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USPS workers in Kentucky sabotage elections and throw absentee ballots in trash cans

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Federal agents are investigating another incident with 112 found absentee ballots in Louisville trash can. Residents of Jeffersontown, Hopewell and Seatonville were reported to be recipients.

U.S. Postal Service Office of the Inspector General special agents who responded to the incident also found two political flyers, Newsweek reports.

The postal employee was reportedly fired. Local and federal authorities are now preparing to file criminal charges.

"When the investigation is concluded, the case will be presented for federal prosecution to the U.S. Attorney's Office," Special Agent Scott Balfour said.

 

“FACT: Voting by mail will never be as secure as casting your vote in person,” tweeted Republican U.S. Representative Thomas Massie.

 

Over the past months, hundreds of ballot fraud cases have been identified. More than half of the cases involved USPS employees.

Author: Usa Really