Inspired by other USPS whistleblowers, a postal worker from the Coraopolis, Pennsylvania Post Office approached Project Veritas and explained how he too had heard USPS officials instructing that ballots be backdated to count in the 2020 election.
A postal worker based in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania told Jame O’Keefe that both his postmaster and supervisor told post office workers to collect and sort out late ballots after Nov. 3, Election Day.
“Wednesday, the fourth, we checked in at the time-clock, the postmaster, then, told us that if we were to find any ballots on our routes that day, we were to collect them, keep them separate in a hod, which is what we call our plastic bins, and bring them back,” he said.
The whistleblower’s postmaster, James Malia, and his supervisor, William Wood, gave the instructions on how the ballots would be handled, he said.
“We would put them in another hod and they would be sent to be counted,” he said. "Firmly of the belief that they were going to be backdated."
James O’Keefe: “These were ballots collected Nov. 4?”
Coraopolis USPS Whistleblower: “Yes.”