[Ed. – Obviously, all of this will have to be sorted out by responsible authorities. There is, of course, a legitimate question how far you have to go to find an authority that isn’t corrupt. Don’t despair. Pray – for this postal worker and for America.]
A United States Postal Service whistleblower revealed his identity on Friday after higher-ups saw his Thursday interview with Project Veritas. According to Richard Hopkins, a carrier in Erie, Pennsylvania, his supervisors and others above him were ordering carriers to backdate ballots that were received after Election Day. Once Hopkins’ bosses pieced together that he was the whistleblower, he was allegedly relieved of duty.
“They asked me the same questions you asked me yesterday about what I’ve seen and heard and were asking if I had anymore information or whatnot,” Hopkins explained while he completed his route.
The whistleblower made it clear he did not see his supervisor actively backdating ballots so they were postmarked Nov. 3. He heard them talking about the act of doing it.