in our system.
In conclusion, the Alabama Republican Dinner served as the perfect stage for True the Vote to share their latest production honoring the life and work of John G. Trump. Their film shed light on the remarkable contributions of President Trump’s uncle and left the audience inspired and eager for more. As we await the upcoming investigations by True the Vote, we can only anticipate the impact their research will have on our understanding of our democracy and electoral system.