Project Veritas Talks To Michigan Whistelblower

A post office whistleblower in the battleground state of Michigan reveals that his supervisor instructed letter carriers to separate ballot envelopes so clerks could fraudulently hand-postmark them for Nov. 3. Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe interviewed the man via conference call.

O’Keefe said the problem with mail-in ballots stems from the fact that there was never a chain of custody. “Our Project Veritas Insider is taking an enormous risk to get out the truth,” said O’Keefe. Michigan law states that ballots must be received by 8 p.m. on Election Day, Nov. 3, to be counted.

The unidentified postal worker said that he is speaking out because the entire process carried out by USPS workers is “shady”. “As far as I am aware, we’re not supposed to be counting ballots that are postmarked after the third of November here in the state of Michigan.”

There are 16 Electoral College votes at stake in Michigan with the presidential election still up for grabs. The whistleblower said many employees were upset that they were ordered to isolate the ballots.

The Insider said he was shocked when Barlow Branch morning supervisor Jonathan Clarke told a group of mail carriers how late ballots would be handled.

Clark declined to comment on the postmark scheme to Project Veritas.

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