Michigan Postal Officers Told by Supervisors to Backdate Late Main-In Ballots to Nov. 3 So They Would Be Counted

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A postal officer whistleblower in Michigan has come forward to allege he was told by supervisors to collect late mail-in ballots so that they could be backdated to November 3, Election Day.

Backdating the ballots would allow otherwise ineligible ballots to be accepted and counted.

The whistleblower, whose name and position were withheld, says he was told to on Wednesday Nov. 4, to “separate [late ballots] from standard letter mail so they can hand stamp them with YESTERDAY’S DATE & put them through.”

The whistleblower made the claim to Project Veritas’ James O’Keefe.

Officials in Michigan have refused to explain tens of thousands of mail-in ballots that heavily favored Democrat Joe Biden that were added to the vote tallies in the early morning hours on Wednesday that swung the vote lead in that state to Biden.

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