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A Pennsylvania postal worker has recanted claims that supervisors attempted to backdate ballots mailed after the election, according to congressional aides. The false allegations were cited by the Trump campaign and top Republicans as examples of voter fraud impacting the results of the presidential election.
Richard Hopkins, a Postal Service worker from Erie, Pennsylvania, alleged that he overheard supervisors discussing a plan to backdate mail-in ballots for Election Day. His claims were first shared by Project Veritas, a conservative organization that tries to set up sting operations on a variety of groups in attempts to expose perceived bias -- and which has drawn fire for at times its false claims and selective and misleading video editing. The group on Monday said it would offer $25,000 for claims of voter fraud across the country.
Lol when the FBI got him under oath, he admitted he was lying. He had a go fund me that raised $135,000 for him, probably by trumpeters. Hahaha wonder if they got a refund?
I have to say yall got a good little support group going. Huddle together so yall can keep warm...trackdriver
I can't fix stupid, but I can muffle it with duct tape.
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