Former AG Barr Stopped Investigations into Trailer Load of 288,000 Ballots into PA from New York in 2020 Election  

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Jesse Morgan, a truck driver for the US Postal Service, came out after the election and told his experience about hauling tens of thousands of ballots from New York to Pennsylvania before the 2020 election in December 2020.

There are sometimes too many unknowns and glaring red flags-Barr refused to provide whistleblower protection to Morgan, and now the USPS won’t provide an investigation report

In the summer of 2021, former US Attorney General Bill Barr asked the US Attorney for Eastern Pennsylvania to stop investigating 2020 election-related concerns in the state and send any cases over to the Democratic Pennsylvania Attorney General. This would have included rumors of a semi-trailer transporting roughly 288,000 ballots from New York to Pennsylvania.

Lieutenant Colonel Tony Shaffer spoke about the Jesse Morgan tale and the work he and others did to vet it following the 2020 election this week. Shaffer said he decided to go ahead with the report after his staff thoroughly examined Morgan. 

He phoned his law enforcement contacts to enlist their help in furthering the investigation. Former Attorney General Bill Barr called Tony, shouted at him, and told him to end his probe. It allegedly hampered an FBI probe, according to Barr. Tony was removed from the investigation shortly after that.

Tony indicated that he wanted to make Mr. Morgan a whistleblower, but Barr refused. Shaffer shared the following:

“And I would argue that he broke the law by refusing to accept that as a premise of him going in [to the FBI to discuss what he saw and knows]…

… So the next thing you know I’m gone off the investigation, Morgan is turned over and he goes away, never to be heard from again.

The investigation into this matter was forwarded to the USPS (United States Postal Service) the next day in an interview with attorney Tom King in Pennsylvania, because the incident involved US mail.

Attorney Tom King says that he was made aware of Jesse Morgan after the 2020 Election.

“I was involved in that case and we worked directly with the US Attorney Bill McSwain who is now a candidate for governor… We got the truck driver over to the FBI offices in DC and to date we have met nothing but resistance from the postal authorities to release the report done by the postal police and the FBI.  We’re close to getting it but that’s still unresolved as I speak to you today…

… We not only cooperated fully but I spoke on numerous occasions with Bill McSwain, the state’s attorney appointed by President Trump for the Eastern portion of Pennsylvania.”


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