A new whistleblower video has emerged purporting to show potential irregularities in how ballots were handled during the 2020 election in Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
One of four videos produced by the whistleblower shows election workers allegedly discussing how to damage ballots in anticipation of a potential election audit.
In the first video, a Delaware County attorney appears to be throwing ballots into a trash can. The attorney in question, Tom Gallagher, said: “At this point, I don’t want anybody to pick it up, and thinking we threw stuff away. We’re going to have a little campfire going.”
In the second video, a man referred to as “Ziggy,” had a conversation with the whistleblower in which he said, “Let’s put it this way…Yes, there are tapes being tossed, but they are of no audit value.”
In the third video, a conversation is shown between two men named James Allen and Jim Savage. Allen said, “Then get rid of the pads and the second scanners.” Savager replied calling that “a felony.”
According to Newsmax, “The V-drive that housed the election data was under no supervision appearing at different locations and with different directors of elections, the same source said.”
Delaware County is near Philadelphia, a city notorious for a history of election fraud.
In her book “Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized our Elections,” author Mollie Hemingway wrote of Philadelphia’s history that “Philadelphia, which is overwhelmingly Democratic, has a long and storied history of election fraud.”
In one example, she writes that “in 2017, polling places workers were charged with intimidating voters, casting bogus ballots,” she added, “and falsely certifying results during a special election for a state house seat in North Philadelphia.”
Hemingway also reported that “in 2020, a South Philadelphia judge of elections Domenick DeMuro pleaded guilty to taking bribes to stuff the ballot box in multiple elections.”
And it now appears that the Philadelphia area might have lived up to its less than stellar election operations once again.