The former Kansas Attorney General introduced the three witnesses – a computer scientist and two subcontractors for the United States Postal Service (USPS).
Navy veteran and computer scientist Gregory Stenstrom told members of the media that he witnessed "significant abnormalities" and "breaches of protocol" during his shift as a Republican poll observer at Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
He first saw election workers carrying trays full of ballots out of a locked back room, prompting him to ask for access to see what was going on. The election supervisor flatly refused to give him access, coming up with "increasingly flimsy" excuses which did not dissuade Stenstrom. The supervisor finally exclaimed that "there's no fraud going on," which did not sit well with the GOP observer.
He then got a judge to order that he and other poll watchers be allowed into the room for five minutes every two-hour period. While his turn to observe the room was ongoing, Stenstrom saw what he estimated to be more than 50,000 completed ballots – a far cry from the 6,000 remaining ballots to be delivered to the counting area.
Stenstrom later saw Delaware County poll workers uploading votes from the USB drives used in voting machines. They were separating the USB drives from their accompanying cartridges and paper tables, making it impossible to conduct a post-election audit. The GOP poll watcher raised his objections, but was simply told that "this was just how things have always been done."
Wisconsin USPS employee Ethan Pease was the second witness during the press briefing to share what he experienced. Pease was tasked to deliver carts of mail-in ballots: Following a rebuke for an early oversight, he always made sure to check if the ballots were in his truck before heading out. Pease said he felt distressed after being told that USPS workers had been instructed to search for 100,000 undelivered ballots at the behest of court-ordered "sweeps."
In another instance, the postal employee overheard two different workers on separate occasions say that USPS workers have been instructed to backdate thousands of ballots to reflect a Nov. 3 receipt date despite actually arriving one or two days later.
Lastly, truck driver Jesse Morgan experienced some "weird" situations during an Oct. 21 delivery. He was instructed to transport completed ballots from Bethpage, New York to Central Pennsylvania, but he was barred from unloading his cargo at Harrisburg – where the ballots he carried ought to be unloaded.
A transportation supervisor confronted Morgan when he complained, refusing to provide him with proof that he stopped by Harrisburg. This supervisor told him to continue on to Lancaster without unloading. Morgan's trailer vanished the next day while parked at the city's USPS depot, along with all the ballots in it: The trailer has never been found.
Kline pointed out during the press conference that he has never investigated a person who had not tried to conceal evidence of their misdeeds. London Center for Policy Research President Lt. Col. Tony Shaffer agreed with the former Kansas Attorney General's remarks in a piece for The National Pulse, saying that concealing evidence was "exactly what the election workers in Delaware County were doing."
The retired intelligence officer also mentioned that the whistleblowers' revelations "painted a comprehensive and interlocking picture of illegality and malfeasance" despite mainstream media claims that there is "no evidence of widespread fraud" in the recent elections. (Related: Bombshell study reveals that mainstream media suppression of eight key issues led to Biden victories in key battleground states.)
In addition, Shaffer explained that "a multi-state conspiracy" was in place to transport ballots – which accounted for the loss of Morgan's trailer and the events prior to its disappearance, and the completed ballots Gregory Stenstrom saw being hauled from the back room.
Other witnesses also confirmed that the elections were marred with fraud in various states such as Michigan.
Back in November, Detroit poll worker Jessy Jacob signed an affidavit stating that election officials in the city instructed her and her colleagues to unlawfully backdate ballots, goad voters into picking Democrat nominee Joe Biden and disregard any measures in place for election integrity.
Freelance IT contractor Melissa Carone also confirmed seeing poll workers scan the same batches of ballots repeatedly "up to eight or ten times." Carone remarked that she did not see any ballot for President Donald Trump during her entire shift at the TCF Center.
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