VOTER FRAUD: Louisville USPS Worker Threw More Than 100 Absentee Ballots into the Dumpster
The USPS discovered 112 undelivered absentee ballots in a dumpster on Thursday in Louisville, Kentucky.
The trashed ballots were part of “several classes” of undelivered mail first uncovered by a citizen, according to USPS Special Agent Scott Balfour. The ballots were returned to the USPS and subsequently delivered to the intended recipients.
The case is now heading to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for federal prosecution. It will take some time to charge and try the postal worker responsible, but the USPS has announced that they no longer employ him or her.
This is hardly the first time this has occurred this election year, and it probably won’t be the last. Big League Politics previously wrote about a postal worker dumping ballots in New Jersey, as well as voter fraud committed by three Democratic politicians. There are many other instances across the country, as a quick Twitter or conservative news outlet search will indicate.
It’s up to vigilant citizens like the one in Louisville to not allow bad-intentioned postal workers to get away with voter fraud. And it’s also up to those of us on the internet and social media to draw attention to these stories, which would remain local stories if not for our efforts.