“Who you gonna call? GHOST HUNTER!” — At least if you’re John Eastman.
This is some skills set, that this most recent witness of John Eastman’s possesses. Jesse Richard Morgan is at the Eastman disbarment trial in California because he is purportedly a whistleblower on massive election fraud. We come to find out that he’s also a truck driver and an aficionado of the paranormal — when he isn’t busy doing drugs or trying to murder his wife. Yes, we promise you a handful here. Eastman sure knows how to find them. York Daily Record:
The 28-page sworn affidavit is confusing at times, but the story Morgan tells is that someone at the postal distribution center in Bethpage, on Long Island, told him that he was hauling mail-in ballots to Harrisburg and Lancaster postal distribution centers.
His statement is attached to a lawsuit filed by several Pennsylvania state representatives, led by Rep. Daryl Metcalfe, a Butler County Republican, asking the Commonwealth Court to throw out the results of the 2020 presidential election and alleging that the state’s administration of the election was “so severely flawed it is impossible to certify the accuracy of the purported results.”
The suit contains some of the same assertions and unproven theories that other courts have rejected because they are not based on evidence.
The suit also claims that the election was rife with fraud, claiming that some 200,000 mail-in ballots were shipped in from out of state, even though, in his statement, Morgan put the number at between 250 and 7,500.
The whistleblowing gig isn’t going so well. Morgan and his brothers do videos on their paranormal experiences. I’m willing to go out on a limb and say that there were probably more real ghosts in Morgan’s movie than there were fake ballots in his truck.
The film, titled “The Shadows Amongst Us,” had a one-and-a-half-star rating on Amazon. One reviewer on its Amazon page wrote, “just talking and talking, nothing happens, cell phone footage shot in portrait mode, why is this on amazon prime.” (The film is rated 1.8 stars out of 10 on the Internet Movie Data Base.)
Let’s give the man an “A” for consistency, shall we? He’s as good a filmmaker as he is an election fraud whistleblower.
The article goes on to say how Morgan’s mother reports that he has had drug and alcohol problems since his early teens and used to sleep in the woods and walk out of school. Perfect MAGA material.
Morgan also pleaded guilty to forgery in 2006 for a sentence of five years’ probation, with the first 192 days in Adams County Prison. But a judge resentenced him in 2008 to 1 1/2 to five years in prison, according to court records. He was paroled in 2009 and then committed a few parole violations and went back in, in 2010 and 2013.
The part that blows me away is how he tried to murder his wife by pouring an unnamed medication that she’s allergic to on her pizza. “I would have died,” she said. She got a protective order against him.
And this is somebody that John Eastman called forward to help him keep his right to practice law. I have no words.