Sworn testimony from several whistleblowers on Tuesday alleged what one electoral integrity activist calls “potential large-scale ballot fraud,” with several eyewitnesses testifying to suspicious behavior in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
At a press conference in Arlington, Virginia, Project Amistad – a civil liberties initiative of the Thomas More Society – featured testimony from three people who say they witnessed apparent voting malpractices in the 2020 election .
One, Jesse Morgan, a truck driver for a United States Postal Service contractor, claimed that a trailer he was driving, one full of potentially more than 288,000 ballots, had disappeared from its location parked in a USPS depot in Lancaster, Pa after Morgan. dropped it off there. Morgan had carried those ballots from Bethpage, NY
The contractor is also said to have experienced “strange behavior” on the part of USPS personnel, behaviors which postal experts have stated in affidavits “deviate grossly from normal procedure and behavior. According to a press release from the Amistad project.
Another whistleblower, Nathan Pease of Madison, Wisc. – himself also a subcontractor to the USPS – alleged that he was told the Postal Service planned to backdate tens of thousands of ballots in the days following the Nov. 3 election in order to circumvent the deadline for the submission of ballots.
A third witness, Gregory Stenstrom – who testified at a Pennsylvania legislature hearing in Gettysburg last week – claimed to have seen a Dominion Voting Systems supplier inserting jump commands into vote aggregation machines in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Election officials also reportedly mixed up various commands for jump aggregation machines, which could hamper auditors’ ability to properly certify election results.
In his press release, Amistad Project Director Phill Kline said the testimonies are “compelling” and provide “powerful eyewitness testimony to potential ballot fraud on a large scale.”
“This evidence adds to the illegal conduct of state and local election officials, including accepting millions of dollars in private funds, to undermine the integrity of this election,” Kline said. In the press release, Project Amistad claims to have gathered testimony from sworn experts alleging that “over 300,000 ballots are at issue in Arizona, 548,000 in Michigan, 204,000 in Georgia and over 121,000 in Pennsylvania. “.
Source: Just the news