BREAKING: New USPS whistleblower claims he was told to discard pro-Trump and Republican mail

BREAKING: New USPS whistleblower claims he was told to discard pro-Trump and Republican mail

Project Veritas released a new video on Thursday showcasing another USPS whistleblower who alleges a USPS supervisor ordered that pro-Trump and pro-Republican email be ordered to be discarded while pro-Biden mail is “to be treated as first-class.”

Speaking on record to James O’Keefe’s investigative operation, an Elkins Park, PA-based mail worker stated on video that “The only political mail that will be delivered from now on will be that of the ‘winner,’ in this case, Joe Biden. Other political mail from other sources and senders would be put into the undeliverable bulk business mail bin.”

The new revelations come following allegations made by a previous whistleblower, Richard Hopkins, who said that he was instructed by the Erie, PA postmaster to collect late ballots with the apparent intent of backdating and certifying them for tabulation. Hopkins was allegedly “coerced” by a federal agent to recant his claim.

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania court ruled in favor of the Trump campaign on Thursday that the state may not count ballots where voters needed to provide proof of identification and failed to do so by November 9.

“All political mail for Biden was to be continued to be treated as first-class and delivered the day it was received,” said the whistleblower. “I think that we're a delivery service and that [playing politics] is not really our place.”

“The only thing that's going to prevent a fraudulent election is people having the courage to come forward. I wouldn't want to say that I had the opportunity to do that and didn't do it,” he continued.

"What happens to the undeliverable bulk business mail?"

"I believe it goes back to the plant, but you'd be... undeliverable bulk business mail is... it's essentially a step away from garbage.”

The insider told Project Veritas that the USPS Supervisor of Customer Services Walter Lee allegedly gave the order to 30 postal workers.