Got Freedom, Inc., created a GoFundMe to support whistleblowers Jesse Morgan and Ethan Pease as they transition back to everyday life. The fundraiser stated that all funds will go to the men to supply a year’s worth of their work salaries.
Morgan worked as a U.S. Postal Service (USPS) subcontractor truck driver. He alleged that he drove around 300,000 mail-in ballots from New York to Pennsylvania.
Pease also worked with USPS as a subcontractor. He alleged that he was told to backdate around 100,000 mail-in ballots.
The Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society – a not-for-profit, national public interest law firm – introduced both men onstage to tell their stories during a press conference.
The law firm stated that they’ve investigated voter fraud for over a year and a half. They claimed that they had statistical and tangible evidence, as well as eyewitness accounts.
In an interview with The Georgia Star News, Morgan shared that the point of the fundraiser is greater than their individual needs – it’s to encourage more witnesses to speak up.
“Mostly what we’re trying to do is come up with an organization to bring more whistleblowers forward,” he said. “I took a step back from a job where I make over $100,000 a year. You’re asking other people to come forward, so you have to have something that can help them with their expenses as they come out, to protect their family and their houses. That’s where we’re coming from. It’s for them.”
However, Morgan expressed confidence in his ability to make it through these tough times. That isn’t to say he hasn’t faced negative consequences for testifying. Morgan shared with The Star News that he’d been followed in his car, stalked in stores, and even discovered bugs and cameras planted in his truck.
“I can only imagine what other people go through. When I came out and said [my testimony], I had everything to lose and nothing to gain,” Morgan said.
Morgan explained that he felt his account was too important not to share.
“Once you start messing around with the integrity of the vote, what’s the next thing? My brother fought in a war for our country – he was medically discharged,” the whistleblower said. “What’s the whole point of him fighting the war, if you’re going to take away his vote?”
Although Morgan shared that he has faced trials for telling his story, he maintained that nothing lost measured up to doing what’s right.
“This is the hardest thing I’ve ever done. But I’m going to keep standing up until someone does something,” he said.
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