Another whistleblower has come forward, and this time, the claim is about giving both camps different treatment regarding mail.
Speaking to Project Veritas, an investigative journalism nonprofit, the letter carrier claims a local postal supervisor in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, gave an unusual order on Nov. 9.
“We were told that the only political mail that will be delivered from now on will be, that of the winner, in this case, Joe Biden,” the anonymous whistleblower said.
The letter carrier alleged the order was to treat political mail for Biden as first class, meaning postal workers should try to redeliver it if the receiver is not at home or has moved. But Trump or Republican mail wouldn’t get the same treatment—their mail would be put in undeliverable bulk mail bins.
Undeliverable bulk business mail is essentially one step away from the garbage.
Political mail is a way for presidential candidates and their campaigns to reach out to residents.
NTD can’t independently verify the whistleblower’s account. The source claimed the supervisor is Walter Lee, who supervises Customer Services at the Elkins Park USPS office. The postal office confirmed his position, but declined to provide further information.