A U.S. postal worker has been charged with delaying or destroying mail after customs and border protection intercepted him at the Canadian border on polling day with a trunk full of postal ballots.
The charge against Brandon Wilson, 27, of Buffalo, New York, carries a maximum sentence of five years in prison and a fine of $ 250,000.
“This office is committed not only to guaranteeing the integrity of mail, but also the right of individuals to vote in free and fair elections,” said US Attorney James Kennedy. “The criminal conduct in which this accused is said to have been involved has undermined both of these interests.”
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According to the complaint, on November 3, 2020, at approximately 7:34 p.m., Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers met with Wilson, an employee of the United States Postal Service (USPS), at the port of entry of Peace Bridge.
As part of a standard CBP vehicle scan, Wilson opened the trunk of his vehicle for CBP officers. A USPS mail basket containing numerous mail items was observed by a CBP officer inside the safe. CBP officers also observed several items of USPS uniforms bearing the USPS logo as well as a USPS ID badge bearing Wilson’s name.
Wilson said the mail belonged to him and his mother. However, Wilson could not explain the additional names printed on the mail pieces. Wilson added that he intended to deliver the mail and forgot to return the mail items to the post office.
It comes as many USPS whistleblowers have turned up to Project Veritas to reveal that they retrospectively had the mail-in ballots after Election Day.
A registered Democrat has just denounced electoral fraud in Philadelphia.
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