If you think that there isn’t something funny going on with the ballots right now you are just not paying attention.
The U.S. Postal Service said it has unearthed more than 1,700 mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania and more than 500 additional mail-in ballots in North Carolina following court-ordered sweeps of its facilities in the battleground states.
So far, the race between President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden remains too close for major news outlets to call, but it leans increasingly in Biden’s favor as more mail-in votes are counted.
The article goes on to state the following:
In a court filing early Friday morning, the Justice Department revealed that USPS plant managers in Greensboro, Mid-Carolinas, Central Pennsylvania, Western Pennsylvania, and the Philadelphia metropolitan area had found more mailed in votes, including 539 total in North Carolina, where Trump currently leads, and 1,703 in Pennsylvania, including 297 and 1,076 respectively from the Democratic strongholds of Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. The late-received votes in Pennsylvania may end up being challenged by Republicans. Decision Desk HQ, a nonpartisan election analysis firm, projected that Biden would defeat Trump in Pennsylvania, and thus win the presidency, but news outlets contend that it remains too close to call. As mail-in and absentee ballots were counted over the past couple of days, Trump’s sizable lead in the state slipped away, and Biden took the lead in unofficial counts Friday morning. The Trump campaign, which has mounted a flurry of legal challenges in the state, quickly issued a statement saying the election is “not over.”
In another incident, a U.S. postal worker has been arrested near the Canadian border, with over 800 pieces of undelivered mail in the trunk of his car, including some ballots.
ELECTION FRAUD UPDATE: A @USPS Whistleblower in Pennsylvania was inspired to come forward to Project Veritas after seeing this video from another brave whistleblower that came forward last night.
We release new bombshell mail fraud allegations TONIGHT! pic.twitter.com/n7AcNwpq80
— James O’Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) November 6, 2020
There have been multiple allegations involving postal workers this week, with whistleblowers coming forward saying that ballots received after Election Day were held back and postmarked for Nov. 3 to indicate they came in on Election Day.