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Kentucky postal worker who dumped 100+ absentee ballots fired

Kentucky postal worker who dumped 100+ absentee ballots fired

The United States Postal Service fired a Kentucky postal worker who allegedly threw out more than 100 absentee ballots in a dumpster. The postal worker might also face federal charges for his alleged deeds. The Postal Service Office of Inspector General had found 112 discarded absentee ballots which were intended for voters in ZIP code 40299, located in the Louisville metro area.

Sandra
Sandra
porcus
porcus 0 months

Gee, it is like all the claims that mail-in ballots are safe and secure were total lies... who would have thought that Democrats and the Left would lie about it??

Cory
Cory 0 months

From the playbook. Get a sympathetic USPS employee in a heavily Republican area to throw out ballots. Likely disenfranchising a majority of Republican votes in the process. And for those who will say that the fact he was caught proves that the system is secure, be honest with yourself if you think he's the only one and everyone doing this kind of thing is being caught.

Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra 0 months

Would you mail a $100 bill? Then why would you mail in your vote?

Max Bants
Max Bants 0 months

If your ancestors can fight and die FOR your vote, you can fight to vote in person.

ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 0 months

The running tally now of legally defrauded or destroyed ballots is over 504,000.

bob
bob 0 months

Vote IN-PERSON!

David
David 0 months

I still haven't received my mail-in ballot I applied for weeks ago. Maybe this is the reason why. I don't really want to go in-person and cast a provisional ballot.

Paul N
Paul N 0 months

Again ? Almost boring now.

sean
sean 0 months

Leave it to a red state lol. Never had this problem in Washington and we only do mail in ballots.

Janice
Janice 0 months

I wonder why. It's not difficult to drop it where it belongs. He needs a different job.

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