Justice is served!
Federal officials have just charged DeShawn Bojgere of Louisville, Kentucky for discarding a large amount of mail.
It wasn’t just any mail he was throwing away, it was absentee ballots!
Bojgere threw the absentee ballots in a construction dumpster but investigators soon found out quickly and put it to an end.
— The Hill (@thehill) October 27, 2020
A former U.S. postal worker faces up to five years in prison after being charged when absentee ballots and other mail was found in a Dumpster in Louisville, Kentucky, according a release from the U.S. attorney’s office. https://t.co/mnrOS8jhgT
— The Center Square (@thecentersquare) October 27, 2020
Former U.S. Postal Service worker charged with tossing dozens of absentee ballots and other mail that was found in a dumpster in Kentucky, the U.S. attorney’s office says. https://t.co/yNVj1SEgFr
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) October 27, 2020
MSNBC released these details on the story:
A former U.S. Postal Service worker was charged with tossing dozens of absentee ballots and other mail that was found in a dumpster in Kentucky, the U.S. attorney’s office said.
DeShawn Bojgere, 30, of Louisville, was charged with delay or destruction of mail, a news release from U.S. Attorney Russell Coleman’s office said in a news release Monday.
Bojgere told Postal Service special agents that he was responsible for discarding the mail, prosecutors said. He faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine if convicted.
Postal Worker Charged After Dumping Over 100 Absentee Ballots In Louisville Construction Site Dumpster https://t.co/lLJcvpdoeD
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) October 27, 2020
CBS News chipped in too:
A United States Postal Service employee has been charged for destroying mail, including absentee ballots, which he allegedly threw in a dumpster, U.S. Attorney Russell Coleman announced on Monday. The 30-year-old man, identified as DeShawn Bojgere of Louisville, Kentucky, has been charged with the delay or destruction of mail, which is a federal crime.
Sometime between October 5 and October 15, Bojgere allegedly threw a “large quantity” of mail in a construction dumpster, including about 111 general election absentee ballots from the Jefferson County Clerk’s Office that were being mailed for voters to fill out, according to the press release.
There were also about 69 mixed class pieces of flat rate mail, 320 second class pieces of mail, and two national election campaign flyers from a political party in Florida. The mail in the dumpster was from a single route for one scheduled delivery day.
How could this happen?
Democrats were touting that mail-in voting is practically flawless.
Once again the Democrats are silent when it comes to voter fraud because it’s an advantage they need in order to win.