“Amistad Project Director Phill Kline comments on mounting evidence of lawlessness in 2020 election
Amherst, Virginia/March 21, 2022 — Phill Kline, director of The Amistad Project, issued the following statement in response to the release of video footage that appears to show a woman placing a large stack of ballots in a drop box in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
“This is not the first video we’ve seen showing this type of activity. In many states, including Pennsylvania, it is illegal to submit ballots for other people. It’s called ballot harvesting, and it’s against the law because it compromises chain of custody and creates potential for voter intimidation and coercion.
“The activity in the video clearly appears to be illegal, yet judgment should be reserved until the person in the video is interviewed and further information gathered. Additionally, if the video had been viewed near the election, the questionable ballots could have been flagged and investigated. This now cannot be done, as the ability to segregate the ballots has been lost.”
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