Election Whistleblower Says He Couldn’t Go To His Grave Knowing What He Knows

(TheFreedomFlag.com)- On Tuesday, yet more election whistle-blowers came forward with testimony about major election fraud in Wisconsin. During a press conference hosted by the Amistad Project, witnesses described how a postal subcontractor was told that more than 100,000 ballots were harvested and backdated so that they would not be discounted come election day.

The Amistad Project is a wind of the Thomas More Society, a constitutional litigation group.

Postal service subcontractor Nathan Pease described how two other postal workers told him on two different occasions that the United States Postal Service in the state of Wisconsin had gathered the huge number of ballots with the purpose of backdating them.

The process of backdating simply involves changing the postmark date on mail-in ballots to make it appear as if they were posted in time to be legally counted.

In a press release, the Amistad Project said that Pease’s 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.”

During a press conference, the Amistad Project presented shocking details of misconduct during the presidential election. They also described how they were promised 24/7 security protection of ballot “drop boxes” where voters could drop off their ballots in various places across the state.

“We have demanded such information – it has been refused,” they announced.

At the public hearing, Pease told the audience that he couldn’t stay quiet.

“I couldn’t go to my grave knowing what I knew,” he said.

Pease also spoke to Sean Hannity on Fox News, describing how he was informed that 100,000 ballots were supposedly missing in the state of Wisconsin, and was instructed to transport the ballots on the day after the election.

Phill Kline of the Amistad Project also announced recently that they had filed an emergency petition after finding almost 157,000 fraudulent ballots.

Despite a wealth of evidence, and hours of evidentiary hearings in Wisconsin, Arizona, and Pennsylvania, mainstream media outlets continue to falsely claim that the president’s accusations of voter fraud are “baseless.”