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 take over distribution and delivery of vote ballots.

Observers say the 2020 election is the most fraudulent and corrupt in American history.

Some states apparently mailed ballots to almost every name available on any government list.

Thousands of voters received two or even three ballots, without information regarding what to do.

A California man named Jeffrey De Ponte said he received two ballots with his name, but different versions. “One had my middle name and no space in my last name. And then one had no middle name with a space in my last name.” De Ponte said each ballot had a different barcode.

Untold thousands more received numerous ballots at their homes under other peoples’ names. Anyone could fill such ballots out and mail them in without much fear of penalty.

And in at least two “battleground states,” Michigan and Pennsylvania, whistleblowers inside the US Postal Service have said their bosses told them to BACKDATE ballots received after election day and forward them to election offices. See here.