USPS Contractor Says His Trailer With 130,000 to 280,000 Mail-in Ballots Disappeared in Lancaster

In a press conference Tuesday, three whistleblowers made a series stunning allegations against election officials and U.S. Postal Service workers, accusing them of illegal activity undermining the integrity of the election.

The most extraordinary report came from a U.S. Postal Service contractor who said he transported thousands of  completed ballots for the 2020 general election from Bethpage, New York, to Lancaster, Pennsylvania, where the trailer carrying the ballots disappeared.

Former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline said that the contractor’s eyewitness testimony has been corroborated and shows that between “130,000 to 280,000 completed ballots for the 2020 general election were lost.


The Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society, led by Kline, mounted an independent investigation into the voting irregularities in several battleground states.

“The whistleblower accounts released today, detail the failure of election officials in blue jurisdictions to maintain ballot chain of custody, allowing for the potential infusion of fraudulent ballots. These accounts include photographs of individuals improperly accessing voting machines and a detailed eyewitness account of the breaking of sealed boxes of ballot jump drives and commingling of those jump drives with others,” the Amistad Project said. “The accounts also reveal multi-state illegal efforts by USPS workers to influence the election in at least three of six swing states. Details include potentially hundreds of thousands of completed absentee ballots being transported across three state lines, and a trailer filled with ballots disappearing in Pennsylvania.”

Kline presented some of the group’s findings during the press conference.

“The way that they did this election was not consistent with federal law in every one of these urban areas in every one of these swing states,” Kline told reporters. “And the question is, why?”

Computer expert Gregory Stenstrom, a U.S. Navy veteran and data scientist from Pennsylvania, said he personally witnessed a vendor of Dominion machines and local election officials download and update counting machines in violation of election system protocol.

Stenstrom said that he witnessed the voting machine warehouse supervisor for Delaware County carrying around unsealed and unsecured baggies of USB cards “which he inexplicably began to plug into vote-counting computers and uploaded into the official vote tally.”

He said that despite his formal objections to law enforcement officials, and Election Board officials, the supervisor was allowed to continue this highly suspicious activity.

“When he was finished, the vote count shot up 50,000 votes for Vice President Biden,” Stenstrom said. He went on to allege that 64 USB cards used during the Nov. 3 election have gone missing.

He said he was finally able to gain access to the sequestered room three days later where he witnesses 60 to 70 thousand unopened mail-in ballots. “That was on Thursday [after the election] at 3;30,” he said. “They remain unaccounted for. We don’t know where they are,” he said.

Stenstrom has previously asserted that as many as 120,000 votes cast in Delaware County should be called into question.

Ethan Pease, a USPS whistleblower from Madison, Wisconsin, said he wasn’t political but “something profoundly wrong” had happened in the 2020 election. Pease alleged that he was told by postal workers on two separate occasions that the post office on Nov. 4 was planning to backdate tens of thousands of mail-in ballots to show that they were received before the Nov. 3 election.

USPS whistleblowers in Michigan and Pennsylvania have also alleged that they witnessed the backdating of ballots.


Jesse Morgan, a USPS subcontractor, said that he had nothing to gain and everything to lose by coming forward. As Kline had noted when he was introducing him, Morgan had an arrest record from his younger days, and the media was certain to focus on that, rather than his allegations. Until now, Morgan’s three children were unaware of his arrest record.

The truck driver was determined to get the truth out anyway.

He said that his route goes from Lancaster, Penn. to Bethpage, N.Y. to Harrisburg, Penn., and back to Lancaster.

On October 21, Morgan noted that when he arrived for his usual route in Bethpage, N.Y., an expediter told him that he would be hauling ballots.

The driver said he saw a total of 24 gaylords, or large cardboard containers of ballots, loaded into his trailer.

“These gaylords contained plastic trays, I call them totes or trays of ballots stacked on top of each other. All the envelopes were the same size. I saw the envelopes had return addresses… They were complete ballots,” he said. Morgan added that the envelopes were all the same size and he could see handwritten return addresses. Two gaylords with regular mail were put in the back of his trailer because they were heading to Lancaster.  The gaylords with the ballots, he said, were put in front of them because they were going to his next stop in Harrisburg.

When he got to Harrisburg, Morgan said that he wasn’t allowed to unload and he ended up parked for six hours, “from 9:15 a.m. ’til 3:00 p.m.”

Finally he went inside the facility to “find out what’s going on.”

He said he was told to wait for the transportation supervisor, which he noted was “weird.”

“Sixteen months I’ve been doing this and I’ve never had to talk to the transportation supervisor for the United States Postal Service,” Morgan said. Normally, he explained, he talks with the expediter if he has a problem.

The supervisor told him to haul the ballots to Lancaster, which made no sense to him because he knew they were supposed to be shipped to Harrisburg.

Before he left, Morgan said he tried to obtain a ticket and an overtime slip showing the hours he was in Harrisburg, the name of his expediter, and other details so he could get paid for the extra hours and would be able to prove when he got to Lancaster that he “wasn’t the person who screwed this up.”

“A ticket is always provided to a driver when he shows up at a United States Postal Service facility that proves you were there,” he explained.

“The transportation supervisor refused to give me a ticket and told me to leave,” Morgan said. “I then demanded he give me a late slip since I wanted to get paid for the time I was sitting there.”

Morgan said the supervisor refused to give him that, too.

“He was kinda rude and wouldn’t explain anything to me,” Morgan said.

He went on to say that he drove to Lancaster and unhooked his trailer in its usual place and then drove his truck to where he always parked it in a nearby lot.

The next day, he said, his trailer was gone.

Kline said the Amistad Project has reached out to U.S. attorneys in Pennsylvania and New York to look into the situation.


“They put the ballots on the wrong truck, and they picked the wrong man,” Kline said. Because here, you have a man who is willing to tell the truth about what that load is.”



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About Debra Heine

Debra Heine is a conservative Catholic mom of six and longtime political pundit. She has written for several conservative news websites over the years, including Breitbart and PJ Media.