“BREAKING NEWS” Project Veritas has exposed voter fraud in Michigan with an undercover report.

A USPS whistleblower who works at the Barlow branch in the Traverse City Post Office spoke to Project Veritas founder and Project Manager James O’Keefe online on Nov. 4. With his voice disguised he told O’Keefe how he and his colleagues were given instructions this morning to collect any ballots they could find in mailboxes and collection boxes, “just outgoing mail in general,” he said.

The man was shocked at the directive, which was to separate the mail, and any ballots they found were to be hand stamped at the end of the day—with the previous day’s date, which would be Nov. 3.

Michigan law forbids votes past 8.00 p.m. on Election Day.

The whistleblower exposed his boss as Jonathan Clarke. The ballots were to be stamped with Nov. 3 date, then sent by express post to wherever they had to go.

“This appears to be an attempt to circumvent Michigan law and allow late votes?” said O’Keefe.

He mentioned the whistleblower had said a “hamper” was provided where the ballots were to be left by the mail carriers.

The whistleblower said the ballots were put into express bags to go to the distribution center.

O’Keefe asked the worker what prompted him to come forward.

“That’s sketchy, I don’t’ like sketchy,” he said, adding “It screams corruption. Also, knowing the post offices’ leanings politically, it didn’t seem quite right,” he said.

The whistleblower has a message for other postal workers who might come across these improprieties. “Report it,” he said. “How are we going to have any integrity in this country if we just let things slide, based on a scaling issue.”

O’Keefe called Clarke, the whistleblower’s superior, and mentioned he was from Project Veritas and had information that ballots received on Nov. 4 were being stamped with the previous day’s date.

Clarke promptly hung up on O’Keefe.

Donald Trump Jr. has retweeted O’Keefe’s tweet and is asking: Where is the DOJ?

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