A United States postal worker was charged with delay or destruction of mail after Customs and Border Protection intercepted him on the Canadian border on Election Day with a trunk full of absentee ballots.
The charge for Brandon Wilson, 27, of Buffalo, New York, carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a $250,000 fine.
“This Office is committed not only to ensuring the integrity of the mails but also of individuals’ rights to vote in a free and fair election,” stated U.S. Attorney James Kennedy. “The criminal conduct with which this defendant is alleged to have engaged, undermined both of those interests.”
From Breaking 911:
According to the complaint, on November 3, 2020, at approximately 7:34 p.m., Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Officers encountered Wilson, an employee of the United States Postal Service (USPS), at the Peace Bridge Port of Entry.
As part of a standard CBP vehicle sweep, Wilson opened the trunk of his vehicle for CBP Officers. A USPS mail bin containing numerous mail pieces was observed by a CBP officer inside the trunk. CBP officers also observed multiple USPS uniform items bearing the USPS logo along with a USPS identification badge with Wilson’s name.
Wilson stated the mail belonged to him and his mother. However, Wilson could not account for additional names printed on the mail pieces. Wilson further stated that he had intended to deliver the mail and had forgotten to return the mail pieces to the post office.
This comes as numerous USPS whistleblowers have come forward to Project Veritas to reveal that they have been back-dating mail-in ballots after Election Day.
A registered Democrat has just exposed election fraud in Philadelphia.