In the past, sending things through the U.S. Postal Service was seen as safe. This government organization has been distributing mail-in votes for elections for many years.
Additionally, requests for passports and other extremely private transactions like new credit card applications and bank statements are transported through the USPS.
Therefore, any news of corruption in the organization responsible for the supply of such products is quite unsettling.
Allowing more mail-in ballots to be used in the run-up to the 2020 elections seemed like a good idea to some because the nation was paralyzed by a pandemic, but now that concept has been called into doubt by allegations of ballot fraud.
Since 2020, inquiries have been made into the US Postal Service, its personnel, procedures, and the potential for corruption.
As an illustration, it may be recalled that the Gateway Pundit and 100 Percent Fed Up, with the assistance of the Mc4EI investigation team, recently revealed a startling finding inside a drop box for absentee ballots at the Liberty Temple satellite voting location in Detroit.
A man wearing street clothes exits the front passenger seat of a postal worker’s truck and stuffs a stack of ballots into the absentee ballot drop box in Detroit, according to a video that was made public by Gateway Pundit.
The same man can be seen getting out of the USPS vehicle and depositing an even bigger stack of votes into the drop box slot in another video shot on the same day. You can see in this video that he is holding his cell phone in his left hand to capture the drop.
A US Postal Service employee is observed traveling four times to the Liberty Center satellite voting location in Detroit on October 29. The final journey was performed in a personal car. The number on the front of the US Post Office vehicle is the same, despite the fact that the personnel doing the deliveries are different!
The DOJ reported in July 2022 that an arrest had been made as a consequence of a case in Boston. James Rankins, 26, of Brockton, was charged with three counts of wire fraud as well as one count of stealing government funds. Rankins had most recently served as a Sales and Service Distribution Associate for the USPS since 2016. Rankins may produce postal money orders in this capacity, including replacement money orders. Rankins is accused of issuing over $96,000 in replacement money orders to another person even though the original money orders were correct and hadn’t been misplaced or stolen, causing the USPS to suffer losses equal to that amount.
He also received unemployment benefits from the USPS, another government organization, while working for the Massachusetts Division of Unemployment Assistance. The case is still open.
More postal workers have been arrested, it has been confirmed.
Several USPS employees were detained in connection with an identity theft operation that cost $1.3 million, according to a news release from the Department of Justice (DOJ) on Thursday.
According to the DOJ, those charged include Jonathan Persaud, Fabiola Mompoint, Rashaan Richards, Devon Richards, Conrad Heron, Louis Jeune Verly, Kareem Shepherd, and Rashaan Richards. These people also use several nicknames.
Three of the four individuals that were detained were US postal workers. The other defendants are still at large.
They were detained for “theft and unauthorized use of credit cards to defraud several national financial institutions, credit card companies, and major retailers, resulting in more than $1.3 million in intended losses as well as the theft of hundreds of identities,” according to the arrest warrant.
“As alleged, the defendants conspired to steal credit cards from the mail; use those stolen credit cards at a variety of stores, including high-end retailers; and sell some of the merchandise purchased with the stolen cards on the website LuxurySnob.com (“LuxurySnob”), according to the news release.
“U.S. Attorney Damian Williams said: “As alleged, the defendants engaged in a years-long scheme to manipulate credit card companies and major retailers across New York and New Jersey by stealing credit cards and using those cards to purchase, and subsequently sell, luxury goods. The defendants took advantage of the public trust we place in U.S. Postal Service employees for their own financial gain.”
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
“Thanks to the diligence of the USPIS, the NYPD, and USPS-OIG, the defendants will now be held accountable for their brazen criminal conduct.”
Of the nine defendants in the arrests, three are postal employees. CONTINUE READING…