FRAUD? USPS Worker Says Bosses Told Workers To BACKDATE Ballots

( Project Veritas, the watchdog group that regularly releases undercover videos of political operatives and activists organizing shady deals, revealed on Friday that a United States Postal Service worker has agreed to go on the record and testify under oath about a possible electoral fraud case.

Specifically, the worker alleges that bosses in the USPS ordered workers to backdate ballots being delivered, meaning they would be counted even if they were submitted late.

The worker alleges that they overheard the postmaster instructing carriers to backdate the ballots.

“This morning I was casing my route, and I saw the postmaster pull one of our supervisors to the side and as he was, and it was really close to where my new case was so I was able to hear, listen in and I heard him say to the supervisor that they messed up yesterday,” the postal worker said.

“And he told the supervisor they had postmarked one of the ballots the 4th instead of the 3rd, because they were supposed to put them for the 3rd,” the whistleblower added.

According to the worker, the order to backdate ballots still being received “still stands” and that he knows this is the case because the USPS still wanted them to pick up ballots the next day.

“They had a specific meeting, a safety meeting, where one of the higher-ups, Rob [Weisenbach Jr.] and Stephanie, basically told us to make sure we pick up ballots and give them directly to the supervisor,” the worker added.

James O’Keefe, the director of Project Veritas, confronted Weisenbach about the allegations.

“That’s untrue and I don’t talk to reporters like you,” he said.

The issue of potential voter fraud is hot, given that President Donald Trump has cast doubt on the legitimacy of the election, which currently favors Democratic candidate Joe Biden.

Project Veritas also released a video of a United States Postal Service worker in Michigan possibly engaging in voter fraud.

As lawsuits continue to be brought forward, we are likely to hear more about this story.