Wielding the coronavirus pandemic as their weapon of choice, Democrats pushed for widespread vote-by-mail in the 2020 presidential election. Opponents of the method were concerned about the possibility that everything from postal incompetence to fraud could unfairly sway the election — and now it seems they may be right.
Whistleblowers have come forward with shocking allegations against the U.S. Postal Service, including charges that as many as 288,000 mail-in ballots suddenly went missing while another 100,000 ballots were illegally backdated, the Washington Examiner reported. The FBI is looking into these incidents announced Tuesday that were uncovered by the Thomas More Society’s Amistad Project.
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One of the most serious allegations is from USPS subcontractor Jesse Morgan who alleged that his trailer filled with 144,000-288,000 mail-in ballots suddenly went missing at a Lancaster, Pennsylvania postal depot. Morgan was driving the truck full of completed ballots from Bethpage, New York to the location when the trailer loaded with the ballots vanished.
Nathan Pease, another subcontractor, alleged that Wisconsin postal workers collected and falsely backdated nearly 100,000 mail-in ballots received Nov. 4 — the day after Election Day — that would otherwise have been discarded due to their late arrival. Pease allegedly gathered this information from two separate postal employees with their accounts completely independent of one another.
Postal workers in Michigan and parts of Pennsylvania also said they witnessed ballots being backdated. In addition, they alleged that President Donald Trump’s campaign mail being categorized as “Undeliverable Bulk Business Mail.” These same employees alleged they were urged to deliver President-elect Joe Biden’s mail on time.
The accusations weren’t just related to the USPS, however. Gregory Stenstrom, a computer expert from Pennsylvania, said he saw an election official and a vendor for the Dominion company improperly access and update the voting machines and comingle jump drives. This is problematic for the verification process and could hinder a proper audit.
The non-profit watch dog law firm said that these incidents mostly occurred in Democratic areas, and that they had both photographic evidence of the vote machine tinkering as well as “a detailed eyewitness account of the breaking of sealed boxes of ballot jump drives and commingling of those jump drives with others.” The Society said their evidence also revealed “multi-state illegal efforts by USPS workers to influence the election in at least three of six swing states.”
Many states have already certified their election results, but there is mounting evidence that this year’s election had serious problems. It’s not that there’s some top-down conspiracy, but rather the logical end to the reckless and calumnious establishment media that spend years convincing half of the country that Trump was a racist, white-supremacist, fascist dictator that had to be stopped at all cost.