Observer Spots Mysterious Drop of 50+ Boxes Of Swing-State Ballots Overnight — Here’s What He Saw

Written by Wes Walker on November 15, 2020

As of the close of voting on November 5th, no more votes were supposed to come in. That’s what the law said. So how do you explain this truck full of boxes?

Poll Challenger Shane Trejo was watching the polls on behalf of Team Trump. what he saw raised some serious red flags.

He describes a long time of inactivity where there were no votes being counted, but when the vote counters were just completing their shift, the mysterious truck came in.

What came in was a truck with 50+ boxes. Shane describes the truck, the three workers, the boxes, and someone in a blue hoodie who he had seen earlier in the night.

Toward the end of the shift they were unloaded, but weren’t immediately processed. To the best of his knowledge, nobody touched any of the boxes unloaded from that truck until much later, when it would have been a different group of workers, and there would have been no context given for the origin of these ballots.

He’s also referring to ways the workers have been hostile to poll watchers.

But that isn’t the only thing Trejo saw on election night.

He’s looking for answers, but he’s getting stonewalled.

“There were thousands of ballots in each box,” Trejo says. “There were at least 50 boxes that I saw unloaded at 3:30am, well after the 8:00pm deadline for ballots to show up.”

“They should have been dumped on us at once, when there wasn’t a potentiality of fraud. There was no reason for them to show up this late at night.”

…The 3:30am the Biden Ballot Drop was the first ballot delivery since 10:30pm, then 138,000 ballots showed up suddenly. Trejo says the ballots could not be processed right when they arrived, so by the time they were starting to be counted, a new shift of poll workers had started.

This is important because Trejo explains that the Biden Ballot Drop was dropped off at the end of one shift and left uncounted, so when the new shift came to count ballots they didn’t know where the ballots had come from.

Trejo repeatedly asked about this truck to site supervisors and was STONEWALLED. –GatewayPundit

He may not be getting ANSWERS, but he did get some license plate numbers of the parties involved.

This is connected to the same story as the Detroit polling places covering up their windows.