Time and time again, we’ve been warning people about mail-in ballots. The evidence just keeps stacking up against the Democrats each time voting fraud makes the news. This time was in New Jersey where a United States Postal Service letter carrier allegedly tossed more than 1,800 pieces of mail into dumpsters, including 99 election ballots.
Nicholas Beauchene, 26, was arrested for dumping 1,875 pieces of mail into dumpsters in North Arlington and West Orange. He was the only mail carrier assigned to deliver to the addresses on the delivery dates.
Mail charge delay is punishable by a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a $250,000 fine. Mail charge obstruction is punishable by a maximum penalty of six months in prison and a $5,000 fine. Beauchene was charged with one count of delay, secretion, or detention of mail and one count of obstruction of mail. He is due to appear in federal court.
The recovered mail included 627 pieces of first-class, 873 pieces of standard class, two pieces of certified mail, 99 general election ballots, and 276 campaign flyers. The campaign flyers were from candidates for the West Orange Council and for the school board.
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The mail was recovered on October 2nd and October 5th and placed back into the mail stream for delivery to its intended recipients in Orange and West Orange. These suburban townships are located in Essex County, New Jersey, a county that voted overwhelmingly for the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton, back in 2016. Clinton received 240,837 votes, while Trump received just 63,176 votes. It does not show on Beauchene’s Facebook page whether or not he had any overwhelming support for one political candidate, but by looking at voter stats, it’s a radical left county.
This is just another incident to add to the books. There’s already been chaos in New York City where as many as 140,000 residents were mailed the wrong ballot. Then, there’s the investigations in Virginia where six USPS collection boxes were broken into in multiple counties, leaving officials wondering if mail-in ballots could have been stolen.
We’ve been warning people for months now about the fraudulent activity surrounding mail-in ballots, but hey, they never learn. Such a pity.