Whistleblower Postal Worker Claims Election Fraud In Pennsylvania

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Richard Hopkins, the Eeerie, Pennsylvania United States Postal Service worker who claims that ballot tampering occurred during the 2020 Presidential election, is sounding off on a Washington Post article claiming he “fabricated” the story.

Hopkins claims of ballot manipulation at the hands of USPS workers resulted in his suspension without pay. Hopkins is a Marine veteran. Hopkins says Federal Agents attempted to coerce him into recanting his story. One particular name, Agent Strasser, runs at the center of Hopkins’ claims.

Agent Strasser: “I am trying to twist you a little bit”

“I am scaring you here”…” we have Senators involved…DOJ involved…reason they called me is to try to harness.”

“I did not recant my statements,” Hopkins says in a plea to the public.

Election fraud claims, many of which focus on Pennsylvania, continued to climb yesterday as several states, including Ohio, Kentucky, and Missouri, backed a Federal lawsuit against the state’s ballot-count practices. It unclear when and if a Joe Biden Presidential certification will happen. As it stands, most mainstream media publications have declared Biden the winner. But President Trump continues to await the result of several nationwide lawsuits claiming election fraud.

Author: Jim Satney

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