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Were Pennsylvania ballots shipped in from New York?

There are more allegations of voting fraud in the recent US Federal Election. In an interview on Fox New’s Hannity, one subcontractor with the postal service stated he picked up pallets of mail-in ballots in New York and delivered them to a location in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and a second witness swore he was told of plans to backdate mail-in ballots, so they would be still accepted for the election.

As a reminder, these are all allegations until proven in court. However, sworn affidavits are considered evidence, because they are given under the penalty of perjury/prison, if the individual is found to have lied.

Fox News explains:

Ethan Pease, a U.S. Postal Service (USPS) subcontractor from Wisconsin claimed at a press conference earlier Tuesday that he was informed of plans to backdate 100,000 mail-in ballots in order to circumvent the deadline for submission. Pease made the accusation in a sworn affidavit, despite Attorney General William Barr saying earlier Tuesday the Justice Department has yet to find proof of widespread voter fraud. […]  

Jesse Morgan, who also works as a USPS subcontractor truck driver, claimed to have driven nearly 300,000 completed mail-in ballots across state lines.

“I can tell you, I took 24 pallets,” Morgan told Hannity.”This happened on Oct. 21, and I picked them up in Bethpage, N.Y. and drove them to Harrisburg [Pa.] and from Harrisburg, I drove them to Lancaster, dropped the trailer in Lancaster, dropped my truck off, and went home.”

READ: Whistleblowers share firsthand accounts of election irregularities: ‘I couldn’t go to my grave knowing’

As the evidence seeps out of potential voter fraud in the recent election, it is starting to sway people’s opinion. A recent poll in Georgia, revealed that the majority of voters believe the vote was compromised in that state. READ: Poll: Majority of GA Voters Believe Election Was Compromised Enough to Alter Results

Here is one of the reasons, they are concerned in Georgia:

Georgia’s election officials are refuting the video. READ: Georgia election officials refute claims made about viral video with ‘suitcases’ of ballots

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