Wisconsin USPS Subcontractor Alleges Backdating of Tens of Thousands of Mail-In Ballots

A Madi­son, Wis­con­sin, man who said he worked as a postal sub­con­trac­tor in the run up to Elec­tion Day, alleged on Tues­day that he was told by USPS employ­ees that his post office planned to back­date tens of thou­sands of mail-in ballots.

Ethan Pease one was one of three indi­vid­u­als who tes­ti­fied in a news con­fer­ence host­ed by Thomas More Society’s Amis­tad Project in Arling­ton, Vir­ginia, that they wit­nessed appar­ent vot­ing malfea­sance dur­ing the 2020 election.

Pease, who said he began work­ing for Unit­ed Mail­ing Ser­vices (UMS) on Aug. 26, alleged that he was told by two postal work­ers on two sep­a­rate occa­sions that the USPS in Wis­con­sin was gath­er­ing over 100,000 bal­lots on the morn­ing of Nov. 4 to be back­dat­ed so that they would be count­ed even if they arrived after the statu­to­ry deadline.

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