Federal Judge Orders U.S.P.S. Sweep of Postal Centers to Find More Ballots in Battleground States

Empty envelopes of opened vote-by-mail ballots for the presidential primary are stacked on a table at King County Elections in Renton, Washington on March 10, 2020. (Photo by Jason Redmond / AFP) (Photo by JASON REDMOND/AFP via Getty Images)

A federal judge has issued an order for the U.S. Postal Service (U.S.P.S.) to sweep postal facilities in battleground states to find more ballots.

Judge Emmet Sullivan of the US District Court for the District of Columbia ordered these sweeps on Tuesday “to ensure that no ballots have been held up and that any identified ballots are immediately sent out for delivery.” This order will affect many battleground states.

The U.S.P.S. employees, who have already been caught destroying ballots and tampering with the vote across the country, will be tasked with finding ballots in Philadelphia, Central Pennsylvania, Atlanta, Houston, Detroit, Northern New England, Greater South Carolina, Arizona, Alabama, Colorado/Wyoming, Florida, and Lakeland. The potentiality for fraud emanating from this order is obviously massive.

Judge Sullivan has been busy working on behalf of Democrats in recent weeks. He is the judge who is overseeing the continued railroading of General Michael Flynn, lobbying to keep his case active despite a Justice Department dismissal over the many improprieties committed by the FBI while conducting the investigation.

Big League Politics has reported on Judge Sullivan making a mockery of the rule of law to help his Democrat Party masters:

The judge prolonging Michael Flynn’s court case after the Department of Justice announced its intentions to drop the process crime charges against the retired Army general has hired a high-powered D.C. lawyer to defend himself against the scrutiny of the appeals court system.

Judge Emmet Sullivan hired former Brett Kavanaugh attorney Beth Wilkinson on Saturday. Some legal scholars are questioning the need for a federal judge to hire a lawyer to navigate the federal judiciary, especially for a court case in which the Justice Department has already dropped its initiative to prosecute Flynn for lying to the FBI. The case against Flynn fell apart when misconduct on the part of the FBI agents investigating him was exposed, revealing that the agency was seeking to set him up from the beginning.

Yet Sullivan refused to end the court proceedings involving Flynn after prosecutors withdrew their case. The Democrat-aligned federal judge has weighed holding Flynn in contempt of court for changing his initial guilty plea, and now is taking the unprecedented step of essentially assuming the role of the prosecution. Sullivan has appointed a third-party lawyer to make arguments against the federal government’s decision to drop charges.

Flynn lawyer Sidney Powell has filed a writ of mandamus to stop Sullivan’s prolonged, extrajudicial prosecution of the former White House National Security Advisor. A federal appeals court demanded that Sullivan answer for his extremely unusual and arguably unprecedented judicial actions, which essentially serve as usurping the role of prosecution for the judge himself.

The Democrats have worked for years to put liberal activists on the bench. Their efforts are now paying off with Judge Sullivan’s work to undermine electoral integrity as part of the color revolution coup against President Trump.