Project Veritas released an interview this week with a U.S. Postal Service worker who came forward as a whistleblower to allege vote-by-mail fraud in Michigan.
The postal worker, who wished to remain unidentified in the interview, said Michigan postal offices undertook a “shady” postmark scheme to hand stamp “Nov. 3” on ballots that were post-marked late.
Under Michigan law, ballots that are post-marked late are ineligible.
“We were issued a directive this morning to collect any ballots we find in mailboxes, collection boxes, just outgoing mail in general, separate them at the end of the day so that they could hand stamp them with the previous day’s date,” the whistleblower said. “Today is November 4 for clarification.”
James O’Keefe, the founder of Project Veritas, then calls the employee’s supervisor, Johnathan Clark, who immediately hung up on O’Keefe.
Although Twitter and Facebook are attempting to suppress O’Keefe’s interview with the whistleblower, O’Keefe announced that he had been contacted by a Special Agent within the Office of Inspector General for the USPS and that an investigation would soon be underway.
UPDATE: @Project_Veritas has been contacted by a Special Agent within the Office of Inspector General for the @USPS who is aware of our video, believes the allegations of wrongdoing fall under their jurisdiction, and they are assessing whether an investigation is appropriate. https://t.co/REMXiAjmoe
— James O’Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) November 5, 2020