Why Has the US Election Process Been Ceded to the USPS Despite It Being Unionized and 92% of Its Donations Going to Democrats?

Why Has the US Election Process Been Ceded to the USPS Despite It Being Unionized and 92% of Its Donations Going to Democrats?

US politicians cede the entire election distribution process to the United States Postal Service (USPS) despite the entity being unionized and 92% of its donations going to Democrats.

The early stages of the “Ballot Supply Chain” for mail-in voting require the list of valid voters, ballot printing, and blank ballot distribution. USPS is the sole distributor for every blank ballot in America. However, almost every public disclosure by USPS is about ballot collection. They deploy “extraordinary measures” like Priority Express Mail services, but only to collect ballots, not to deliver them. They hold RSVP hand-off events for the public, like the one in Maricopa County, to promote ballot transfer to election officials. But they have few measures in place to ensure only one blank ballot goes to one legitimate voter.

Every mail ballot is distributed to voters through one of the 308 USPS Processing & Distribution Centers (P&DC) in America. The completed ballots collected by USPS are returned to these same P&DC locations. To reduce costs, USPS has been consolidating the P&DC centers since 2011, eliminating 179 of the original 487. These centers are critical to elections and have hundreds of designated employees called Political and Election Mail Coordinators. Each USPS report, including the 2020 Post Election Analysis, is a marketing piece to make Americans “feel good” that ballots are returned swiftly to election officials. They say little about securing delivery of blank ballots to voters. If not for Senator Ron Johnson, USPS would have never disclosed 3 tubs of undelivered ballots were found inside the Milwaukee P&DC.

Almost every one of the 644,000 USPS employees across the country are union members of either the APWU, NALC, NPMHU, or RLCA (Rural Carriers). They are all affiliates of the AFL-CIO. These postal unions have over 5,700 members just in Maricopa County. The APWU donates 92% to Democrats. NALC is the most powerful postal union with $353 million in assets and represent USPS letter carriers who work in cities. They spend millions in lobbying with 84% of donations going to Democrat PAC’s and liberal candidates. All these unions exclusively endorse Democrats for President. The union that delivers mail to rural Americans (RLCA) donates the highest to Republicans at roughly 30%, and rose to 43% during Trumps term.

In the early days after the 2020 Election, the actions of the USPS were brought into question.

WATCH LIVE… USPS WHISTLEBLOWERS COME FORWARD: Driver Delivered Hundreds of Thousands of Completed Ballots Across Three State Lines

One driver in question was questioned by the FBI after he shared the USPS actions with ballots coming out of New York.  The FBI wasn’t interested in the information the driver had regarding the questionable distribution of ballots, they instead questioned him and asked who was paying him to make the claims.

USPS Contract Driver and Whistleblower Jesse Morgan Interrogated by FBI – Instead of Investigating Information they Started Harassing his Family (VIDEO)

Will the USPS be allowed to run the election process for the United States and if so why?

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