After Project Veritas exposed a Michigan branch of the United States Postal Service apparently taking an active part in election fraud, they followed it up today with a related video which they captured back in May. The postal service was incredibly lax in passing out blank ballots to just about anyone.
Election fraud at the Post Office
The United States Postal Service isn’t scoring many brownie points with conservative voters today. Attorney General William Barr has already sent a team of investigators to Michigan after a massive fraud operation to inject last minute ballots into the counting room was exposed by a furious whistleblower in Traverse City.
It appears that his supervisor, Jonathan Clarke, ordered mail workers to collect any remaining ballots the day after the election, back date the postmarks and rush them off to be counted. That’s illegal election fraud because the state isn’t allowed to count anything brought in after the polls close, no matter when they were postmarked.
An update to the Michigan fraud case came late in the day Friday, with Project Veritas reporting that they have been “contacted by a Special Agent within the Office of Inspector General for the USPS who is aware of our video, believes the allegations of wrongdoing fall under their jurisdiction,” and they’re deciding whether or not to investigate.
UPDATE: @Project_Veritas has been contacted by a Special Agent within the Office of Inspector General for the @USPS who is aware of our video, believes the allegations of wrongdoing fall under their jurisdiction, and they are assessing whether an investigation is appropriate. https://t.co/REMXiAjmoe
— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) November 5, 2020
Gambling with votes in Vegas
The second video incriminating the USPS was actually filmed earlier this year as part of a related operation.
This fraud flick was produced in Las Vegas, Nevada. An undercover Veritas reporter was betting that he could score some blank ballots to fill out, assuming he was criminally inclined, if he simply played his cards right. It was amazingly easy. He simply asked the mailman at a big apartment complex.
“Yeah,” the journalist prompted, “where can I find a handful of those?” He asked, referring to vote packets, without indicating why, especially not hinting they might play a role in election fraud. “I don’t know, man. I’m almost finished with the boxes today.”
The reporter laughed it off but “Art” wanted to be helpful. “Hey, not a problem, man. I’m gonna see if I can get you some like a nice little handful. What’s your unit number?” The reporter made one up.
The journalist had a camera running secretly so he nailed the fraud down for his viewers, confirming, “you gonna get a handful?” The federal worker replied, “I probably could. I don’t know. Maybe. If it’s in there.” He knew he shouldn’t, adding “I didn’t do it.” Art then ventured, “I’ll see what I can do.” It seems that “there are always old ballots around with the rest of the unclaimed mail.” How many of those unclaimed ballots have already been counted?