The watchdog group Project Veritas released its third video on Thursday, Nov. 5, about a U.S. postal service carrier that denounced what was electoral fraud while maintaining expectations about who will be the next president.
The Postal Service carrier from Erie, Pennsylvania, said he overheard a conversation in which his postmaster instructed letter carriers to change newly delivered ballots, as reported by Townhall.
BREAKING: Pennsylvania @USPS Whistleblower Exposes Anti-Trump Postmaster's Illegal Order To Back-Date Ballots
"Ballots that are coming in today, tomorrow, yesterday, are all supposed to be postmarked the 3rd"
— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) November 6, 2020
“This morning I was casing my route, and I saw the postmaster pull one of our supervisors to the side and as he was—and it was really close to where my new case was so I was able to hear, listen in and I heard him say to the supervisor that they messed up yesterday,” the whistleblower said.
“And he told the supervisor they had postmarked one of the ballots the 4th instead of the 3rd, because they were supposed to put them for the 3rd” added the carrier who said the postmaster was upset because he’s a “Trump hater.”
“All these ballots that are coming in today, tomorrow, yesterday, are all supposed to be postmarked the 3rd,” the postmaster said. The order to change incoming ballots still stands, he explained.
“They had a specific meeting, a safety meeting, where one of the higher-ups, Rob [Weisenbach Jr.] and Stephanie, basically told us to make sure we pick up ballots and give them directly to the supervisor,” the whistleblower said.
Weisenbach, a post office administrator, refused to give any statement to Project Veritas investigator James O’Keefe when he tried to contact him. “That’s untrue and I don’t talk to reporters like you,” he said, then hung up the phone.
The video was released only 24 hours after Project Veritas released a video of a Traverse City, Michigan, postal service worker exposing his supervisor, Johnathan Clarke, as part of a voter fraud scheme.
Project Veritas undercover journalists also reported late last month a woman who was buying votes from seniors in Bexar County, Texas.
O’Keefe said, “We keep hearing voter fraud is a myth and anyone who challenges that notion is simply creating hysteria.” The undercover recording shows Raquel Rodriguez, a “vote chaser” talking about vote buying fees.
In the Twitter posting, O’Keefe notes, “BREAKING: Ballot Chaser Reveals MASSIVE Voter Fraud To Elect @JoeBiden.”
“Some of my Republicans are precinct chairs that cannot be known …They want to help Biden,” the researcher’s tweet says, citing the vote-buyer’s words.
“For the entire team I’m looking at … $55,000,” the researcher wrote, adding, “$55k for 5k votes, top of the ticket, Hegar/Biden.”