USPS Whistleblower Says 300,000 Mail-in Ballots ‘Disappeared’

A USPS whistleblower has alleged that nearly 300,000 completed mail-in ballots disappeared overnight.

A USPS whistleblower has alleged that nearly 300,000 completed mail-in ballots disappeared overnight.

The whistleblower testimony came after the Director of the Amistad Project, Phillip Kline, announced that the organization would feature eyewitness accounts that reveal “significant potential election fraud.”

Kline said that the sworn affidavits will be used as evidence in litigation to ensure election integrity in key battleground states.

In a press release, Kline said the project has collected sworn expert testimony 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.” He add that “the testimonies are “compelling” and that they provide “powerful eyewitness accounts of potential ballot fraud on a massive scale.

This evidence joins with unlawful conduct by state and local election officials, including accepting millions of dollars of private funds, to undermine the integrity of this election.”

Amistad Project Director Phill Kline

During the press conference in Arlington, Virginia, multiple individuals presented testimony claiming to have witnessed apparent impropriety in how the election was conducted. 

Jesse Morgan, a subtracted truck driver for the United States Postal Service, claimed that a trailer he was driving carrying as much as 288,000 ballots, disappeared from its parked location in Lancaster, Pennsylvania after he dropped it off. Morgan had transported the ballots from Bethpage, New York which is across state lines.

Ethan Pease of Madison, Wisconsin another USPS subcontractor, alleged that he was told by two other postal workers on two separate occasions that the USPS in Wisconsin was gathering over 100,000 ballots after the November 3rd deadline in order to circumvent the submission deadline.

A third witness, Computer expert Gregory Stenstrom, claimed to have witnessed jump drives inserted into voting aggregation machines by a Dominion Voting Systems vendor in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. It was reported that election officials also commingled jump drives used in the voting aggregation machines – a move which potentially impaired the ability of auditors to properly certify the election results.

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