USPS driver says trailer disappeared with "thousands" of ballots
Jesse Morgan, who was driving for a USPS subcontractor, detailed the irregularities he witnessed while distributing tickets on his regular route in Pennsylvania and New York, claiming that his trailer filled with "thousands" of tickets had disappeared. He detailed the allegations during a press conference on Tuesday hosted by the Thomas More Society Friendship Project.
Morgan, who said during the press conference he had "everything to lose and nothing to gain" as he spoke, outlined his usual route, which is to take mail from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, to Bethpage, New York, to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and finish again in Lancaster.
“On October 21, when I got to my regular route in Bethpage, New York, the sender made three signs of the ballot papers that were going to be loaded into the trailer and even said, 'Hey, you have a ballot today or you. Show me a mail. "Somebody really wanted their ballot to count,'” he said.
2 December 2020