Washington Post Lies About Postal Worker Recanting Claims of Election Fraud


A Pennsylvania USPS worker, whose claim of election fraud made him a hero among Trump supporters, has rebuked a Washington Post story, which said he had backtracked on his allegations when interviewed by investigators.

Postal worker Richard Hopkins claims he overheard his boss Erie Postmaster Robert Weisenbach Jr. speaking to another employee about backdating ballots that arrived after November 3.

A Washington Post report on Tuesday said that when Hopkins spoke to investigators from the USPS Inspector General’s office, he had recanted his story in a sworn affidavit and admitted to having made it up. The outlet cited “officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity.”


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