As President Donald Trump’s legal team continues to pursue election challenges in key states, several witnesses shared their firsthand accounts of irregular voting incidents.
Three whistleblowers spoke to Fox News host Sean Hannity on Tuesday, alleging a “bunch of instances” of election irregularities that compelled them to come forward. An election observer and two U.S. Postal Service employees unveiled their disturbing accounts on “Hannity” hours after Attorney General Bill Barr claimed the Department of Justice had found no evidence of “widespread fraud” in the 2020 election.
Despite Barr’s statement to the Associated Press, the two USPS workers who joined Hannity Tuesday had sworn affidavits on what they had witnessed. At a press conference earlier in the day, the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society, which is conducting an independent investigation into alleged voter fraud, said that multiple “whistleblowers” had come forward with accusations of “multi-state illegal efforts by USPS workers to influence the election in at least three of six swing states.”
Ethan Pease, a postal subcontractor from Wisconsin who identifies as “an independent or libertarian,” revealed plans to backdate 100,000 mail-in ballots and spoke about his experiences with Fox News.
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“I had no ballots to take on Election Day,” Pease told Hannity. “The day after the election, I didn’t really think anything of it until the Postal Service supervisor asked me if I had forgotten ballots the night before, and I didn’t have any, so I was like ‘That’s kind of a weird question, no?’
He went on to recount how he was told that “100,000 ballots were supposedly missing in the state of Wisconsin and an order came down to look for them from the Wisconsin-Illinois USPS chapter.”
Pease added that he felt the need to come forward and share the information because he “couldn’t go to the grave knowing what I knew and just keeping that to myself, knowing that something went wrong in this election.”
A USPS subcontractor truck driver alleged that he had driven across state lines with nearly 300,000 completed mail-in ballots.
“I can tell you, I took 24 pallets,” Jesse Morgan told Hannity.
“This happened on October 21, and I picked them up in Bethpage, New York and drove them to Harrisburg [Pa.] and from Harrisburg, I drove them to Lancaster, dropped the trailer in Lancaster, dropped my truck off, and went home,” he added.
One incident at the adjudication table in Michigan on the night of the election was described by Kristina Karamo.
“What happened was, at the adjudication table, a ballot came up and it was straight party, the person had voted straight-party Democrat and straight-party Republican, and the important part is they were filled-in circles, so that’s an intentional mark …” she told Hannity.
“The person didn’t make any other votes for judges, proposals, nothing else, and the poll worker just was like, ‘I’m going to give it to the Democrats’. And so I’m like ‘No, that ballot should be tossed out,’ and this person had previously given a vote to Joe Biden where a voter had voted for Joe Biden and the Green Party candidate for president … so that alerted — had my attention,” she continued.
Speaking to the employee’s supervisor apparently didn’t help and Karamo then asked an official overseeing the shift, “why not give it to Republicans over the Democrats?”
She recounted that this triggered a confrontation between the two, and that “he begins to scream at me and tells her to push it through. Me and him have this big argument…”
“People try to say this is just one incident. No, it’s a bunch of instances. We had no way of coordinating these mass stories that all add up, but the Democrats have plenty of time to coordinate their stories, so it doesn’t make sense that all of our stories are telling the same type of situation where we witnessed massive fraud,” Karamo, a registered Republican, told Hannity.
The election observer contended that “this is beyond Republicans and Democrats. This is about our republic being protected.”
“If we don’t have confidence in our election, we don’t have a nation,” Karamo asserted.
Despite the accounts, and the Trump campaign alleging voter fraud in several states in the presidential election, Barr told the Associated Press that specific complaints have been investigated by the FBI and attorneys but not enough had been uncovered that would impact the outcome of the election.
“Attorney General William Barr said Tuesday the Justice Department has not uncovered evidence of widespread voter fraud that would change the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.” — Associated Press, right now
— Michael Beschloss (@BeschlossDC) December 1, 2020
“With all due respect to the Attorney-General, there hasn’t been any semblance of a Department of Justice investigation,” Trump attorneys Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis fired back in a joint statement.
“We have gathered ample evidence of illegal voting in at least six states, which they have not examined. We have many witnesses swearing under oath they saw crimes being committed in connection with voter fraud. As far as we know, not a single one has been interviewed by the DOJ,” the statement continued, alleging the DOJ “hasn’t audited any voting machines or used their subpoena powers to determine the truth.”
“Nonetheless, we will continue our pursuit of the truth through the judicial system and state legislatures, and continue toward the Constitution’s mandate and ensuring that every legal vote is counted and every illegal vote is not,” the lawyers added.
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