Trump Trains Sights On USPS, Claims Employees Tampered With Hundreds Of Thousands Of Ballots


As legal battles rage over whether or not widespread fraud can be proved at a level that would make a difference in the results of the 2020 election, President Donald Trump has turned his focus to the United States Postal Service, claiming in a Friday morning tweet that some of its employees are guilty of various forms of ballot tampering.

The accusation from Trump was heavy, with the president claiming that hundreds of thousands of ballots were compromised as they made their way through the USPS system, according to Newsmax.

“Whistleblowers reveal that the USPS is responsible for tampering with hundreds of thousands of ballots. @OANN This long time Democrat stronghold got rid of massive numbers, especially in swing states, during and before delivery of the ballots. Well documented evidence!” Trump tweeted.

A man by the name of Phill Kline, the director of the legal group Thomas More Society’s Amistad Project, claims that a witness attested having knowledge about a staggering 280,000 pre-marked ballots that were transported from Bethpage, New York, to Lancaster, Pennsylvania in October before mysteriously going missing.