The day after the 2020 election, a postal worker from Traverse City, Michigan reached out to Project Veritas to detail serious wrongdoing he had heard from his superiors. He told Project Veritas that postal workers in his office were being instructed to backdate ballots in order for them to count in the election. His anonymous video testimony garnered over 10 million views on Twitter alone.
“We were told to collect any ballots that we find in mailboxes, collection boxes, et cetera, for outgoing mail, at the end of the day, we are supposed to separate them from the standard letter mail, so they can hand-stamp them with yesterday’s date—and put them through the Express Mail system—to get wherever they need to go,” the Insider said.
“For clarification, today is the fourth of November," he said.
James O’Keefe: “Hand-stamp them with Nov. 3’s date?”
USPS Insider: “Yes.”
O’Keefe: “That seems wrong—”
USPS Insider: “Yeah, that’s why I am coming forward with this information. That is a very shady—in addition to, 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.”