Trump Election 'Fraud' Witness Has Also Posted on Social Media About a 'Shadow Person' Haunting His Family
In their refusal to accept the reality that outgoing President Donald Trump lost the 2020 election to President-elect Joe Biden, Trump's legal team continues to orchestrate swing state "hearings" designed to undermine public faith in the democratic process and subvert the millions of votes cast for Biden.
The witnesses who've appeared at these hearings have put forth questionable claims, largely amounting to hearsay and broad claims of suspicious activity.
Now, one witness' reliability is being called into question after resurfaced social media posts.
On Tuesday, truck driver Jesse Morgan appeared at a press conference organized by the far-right Thomas More Center.
Morgan claimed at the conference that he'd unwittingly driven a truckload of fraudulent mail ballots from New York to the crucial swing state of Pennsylvania.
The video went viral and before long, Trump himself shared it to his infamous Twitter account.
Jesse Morgan—a truck driver (subcontractor) with USPS in PENNSYLVANIA...pic.twitter.com/EFxXZnQCUS
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 1, 2020
With no proof that this actually occurred, Trump's supporters are depending on Morgan's reliability to give the claims credence.
That may be a mistake, judging by his social media posts.
In a series of videos that have since been made private, Morgan describes seeing a "shadow person"—whom the Daily Beast reports looked suspiciously like a normal human in a black morphsuit—haunting his house.
In subsequent videos, Morgan claimed that multiple shadow people were plaguing his family.
After an interview on the travel channel, Morgan and his three brothers made an indie documentary about their interactions with ghosts, earning them a paltry 2.5 out of 5 star rating on Amazon Prime.
This latest development didn't do much for his credibility.
They're not sending their best, part 484 https://t.co/EQbAHmzFnx
— Jesse Hawken (@jessehawken) December 3, 2020
Out: dead people are voting.
In: dead people are haunting my family https://t.co/YyqMKWg6Xd
— Adam Smith (@asmith83) December 3, 2020
Maybe it's Hugo Chavez??? The conspiracy runs deep... https://t.co/zsdPQPU7tB
— Brendan Nyhan (@BrendanNyhan) December 3, 2020
Holy crap I think we just identified Q! And what do ya know, he's all about scamming for the green. https://t.co/13JhwzRjbz
— kate zabel (@sogreatkate) December 3, 2020
Come on! No true republican can actually support this circus, can they? I always thought they didn't like to spend taxpayer money on shit like this. So they can use it for their sinister agendas https://t.co/Z6wsNgyKaT
— Feens (@MikeFeen) December 3, 2020
Some found stories of the paranormal more believable than the lies about voter fraud.
I'd believe the ghosts before the voter fraud. https://t.co/skpVwInsBA
— P. Michael Weisser ⚖️@🏠🌊🎼📷🐝🐴🌳🦉🦇 (@pmweisser) December 3, 2020
Wild that ghosts are the more reasonable claim in this case. https://t.co/DIIy1yAxkj
— Lauren Coffman (@laurencoffman) December 3, 2020
That's more believable than the voter fraud story... https://t.co/3klYxFaVOh
— Alec Hemingway (@Alec0531) December 3, 2020
Despite Trump's protests, Biden will be inaugurated on January 20th, along with Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.