President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign continues to cite fraud and voter irregularities as a major factor in Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s reported electoral victory last month.
New evidence on that front emerged this week with multiple whistleblower accounts, including a driver’s claim that thousands of ballots apparently disappeared after he transported them across state lines.
“I’m already losing”
According to Fox News, U.S. Postal Service contract driver Jesse Morgan spoke at a press conference organized by the Thomas More Society’s Amistad Project, during which he initially made the shocking allegations.
“I have everything to lose and nothing to gain from this, all right?” he said at the presser. “And I’m already losing. I’m already losing, OK? So for me to come here is a big step.”
Morgan went on to recount an incident on Oct. 21 during which he said he picked up a shipment in Bethpage, New York, that included 24 cardboard containers he was told contained mail-in ballots. He claimed that they appeared to contain hundreds of thousands of envelopes labeled with handwritten return addresses.
“They were complete ballots,” Morgan recalled. “I didn’t think much of it at the time.”
Two of the containers were then loaded onto his truck bound for Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and ultimately to Harrisburg, he said. Upon arriving at the final stop with the shipment containing the ballots, he claimed he was not allowed to unload his own truck.
“This was also weird”
“That’s different,” Morgan noted. “Whenever I pull into Harrisburg, I go around and I get my dock and I get unloaded and then I pull out. Not on that day.” Instead, he recalled waiting for an extended period of time without receiving any update — a development he characterized as “weird.”
Morgan continued: “After waiting six hours, I went inside to figure out what’s going on. I was told to wait for the transportation supervisor. This was also weird — 16 months I’ve been doing this I haven’t ever talked to the transportation supervisor for United States Postal Service.”
Upon speaking to the supervisor, he said he was instructed to drive to Lancaster “without being unloaded in Harrisburg,” which he said “made no sense” because the ballots were destined for Harrisburg.
Furthermore, he said the official refused to provide a ticket documenting the date and time of his arrival in Harrisburg, meaning he would not receive payment for the stop. When arrived in Lancaster, he claimed to have parked his truck in its usual spot — only to find his trailer missing the next morning.
Of course, Morgan’s is just one such tale of apparent voter fraud. A USPS subcontractor from Wisconsin also spoke during the recent press conference, claiming he had been informed of plans to backdate roughly 100,000 mail-in ballots in circumvention of election deadlines, Fox reported.