The Democrats insist that voting by mail is safe and invulnerable to fraud, but the news keeps rolling in about ballots dumped in dumpsters, or found at USPS worker’s houses, or stolen. Can Americans trust the USPS to deliver their votes in the most important presidential election in US history?
On October 2nd, in North Arlington, New Jersey, bags of mail were found in a dumpster, including at least 100 ballots. The mail carrier had been employed since July 2020, and was arrested on October 7th. According to The Epoch Times: Nicholas Beauchene, 26, of Kearny, New Jersey, was charged with one count of delay, secretion, or detention of mail and one count of obstruction of mail.
On Sunday, October 11th, in Baldwin, Pennsylvania, undelivered mail was found in trash bags sitting on a curb outside a USPS employee’s house. Pennsylvania is a battleground state in the 2020 election.
Undelivered mail was found in a dumpster in Virginia Beach, Virginia. On October 9th, the mail was discovered in a dumpster at a construction site.
Mail, including ballots, was stolen from mailboxes in Joshua Tree, California last week. The mail was recovered by police and taken back to the post office to be delivered.
Piles of unopened mail were discovered in Los Angeles back in September. The investigatory arm of the USPS is looking into the theft though the USPS stated that no USPS employees were involved.
A West Virginia mail carrier pled guilty to altering requests for absentee ballots back in July.
The stories continue to mount up about malfeasance and malpractice by the USPS. Americans should not rely on the USPS to deliver their votes in the 2020 election.