Joe Biden was declared the winner of the November election by the media, in the state of Wisconsin by about 20,000 votes. Only moments ago, a USPS contract employee dropped a massive bombshell during a press conference about his anti-Trump bosses and 100,000 ballots that allegedly went missing.
A temporary hire at the UMS (United Mailing Services, a USPS sub-contractor) explained how he happened upon a massive ring of fraud through the USPS in Wisconsin.
The unnamed temporary USPS worker explained that he would pick up and deliver ballots in boxes marked “for ballots only” from UMS to USPS in September and October as part of his evening delivery duties.
“On one occasion, I forgot to retrieve the ballots for transportation, and had to go back for them,” he said, explaining that after that, he would always check to make sure he had the ballots loaded on his truck before he left.
“On November 2, 2020, I noticed that there was only one ballot in the bin for delivery to USPS. And on November 3, election day, there were no ballots in the bin for delivery,” he explained.
“One can imagine my surprise then when the next day, November 4th, I was asked by a senior USPS named Monte if I had forgotten any ballots from the night before?”
“Monte explained that an order came down from the Wisconsin-Illinois chapter of USPS that 100,000 ballots were missing. Monte then told me that his post office had dispatched employees to look for the missing 100,000 ballots at about 4 am. and that only 7 or 8 were found at UMS. Based on my previous experience and habit of double-checking for ballots, I believed that to be a lie, ” he said.
He continued, “The following day, November 5, 2020, I had a conversation with a different USPS employee named Rachel, in which she admitted that USPS employees had been ordered to backdate ballots that were received too late to be lawfully counted.”
He asked Rachel if he would “get in trouble” with his boss, “for the missing ballots—referring to the allegedly missing ballots I had discussed with USPS employee Monte on November 4, 2020?”
“No,” she told him, explaining, “as long as they were postmarked for November 3,” adding, “That’s why they had us do that.”
“I didn’t bring any of this up to my supervisors at USPS at the time, over what I perceived as their hostility for Donald Trump, and their evident contempt for the law, ” he said, adding, “I heard those same two post office employees making jokes about taking votes for Trump and throwing them away.”
He concluded his testimony in front of the media, “I’m not a Trump supporter. I’m not a Biden supporter either, in fact, I didn’t vote for either of the main candidates, but something profoundly wrong occurred in Wisconsin during the presidential election—and the American people have a right to know about it. ”
President Trump’s lawyers filed a lawsuit in WI today with the Supreme Court challenging MI’s vote results.
According to Reuters– The petition alleges that election officials were directed to fill in missing information on ballot envelopes, issued absentee ballots without receiving applications and allowed people to improperly claim a “confined” absentee voting status.
The petition, filed on behalf of Trump, his campaign and U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, also takes issue with voting events in city locations outside of polling stations, according to court filings.
The petition alleges 221,323 absentee ballots were improperly filed. Biden won Wisconsin by about 20,000 votes.