VOTER FRAUD: U.S. Postal Worker Charged with Illegally Dumping Absentee Ballots in Kentucky

A U.S. Postal Service worker has been accused of mail tampering after allegedly being caught on video disposing of over 100 absentee ballots in a dumpster.

30-year-old DeShawn Bojgere of Louisville, Ky. has been charged with delay or destruction of mail, according to a press release from U.S. Attorney Russell Coleman’s office. Bojgere is accused of disposing of roughly 111 general election absentee ballots, 69 mixed class mail pieces, 320 second-class pieces of mail, and two campaign fliers for national elections from a Florida political party.

Prosecutors claim that Bojgere has confessed to discarding the mail. He will be incarcerated for up to five years in prison and face a $250,000 fine if he is convicted of the charges.

Big League Politics reported last week when the ballots were discovered but the alleged culprit had not yet been revealed to the public:

The USPS discovered 112 undelivered absentee ballots in a dumpster on Thursday in Louisville, Kentucky.

It should come as no surprise that the U.S. Postal Service endorsed Democrat contender Joe Biden for president earlier this year, as Big League Politics noted:

As election season is in full swing, many conservatives are rightfully concerned about election integrity.

These frequent occurrences are showing that voter fraud is a major concern, as Democrats wage war against democracy in their attempted color revolution coup against President Trump.