Today the Amistad Project, of the Thomas More Society, held a public press conference to bring forward United States Postal Service (USPS) workers who were blowing the whistle on sketchy behavior by other USPS employees and strange occurrences surrounding the delivery of ballots.
The USPS employees alleged that hundreds of thousands of complete absentee ballots were being transported over three state borders and that a trailer of ballots had also gone missing in Pennsylvania.
One of the USPS drivers from Pennsylvania, Jesse Morgan, could substantiate his claims the ballots were crossing borders as he drove a route that goes through Lancaster PA, Bethpage NY, Harrisburg PA, and then back to Lancaster PA.
This is cause for concern as ballots should be picked up and delivered to mail-in vote counting centres within their states after being dropped off in USPS processing facilities.
A second USPS worker from Wisconsin, Nathan Pease, who did not vote for either Trump or Biden, indicating he voted for a small third party candidate, said that on November 4, and 5 that two separate postal workers told him they were collecting tens of thousands of ballots and deliberately back dating them.
Pease also described the odd situation of finding only a few ballots in drop boxes on November 2, and 3 and then was later told by a “senior USPS employee” that 100,000 ballots were missing and that other post office workers would be dispatched to fund them.
In Amistad’s statement about Pease’s testimony they said:
Mr. Pease’s sworn statement coincides in time with a dramatic ballot dump on the morning of November 5 which heavily favored Mr. Biden and which has caused significant controversy within the expert community regarding the statistical probability of the late insertion of tens of thousands of ballots in favor of a single candidate on the morning after the election.
The Amistad project also at the press conference discussed their attempt to get the 24 hour video footage of the mail-in ballot drop boxes that USPS were meant to pick ballots up from, but they were refused access to the footage.
There was more information presented and it can be said at the very least based on the details presented that this information regarding election fraud should be taken very seriously.
Amistad has given their information over to the police and other law enforcement officials, and their evidence as well as testimony from the USPS workers will be likely added to future lawsuits.
The full video of the press conference is linked below.