Category Archive: Against the U.S. Postal Service

Nov 17

The Interrogation: USPS agents interview whistleblower, get him to “update” his affidavit, and then immediately leak the “update” to Democrats and the Washington Post—which runs headline saying the whistleblower “retracted” his statement

By Roger Roots, J.D., Ph.D., Every trial lawyer knows that leading questions can be used to sculpt and shape a witness’s testimony to conform to the lawyer’s narrative. A leading question is one that leads a witness to an answer, by either suggesting the answer or by substituting the words of the questioner for those …

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Nov 06

U.S. Postal Service Whistleblowers in both PA and Michigan report being told to backdate vote ballots

Article 1, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution requires that “The Times, Places and Manner of holding Elections for Senators and Representatives, shall be prescribed in each State by the Legislature thereof.” But in 2020, various governors used the covid-19 scare as an excuse to unilaterally upend election laws by having the US Postal Service …

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Nov 06

Border Patrol performs “standard sweep” of vehicle at Canadian border on election day; finds trunk load of stolen ballots in Postal worker’s car

ANOTHER US POSTAL WORKER CHARGED WITH STEALING BALLOTS U.S. Postal employees overwhelmingly support Democratic politicians. During 2016, Postal officials were caught illegally rewarding employees who campaigned for Hillary Clinton. USPS employees are paid too much. The “Service” regularly contracts with regional private carriers who deliver mail for HALF of what USPS employees are paid. Thousands …

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Oct 25

Another U.S. Postal Worker Arrested for Stealing Vote Ballots

U.S. Postal workers overwhelmingly support bigger government, higher taxes, and more regulations. During the 2016 election, US Postal officials were caught illegally rewarding employees who campaigned for Hillary Clinton with paid time off and other benefits. Now, during the covid-19 panic, the U.S. Postal Service has taken over delivery of election ballots for every U.S. …

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Oct 17

The U.S. government used control over the mail to manipulate elections from the beginning

BREAKING: Another U.S. Postal worker has been caught destroying more election ballots. Last week, U.S. Postal workers in Pennsylvania and New Jersey were caught destroying and misdirecting U.S. mail–including election ballots. Now another USPS deliveryman has been arrested for trying to destroy more ballots, in Kentucky. “A construction worker found about 112 unopened ballots and …

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Oct 14

More U.S. Postal workers caught destroying, hiding mail–including election ballots

CNN reports that more U.S. Postal Workers have been caught destroying, trashing or hiding mail they were paid (very highly) to deliver. Just days ago a citizen found trash bags filled with undelivered mail sitting on a curb near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania awaiting trash pickup. And “Last week, the Justice Department charged a mail carrier in …

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Jan 30

Postal worker rents storage unit to store mail he stole

The U.S. Postal Service loses over $5 billion annually despite having a monopoly, owning some of the world’s most prestigious real estate, and paying no income, property, or corporate tax. Every inspection of a Postal facility has found undelivered mail hidden in trash bins or corners. USPS employees are paid more than twice what private …

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Jan 04

U.S. Postal Service has unfunded pension liabilities of almost $50 billion

The U.S. Postal Service loses $5 to $7 billion annually. It pays its workers too much; and thousands of people apply for every opening. Managers of the pension program for the USPS’s millionaire retirees have not been contributing much to the pension fund over the past 20 years, due to the horrendous fiscal condition of …

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Aug 14

U.S. Postal Service on Pace to Lose $8 Billion in 2019

The U.S. Postal Service enjoys every advantage in the marketplace. It pays no property, income, or corporate taxes. It owns and occupies some of the world’s most strategic and prestigious real estate It has an unconstitutional monopoly on first-class letter delivery. (By contrast, its package-delivery competitor FedEx pays billions annually in taxes.) (To put these …

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Jun 26

Piles of stolen mail found in deceased U.S. postal worker’s storage locker

Another U.S. Postal worker has been found to have stolen mountains of mail. The U.S. Postal Service maintains an unconstitutional monopoly over 1st class letter delivery; and the “Service” protects its monopoly with brutal tactics. The USPS enjoys every possible advantage in the market. It pays no corporate, property, or income tax. It owns some …

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