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Project Veritas’ source, a US Postal Worker who supplied an ID card to verify himself, claims that his office has been ordered to backdate ballots.
BREAKING: Michigan @USPS Whistleblower Details Directive From Superiors: Back-Date Late Mail-In-Ballots As Received November 3rd, 2020 So They Are Accepted— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) November 5, 2020
“Separate them from standard letter mail so they can hand stamp them with YESTERDAY'S DATE & put them through"#MailFraud pic.twitter.com/n7AcNwpq80
“I work in the Traverse City Post Office. More specifically, the Barlow branch,” an unidentified US Postal Service employee begins in a conversation with Project Vertias’ James O’Keefe.
“Your boss told you and your colleagues something that shocked you this morning. What was it?”
“We were issued a directive this morning to collect any ballots we find in mailboxes, collection boxes, just outgoing mail in general, [and] separate them at the end of the day so that we could hand stamp them with the previous day’s date. Today is November 4th for clarification.”
Who is your boss? And what is his title?
“Jonathan would be a direct supervisor, yes. As of right now, he is the opening supervisor for the Barlow branch Post Office.”
“So, I’ve—and this is anecdotal—carrier down in another office, said they watched the postmaster doing it.”
“If it were just a typical day, it would be clerks doing it up at the distribution center.”
“So, 8:00 PM election day, November 3rd, the court of appeals ruled ballots have to be received by that time. And what were you told,” O’Keefe asks.
“To separate them today so they can mark them with yesterday’s date and send them through the express system to wherever they needed to go.
“This appears to be an attempt to circumvent Michigan law and allow late votes,” O’Keefe follows up. “And you said there was a hamper where letter carriers were supposed to leave their ballots. Where are the ballots now?
They were putting them into express bags to go to the distribution center. In regards to a hamper, there’s a standard hamper that all letter mail is supposed to go to and they had a tub next to it that we were supposed to put any ballots collected today into.”
“What made you come forward?”
“That’s sketchy. I don’t like sketchy. It screams corruption. Also, knowing the post offices leanings, politically, it didn’t seem quite right.”
“What is your message to other postal workers who see things like this?”
“Report it. How are we supposed to have any integrity in this country if we are just going to let things slide based on a scaling issue.”
“Are you afraid of retaliation against you?”
“I’ve had whistleblower policies backfire on me in the past, so, yes.”
“We’ll have to reach out to Johnathon Clarke for comment,” O’Keefe says before splicing in a call with the supervisor in question.
“Hey, is this Johnathon?”
“Hey, hey, I’m a reporter with Project Veritas, James O’Keefe here. And I have a—I have information that you guys have been stamping ballots with the previous dates, November 3rd.”
At this point, Johnathon Clarke hangs up the phone.