Whistleblowers Claim Postal Service Workers Threw Out or Backdated Ballots

Whistleblowers Claim Postal Service Workers Threw Out or Backdated Ballots

(UnitedVoice.com) – Serious allegations are being made by multiple USPS whistleblowers creating more skepticism about the results of the 2020 presidential election. This comes on the same day that US Attorney General Bill Barr said there was no proof of widespread voter fraud. Now, the FBI might be looking into the issue involving hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots.

Exactly how many ballots disappeared through the USPS? The total number isn’t known. However, in one claim, at least 288,000 mail-in ballots went missing. In another, over 100,000 were backdated improperly. Additionally, in Michigan and multiple Pennsylvania USPS locations, ballots were backdated to ensure they were received by the deadline.

The USPS whistleblowers are working with the Thomas More Society, a non-profit law firm. The organization recently launched an independent investigation titled the “Amistad Project” to look for voting fraud in battleground states. The Amistad Project stated in a press conference on Tuesday, December 1, that USPS whistleblowers had firsthand credible knowledge that mail-in ballots were manipulated in battleground states that might have influenced the outcome of the election.

Whistleblowers Speak Out

During the press conference, the Amistad Project said the whistleblowers claimed USPS workers influenced elections in at least six battleground states.

In Wisconsin, USPS subcontractor Ethan Pease held a press conference where he informed the public of a sworn affidavit he signed alleging mail-in voting fraud. He claims he was told 100,000 mail-in ballots were backdated to get around the deadline for submission. Pease said he became aware he was involved after a USPS supervisor asked him if he forgot the mail-in ballots from election night. He informed the supervisor there weren’t any. However, soon after, the Wisconsin-Illinois USPS chapter order came down to find the 100,000 missing ballots.

In another case, US Postal Service contractor Jesse Morgan told Sean Hannity on Tuesday night that on October 24, his load of up to 288,000 ballots went missing. Morgan said he picked up 243 pallets of ballots in Bethpage, NY, dropped them off in Lancaster, PA, and went home.

In Traverse City, Michigan, a whistleblower alleged that postal workers backdated mail-in ballots and that Trump campaign mailers were labeled “Undeliverable Bulk Business Mail.” However, Biden mailers were ordered to be delivered promptly.

Is the FBI Investigating?

Over the last three weeks, the Trump campaign has been making the case that mail-in voter fraud existed enough to change the outcome of the election. However, the media first said there was no evidence. Then, they said if there was fraud, it wasn’t enough to change the outcome of the election. Senior government officials and politicians agreed with that assessment.

These allegations shed new light on what could be more widespread than imagined, however. As a result of the Amistad Project’s initial uncovering, Project Director Phill Kline said on Twitter that the FBI requested to look at their information.

The claims brought forth by the whistleblowers share similarities to those made in lawsuits by the Trump campaign across the country. However, judges have consistently ruled against their claims, saying not enough proof was generated.

The FBI refused to acknowledge whether they were or were not investigating, per their standard practice.

Stay tuned. This story could add intrigue to an already difficult 2020 election.

Don Purdum, Independent Political Analyst

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