(JustPatriots.com)- Reports suggest that large piles of mail were dumped and abandoned in two locations in Glendale, California recently, sparking yet more fears over the Democrat push to implement universal mail-in voting.
KTLA-5 reported last week how the American Postal Workers Union claims no responsibility for the incident, but that nonetheless, it resulted in huge quantities of mail being abandoned instead of delivered to their intended destinations.
Last Thursday, two piles of mail were found in separate locations in the morning. One incident involved a rented truck which was seen on CCTV dumping bags of unopened packages and letters in a parking lot.
The first incident occurred at 7:30 a.m on the 100 block of Allen Avenue, Glendale Police Department’s Sgt. Christian Hauptmann told the local media outlet. Then, around two hours later, police received another call of mail being dumped in the street, this time behind a business on Glenoaks Boulevard.
It was the second incident that was caught on tape, and the van quickly sped off after dumping the mail. Even more unopened mail was discovered n a nearby alley, too.
Weirdly, the truck was not from the United States Postal Service but was a private rental, leading police and postal officials to wonder how they got hold of the mail in the first place, as well as why it was dumped.
CNN reported that the people involved were in fact contractors working with the United States Postal Service, rather than direct employees. The Western Regional Coordinator for the American Postal Workers Union told the press that the bags being dumped looked like bulk shipment mail.
Do incidents like this not prove to the Democrats that pushing for universal mail-in voting could lead to a huge number of ballots being lost in the mail? Whether it’s through incidents like this, through mismanagement and incompetence, or through out-right fraud, mail-in voting will make the November presidential election even more controversial than it already is.
Doesn’t it make sense to make sure the integrity of such a hotly fought election is intact?