Project Veritas spoke to an anonymous USPS whistleblower on Thursday evening. The man claims that he was told by his supervisor to back-date late mail-in ballots received after Election Day.
If the USPS whistleblower’s claims are true, this may be a huge problem for President Trump‘s chances in Pennsylvania.
Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe shared these startling accusations on Twitter with the caption “BREAKING: Michigan @USPS Whistleblower Details Directive From Superiors: Back-Date Late Mail-In-Ballots As Received November 3rd, 2020 So They Are Accepted.”
O’Keefe also included a quote from the whistleblower which said “Separate them from standard letter mail so they can hand stamp them with YESTERDAY’S DATE & put them through.”
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
The USPS whistleblower, who we now know is Richard Hopkins, has repeated his claims from the Project Veritas video to investigators, and is willing to testify before Congress. He has confirmed that an investigation is taking place.
This is a bigger deal than the typical anonymous claim, as we now have a man who is willing to testify under oath.
Investigating this matter is extremely important, because if there are supervisors within the USPS ordering workers to backdate mail, it is certainly illegal even if it is not a federal document.
As reported by Louder With Crowder, “Public employee unions do tend to skew in the direction that isn’t fond of Donald Trump. Plus, generally speaking, there tends to be a lot of patronage hires the more local you get. So it’s not like political motivation isn’t that far fetched.”