A whistleblower posted videos on Wednesday which claim to show elections officials in Delaware County, Pennsylvania destroying 2020 election data and equipment.
The information was obtained via a right-to-know lawsuit filed in May, sources familiar with the lawsuit told Newsmax on the condition of anonymity.
"Delaware County was the last county in the state to fully report its ballots for the 2020 election, and several races were in the scope of being flipped by a few thousand votes," the Newsmax report noted.
The lawsuit suggests an election machine shredded thousands of absentee and mail-in ballots, with the data corroborating it deliberately erased in the lead up to the right-to-know filing.
Several videos were released as part of the effort to corroborate the claims.
The whistleblower said one video shows Director of Elections Operations James Allen allegedly telling officials to destroy evidence knowing it was a "felony."
In another video, the whistleblower said Tom Gallager, a lawyer for Delaware County, was allegedly seen destroying election tapes.
BREAKING: Whistleblower in Delaware County, PA with evidence of destruction of election data and equipment. pic.twitter.com/pmGgf8IoQD— Margot Cleveland (@ProfMJCleveland) November 18, 2021
More from the whistleblower. pic.twitter.com/ntSv0O73lG— Margot Cleveland (@ProfMJCleveland) November 18, 2021
Whistleblower video 3. pic.twitter.com/V4BTuVCy68— Margot Cleveland (@ProfMJCleveland) November 18, 2021