Judge: Postmaster Must Answer For Delay In Ballot Sweep

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A U.S. judge on Wednesday said Postmaster General Louis DeJoy must answer questions about why the U.S. Postal Service failed to complete a court-ordered sweep for undelivered ballots in about a dozen states before a Tuesday afternoon deadline.

U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan said at a hearing Wednesday that DeJoy “is either going to have to be deposed or appear before me and testify under oath about why some measures were not taken.”

The Postal Service, or USPS, disclosed on Wednesday it had completed the sweeps late on Tuesday and turned up just 13 ballots in Pennsylvania.

Sullivan had ordered the sweeps in response to lawsuits by groups including Vote Forward, the NAACP, and Latino community advocates.

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  1. Really near how the Democrats complain that allegedly Trump wants the courts to decide the election instead of the people, while at the same time they sick the courts to hassle the administration over 13 whole votes and a few minutes of time. I have to wonder if this is a Democrat strategy to distract from their vote rigging.


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