USPS Mail In Ballot Scandal - Nationwide - Not Isolated Incidences
When I first heard of the USPS whistle blower from Traverse City, MI, I thought it odd that a postmaster would instruct postal employees to:
"Go out and collect uncounted ballots FROM USPS DROP OFF MAIL BOXES first thing Wednesday morning, on Nov 4th, SEPARATE THE BALLOTS FROM OTHER MAIL, AND PUT THEM IN BINS TO BE RUSHED TO THE DISTRIBUTION CENTER, IN ORDER FOR THE BALLOTS TO BE BACK DATED FOR NOV 3RD".
Project Veritas Video Here:
Whistle Blower: Orders From the Top
Mail In Ballot Rigging Discovered
Michelle A Arntz, Postmaster Traverse City, MI
Phone: 231 946 9616
202 S Union Street, Traverse City MI, 49684
Michigan USPS Whistleblower Details Directive From
Superiors To Back-Date Late Mail-In-Ballots Nov 3
Eyewitness Confirms Plan to Backdate Ballots So They Count:
"It screams corruption" - Whistle Blower
Of course it was immediately evident the directives from the Traverse City, MI postmaster were illegal, as Michigan election law states that ANY BALLOTS RECEIVED AFTER 8PM ON TUESDAY, NOV 3RD, ARE NULL AND VOID AND CANNOT BE LAWFULLY COUNTED OR INCLUDED IN THE VOTE TALLY.
But that was only THE OBVIOUS, SURFACE part of the story from ONE LOCATION of Traverse City, MI.
After listening to other whistle blowers, from other states, and seeing the same pattern, and hearing the SAME UNLAWFUL DIRECTIVES ON THE MORNING OF NOV 4TH - FROM OTHER POSTMASTERS IN OTHER STATES - THE QUESTION CAME TO MIND:
HOW IS IT POSSIBLE THAT POSTMASTERS ALL ACROSS THE COUNTRY COULD ALL EXPECT AND KNOW THEIR WERE "EXTRA BALLOTS" IN ALL THOSE DROP BOXES...
...UNLESS THEY KNEW BEFORE HAND, OR WERE NOTIFIED IN ADVANCE THAT USPS DROP BOXES WOULD BE STUFFED WITH 'FRESH' BALLOTS...
...AT SOMETIME BETWEEN 3AM TO 4AM ON THE MORNING OF THE 4TH???
What's more, why would the US Postmasters across the country participate in election fraud of this magnitude?
The answer to THAT QUESTION COULD VERY WELL BE SOMETHING to do with a MASSIVE PAYOLA/BRIBERY SCHEME to the tune of 25 BILLION DOLLARS BETWEEN THE USPS and THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY.
Remember back in July and August of 2020 when the zombie corporate media, the communists/democrats, and deviates from Hollyweird were all accusing President Trump of 'trying to destroy the Post Office'?
Remember specifically how the democrat/communist party went bonkers over the threat of losing ANY of the outside drop boxes?
Remember the lame show that used up Hollywood wrinkle bag and adrenochrome addict Cher put on defending MAIL DROP BOXES?
Cher Loses It: If Trump Wins in November, 'It's End Of ...
Aug 30, 2020The Moonstruck star sounded the alarm in a series of tweets over the weekend in which she also defended the U.S. Postal Service and mail-in voting.
"If trump wins It's End Of Democracy, & Start Of trump Autocracy. He'll Have COMPLETE Control," Cher tweeted.
Cher then falsely accused the president of ripping mail boxes out of sidewalks and smashing sorting machines.
Why did the zombie left freak out at a re-organization of a Postal Service losing millions of dollars per year of tax payer monies?
And why specifically were LEFTIST INSURGENTS so focused on OUTSIDE DROP BOXES?
The answer becomes more clear with the events that actually occurred on the 4th of Nov, 2020 election rigging against President Trump, and those sacred drop boxes for fake ballot stuffing were all part and parcel to the BIG STEAL plan Democrats/Communists laid bare in the 2020 election.
This is election far from over, as many heads come rolling down the Post Office steps...
BOOM! Federal investigators arrive in Michigan after viral video seems to reveal alleged fraud
Democrats advance $25 billion Postal Service bailout
by Susan Ferrechio, Chief Congressional Correspondent
August 22, 2020 01:43 PM
House Democrats voted to advance a $25 billion U.S. Postal Service funding package during an emergency Saturday session that the GOP labeled a political exercise aimed at trashing President Trump ahead of the Republican National Convention next week.
Democrats scheduled a final vote on the measure Saturday afternoon.
It would provide $25 billion to the USPS and would prohibit Postmaster General Louis DeJoy from implementing significant service changes at any time during the coronavirus outbreak.
Democrats accuse DeJoy of collaborating with Trump to undermine mail delivery in order to make it harder for people to vote by mail.
“This president is on a warpath to destroy the Postal Service, and through that, our elections,” Rep. Mark Pocan, a Wisconsin Democrat, said.
A record number of voters are expected to vote by mail in the Nov. 3 election. At the same time, the coronavirus outbreak has caused a shortage of personnel in some areas.
Trump appointed DeJoy, a prominent GOP donor and businessman, to serve as postmaster and to reform the financially troubled agency.
USPS lost nearly $70 billion over the past 11 years, and DeJoy said it is on track to lose another $9 billion this year.
DeJoy told a GOP-run Senate oversight hearing on Friday that he implemented reforms aimed at improving on-time mail delivery, which has lagged for years.
But Democrats argued the mail delivery has gotten worse, not better, since he took over on June 16 because packages and mail were not making it onto the trucks.
Democrats accuse DeJoy of speeding up previously scheduled removal of mail-sorting equipment and mailboxes.
DeJoy announced earlier in August that he was halting those efforts, but Democrats said their bill will force him to put the mailboxes and sorting machines back in place.
Democrats accused him of slashing overtime for postal workers, citing union complaints.
DeJoy said he has not cut any overtime and has spent $700 million so far on extra hours.
Republicans accused Democrats of creating a crisis to make it appear Trump is attempting to influence the November election unfairly.
Trump said he opposes universal mail-in voting because the process is vulnerable to fraud and other problems.
They pointed to the timing of the emergency session, sandwiched between the Democratic National Convention that ended Thursday and the Republican National Convention, which starts on Monday.
“This is a joke,” Rep. Tom Cole, an Oklahoma Republican and ranking member on the House Rules Committee, said.
“This is a theatrical moment punctuating the two conventions.”
But Democrats noted constituents in Democratic and Republican districts are complaining about late mail and not receiving critical medicine or business packages for weeks.
“Here we are, with a crisis in the Postal Service,” Rules Committee Chairman Jim McGovern, a Massachusetts Democrat, said, criticizing the GOP opposition.
“Mail has slowed down all across the country. Members are getting calls, including Republican members. And what’s the response? Oh well, we’ll just let it go."
Democrats have been trying for months to provide the $25 billion to the Postal Service.
They included the funding in a $3 trillion coronavirus aid package House Democrats passed in May, and it became a key sticking point in negotiations with the White House on a final aid deal.
The Trump administration offered a $10 billion compromise for the post office, but Democrats rejected that.
On Saturday, House Republicans pointed out that the USPS has enough money on hand to keep operating at sufficient levels. And they said any new spending must include a reform plan.
Congress has struggled for years to pass significant legislation to reform the Postal Service, which has experienced rising costs despite declining business.
“The Post Office tells us they have $15 billion on hand, they have access to a $10 billion line of credit that will more than take them for a year from now, so we don't need to be spending this money right now,” Cole said.
“It’s a silly, silly bill.”
Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a California Democrat, justified the revenue loss at a press conference in the Capitol on Saturday.
"It's not a business. It's a service," she said.