Post Office tells 46 states mail-in ballots may not arrive on time; Pelosi, Schumer fire off demand letter Post Office tells 46 states mail-in ballots may not arrive on time; Pelosi, Schumer fire off demand letter

Post Office tells 46 states mail-in ballots may not arrive on time; Pelosi, Schumer fire off demand letter

Post Office warns 46 states it can't guarantee mail-in ballots will arrive on time
The U.S. Postal Service warned election officials it may not be able to deliver mail-in ballots on time. (Pixabay)

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While Democrats rabidly push for mail-in voting despite concerns over voter fraud, the U.S. Postal Service warned election officials in 46 states that it cannot guarantee that all ballots cast by mail for the November election will arrive in time to be counted.

Among the states that received warnings were the swing states of Florida, Michigan and Pennsylvania. President Trump won all three battleground states in 2016.

Democrats accused Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, a Trump appointee, of trying to discourage mail-in voting — a process that some say is rife with potential fraud.

Yesterday, Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer sent a letter to Postmaster General DeJoy, demanding that he reverse recent changes he made that they claim are hurting mail delivery.

“We believe these changes, made during the middle of a once-in-a-century pandemic, now threaten the timely delivery of mail.

While it is true that the Postal Service has and continues to face financial challenges, enacting these policies as cost-cutting or efficiency measures as the COVID-19 public health emergency continues is counterproductive and unacceptable.”

In July, DeJoy cut overtime for postal workers due to liquidity concerns that were exacerbated by the one-size-fits-all coronavirus shutdowns that Democrats breathlessly pushed for.

David Partenheimer, a spokesman for the USPS, said the agency is doing its best to “match the workload created by the impacts of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.”

The USPS added: “The Postal Service is committed to delivering Election Mail in a timely manner.”

The Postal Service has been poorly managed and on the brink of insolvency for years — long before President Trump took office in 2017.

Nancy Pelosi warns of mail delays delivering Social Security checks. But the Obama administration ended Social Security checks by mail 10 years ago.

As usual, Democrats blame Republicans for things they did.

The Post Office is anticipating a tsunami of mail-in and absentee ballots this year as Democrats virulently push for mail-in voting.

Republicans are concerned that Democrats are trying to steal the election through voter fraud. Democrats were recently caught trying to abuse the mail-in voting process.

In 2018, a judge ruled that Brenda Snipes — then the Democrat election supervisor for Broward County, Florida — violated state and federal laws by illegally destroying ballots for a Congressional race between her ally, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and Tim Canova, an Independent.

And check out this damning video: Ballots being transported in private vehicles and transferred to rented truck on Election Night, 2018. This violates all chain-of-custody requirements for paper ballots.

“Were the ballots destroyed and replaced by a set of fake ballots?”

A woman in Minnesota who hadn’t lived in Florida for five years received an absentee ballot for the 2016 congressional race.

A Virginia man was sentenced to jail for registering dead people to vote Democrat for the 2016 presidential election.

Two weeks ago, a news station’s experiment simulating mail-voting ended in disaster when some ballots never arrived.

This week, left-wing hero Dr. Anthony Fauci (a Hillary superfan) said voting in person is safe.

Pelosi urges Congress to force understaffed USPS to handle barrage of mail-in votes

 

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Samantha Chang

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