The USPS has been under fire for its role in the 2020 election that has been filled with voter fraud and ballot problems.
USPS Under Fire
The United States Postal Service has now been blamed for delaying or losing ballots. 2,000 ballots were recently found being rushed through to election offices in the battleground states of Pennsylvania and North Carolina.
The USPS was supposed to get all ballots delivered to the proper place by the November 6th deadline. “Supposed to” are the keywords here.
Yeah… now they’re rushing…
— tommy boy (@TomCroteau1966) November 6, 2020
Under orders from U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan, the Postal Service needed to report the results of twice-daily sweeps for election mail.
Voter Fraud Galore
Massive voter fraud has attempted to name Biden president-elect but President Trump and many top conservatives are fighting back in order to hopefully see justice.
Though North Carolina has long allowed for late-arriving ballots to be counted, as long as they’re postmarked by Election Day, Pennsylvania’s are still a source of dispute. The state Supreme Court ruled that Pennsylvania can accept ballots through Friday afternoon — a three-day grace period — but conservative justices on the U.S. Supreme Court have indicated they may wish to overturn that decision since it wasn’t sanctioned by Pennsylvania’s legislature. North Carolina has long allowed an extra three days to receive postmarked ballots but extended the deadline this year to Nov. 12.
Though the high court deadlocked on whether to do that before the election, permitting Pennsylvania’s ruling to stand, they indicated that the matter could be revisited afterward, this time with a strengthened hand thanks to Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s ascension to the court.
Still, the arrival of more than 2,000 ballots in closely fought states is likely to benefit Biden’s campaign, which has handily won mail-in and absentee ballots across the country. Voters have overwhelmingly cast ballots this way as states have loosened restrictions on them amid the coronavirus pandemic. But Trump has assailed mail-in votes as illegitimate for months and may have discouraged many of his supporters from choosing the option.
Report: USPS Rushing to Deliver 2,000 Ballots in PA and NC https://t.co/4Yg4Gv57Ml
— Patricia Dickson (@Patrici15767099) November 6, 2020
Will it be Too Late
Republicans have been saying for many months, that Democrats’ plans of using country-wide mail-in ballots would leave the door open to an unfair election.