Another United States postal worker from Erie County, Pennsylvania, has stepped forward on Thursday with evidence of fraudulently back-dated election ballots.
The USPS worker said he first witnessed a postmaster ordering his supervisor to back-date ballots. This is the second postal worker to step forward with evidence of election fraud at the USPS.
“This morning I was casing my route, and I saw the postmaster pull one of our supervisors to the side,” he told James O’Keefe, Project Veritas founder. “And I heard him say to the supervisor that they messed up yesterday…And he told the supervisor they had postmarked one of the ballots the 4th (November) instead of the 3rd. Cause they were supposed to put them for 3rd (November).”
“Ballots that are coming in today, tomorrow, yesterday, are all supposed to be postmarked the 3rd,” he added.
The USPS worker said he was even ordered to postmark mail ballots from November 6 for November 3. “They still want us to pick up ballots tomorrow (the 6th),” he explained.
According to James O’Keefe, “Americans want to trust the integrity of our elections and the postal service—if our voting is going to be trusted to the post office, we have to be able to trust the post office.”
In Las Vegas, Nevada, a postal worker told a Project Veritas undercover journalist that he agreed to collect “legal ballots sent to the wrong address,” O’Keefe said. “This is yet another example of real concerns when it comes to voter fraud across this country,” he added.
Also in Nevada, a Department of Motor Vehicles whistleblower said unregistered voters were allowed to cast their ballots anyway. They were then instructed to register to vote by Friday so election officials could claim their ballots were legitimate.
According to the whistleblower, people without a Nevada driver’s license or ID card were allowed to vote, even though Nevada law stipulates that voters must be registered to vote before the election.
If confirmed, this would explain why some Nevada counties has been very slow in counting ballots, since they have been stalling for time.
The question remains as to why a Nevada DMV office would be so concerned about expediting people’s voter registrations… after the election?
In Detroit, a video was released of Democratic election counters cheering as Republican election monitors were thrown out of the counting facility.
Twitter user “US Rebel” (@USRebellion1776) has revealed that the number of votes cast for Joe Biden far exceeds those cast for that state’s Senate candidates in swing states, while those cast for Trump and GOP Senators follow a normal pattern.
In most elections, the majority of votes are cast “down the ticket” which means that a voter typically supports both the party’s presidential nominee as well as the state Congressional candidate. In fact, according to Pew Research, “overwhelming shares of voters who are supporting Trump and Biden say they are also supporting the same-party candidate for Senate”.
This suggests that the number of votes for a presidential candidate and the same party’s Senate candidate should be quite close, but in these swing states, this is expressly not the case.
Another United States postal worker was caught at the Canadian border on Election Day with a trunk full of absentee ballots. He was charged with delay and/or destruction of mail after Customs and Border Protection intercepted the cargo.
“This Office is committed not only to ensuring the integrity of the mails but also of individuals’ rights to vote in a free and fair election,” said US Attorney James Kennedy in a statement. “The criminal conduct with which this defendant is alleged to have engaged, undermined both of those interests.”
Several states — Arizona, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Georgia — have not been called yet, as neither Trump nor Biden have reached enough electoral votes to be elected president.
On social media, visuals of voter fraud were also circulated.
In Pennsylvania, mail ballots from the military serving overseas were found in the rubbish. The ballots – with all the votes cast for Trump – were discovered during an investigation into election irregularities.
On Thursday, the US Attorneys Office Middle District of Pennsylvania released a statement on the find:
On Monday, September 21, 2020, at the request of Luzerne County District Attorney Stefanie Salavantis, the Office of the United States Attorney along with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Scranton Resident Office, began an inquiry into reports of potential issues with a small number of mail-in ballots at the Luzerne County Board of Elections.
Since Monday, FBI personnel working together with the Pennsylvania State Police have conducted numerous interviews and recovered and reviewed certain physical evidence. Election officials in Luzerne County have been cooperative. At this point we can confirm that a small number of military ballots were discarded.