Richard Hopkins is an American hero, a combat veteran, former Marien, and a USPS whistleblower who exposed the Eerie, PA US Post Office for committing voter fraud by backdating ballots that arrived later than the official deadline to November 3.
After Hopkins came out and blew the whistle, federal agents attempted to coerce him to change or water down his story. Unfortunately, for the federal agents, they weren’t dealing with some stooge, Hopkins recorded their conversation and is now blowing the whistle on them.
O’Keefe warns that this is only one recording and more will follow. He calls the attempt of the federal agents to silence the postal worker whose testimony proves voter fraud occurred, “Soviet style truth suppression”
We have recordings of the federal agents, who COERCED this man through a 4 hour interrogation Without representation, who stands by his original affidavit re: backdating ballots.
Standby for recordings doubling down on backdating ballots.
This is soviet style truth suppression https://t.co/toK6r8zb2m
— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) November 10, 2020
Watch the interview he recorded that was tweeted by Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe.
RECORDING: Federal agents “coerce” USPS whistleblower Hopkins to water down story. Hopkins doubles down…
Agent Strasser: “I am trying to twist you a little bit”
“I am scaring you here”…” we have Senators involved…DOJ involved…reason they called me is to try to harness.” pic.twitter.com/tK2JPu6Wqm
— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) November 11, 2020
Whistleblower Richard Hopkins blasted fake news Washington Post for lying about him recanting his statement about voter fraud committed by the Erie, PA US Post Office.
Hopkins held up the screen of his phone, as he explained that he’s looking at an article written by Washington Post article. He explained, “It says here that I fabricated the allegations of ballot tampering. I’m here to say that I did not recant my statement. That didn’t happen. That is not what happened,” he said, adding, “and I would like the Washington Post would recant their wonderful little article they decided to throw out there.”
— Joel Fischer (@JFNYC1) November 11, 2020