Postal subcontractor Ethan Pease says USPS admitted to illegally backdating ballots in Wisconsin


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(Natural News) Another election whistleblower has come forward to allege that United States Postal Service (USPS) workers admitted to illegally backdating some 100,000 ballots in the key swing state of Wisconsin the day after the election.

As reported by Cristina Laila, USPS subcontractor Ethan Pease says two separate postal workers on two different occasions admitted to him that a sizeable number of ballots were collected on Nov. 4, the day after the election, and altered in order to still be included in the official Nov. 3 count.

“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 revealed in a statement.

At a press conference, it was announced that Pease and his lawyers had already contacted law enforcement about what he observed, and Pease later attended what has been described as an “explosive” public hearing held by the Amistad Project in Arlington, Virginia.

Later on that same evening, Pease appeared on Sean Hannity’s show where he discussed the situation at length, telling Hannity that he could not, in good conscience, “go to my grave knowing what I knew” without telling the world about it first.

“Amen! What an outstanding American!” writes Jim Hoft for The Gateway Pundit about Pease’s bravery in coming forward. “This patriot deserves a medal! Maybe President Trump will give him one someday!”

You can watch’s Pease’s interview on Fox News below:

24 pallets of ballots were taken from Bethpage, New York to Lancaster, Pennsylvania

As you will see in the video, another postal worker by the name of Jesse Morgan also came forward with claims that he, too, witnessed election fraud.

Morgan says he was instructed to drive some 300,000 ballots on 24 separate pallets on Oct. 21 from Bethpage, New York to Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Like Pease, Morgan signed a sworn affidavit to affirm his claim.

Kristina Karamo, a poll watcher from another area of the country, also appeared during the same Hannity segment to explain how she witnessed ballots for Republicans and Green Party candidates being counted in with the Joe Biden pile. When Karamo tried to say something about it, her supervisor lashed out and tried to intimidate her into silence.

This bullying tactic did not work, though, as Karamo later joined Pease and Morgan in bravely coming forward with her own sworn affidavit to tell the truth about what really went on behind the scenes in order to declare Biden the “winner.”

“This is beyond Republicans and Democrats,” Karamo told Hannity. “This is about our Republic being protected. If we don’t have confidence in our elections, we don’t have a nation.”

The unfortunate reality is that almost nobody in the media, save for Hannity and a handful of others, is paying any attention to this. In fact, Karamo says nobody wanted to hear her story at all until now, nearly a month after the election when she is finally getting the chance to tell the world what happened.

“We give our consent to be governed by those in office, not in power, to make decisions on our behalf,” Karamo says. “But if we don’t pick the people that are making the decisions on our behalf, then we have a rogue government doing whatever they want to do. And that is completely unacceptable.”

If you would like to lend your support to the cause of fighting election fraud, check out attorney Sidney Powell’s Defending the Republic website.

Sources for this article include:

TheGatewayPundit.com

NaturalNews.com

DefendingtheRepublic.org


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