Project Veritas releases audio of federal agent coercing postal worker
"We have senators involved. We have the Department of Justice involved," Strasser says
Hopkins interjects that he also has been in contact with President Trump's lawyers.
"I am not — I am actually," Strasser continues, "I am trying to twist you a little bit because in that, believe it or not, your mind will kick in.
"We like to control our mind," says Strasser. "And when we do that, we can convince ourselves of a memory. But when you’re under a little bit of stress, which is what I’m doing to you purposely, your mind can be a little bit clearer. And we’re going to do a different exercise too, to make your mind a little bit clearer. So, this is all on purpose."
Countering a House Democrat claim that a U.S. Postal Service whistleblower has recanted testimony that a supervisor ordered the backdating of mail ballots in Pennyslvania, Project Veritas has released an audio recording of federal agents coercing the whistleblower, who stands by his testimony.
The whistleblower, Richard Hopkins, told Project Veritas last Thursday that Postmaster Rob Weisenbach in Erie, Pennsylvania, ordered the backdating of ballots to Nov. 3 so that late ballots would be accepted.
In a recording released Tuesday night, Russell Strasser, an agent of the USPS Office of Inspector General, says to Hopkins, "I am trying to twist you a little bit."
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