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USPS Worker Arrested At The Canadian Border With Undelivered US Ballots


The saga of fraudulent activity with mail-in ballots continues.

A Buffalo, New York USPS employee was recently arrested in Canada,

The USPS worker car was then searched by the Customs and Borders officers and they discovered a bin full of undelivered mail.

In the bin of undelivered mail were several U.S. mail-in ballots.

This is just another example of why mail-in ballots have absolutely stained our election process.

The New York Post covered the USPS worker’s arrest and had this to share:

An upstate USPS employee was arrested Tuesday while crossing the US-Canada border with hundreds of envelopes and other undelivered mail — including several absentee ballots.

The Buffalo mailman, who was caught with over 800 pieces of mail inside his trunk that he had failed to deliver, said he had ended up on a bridge between the US and its neighbor to the north by accident, the Buffalo News reported.

Customs and Border Protection found a huge bin of mail spanning several zip codes in the vehicle. Among them were three absentee ballots from the Erie County Board of Elections, authorities told the newspaper.

Brandon Wilson, 27, told CBP agents he was in the wrong lane while traveling on Interstate 190 and accidentally wound up on the bridge. When pressed, Willson claimed that the mail was for his mother, though he was unable to explain why the names on the packages did not match.

Fox News didn’t stay silent and chipped in with these details:

An US Postal Service worker was arrested in New York at the Canadian border allegedly with undelivered mail in his trunk, including three absentee ballots mailed by the Erie County Board of Elections, according to a report.

On Tuesday night, Border agents allegedly found 800 pieces of undelivered mail, including 106 political mailings, 220 first-class mailings and 484 standard mailings, in the trunk of Brandon Wilson’s car.

Wilson, 27, who has been employed by the postal service since 2019, was charged with delaying or destroying mail.


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