On Wednesday, I spent several hours in the morning wading through a blizzard of new reports of voter fraud before heading to the grocery store, where I was gobsmacked to see The New York Times’ headline, in all caps: “ELECTION OFFICIALS NATIONWIDE FIND NO FRAUD”.

It was such a jarring moment, because even though I’ve seen the Grey Lady propagate a lot of Fake News over the past several years, I’d never seen them do this in the face of SO MUCH evidence! Their all-caps headline looked more like the declaration of World War III – and maybe, that’s what it was.

What’s even worse, is that The Washington Post is doing the same thing to Richard Hopkins, a Marine combat veteran of multiple tours in Iraq and Afghanistan and a mail carrier in Erie, Pennsylvania who blew the whistle on what he believed was the illegal backdating of ballots, ordered by his superiors.

The Washington Post has been propagating the claim that Hopkins recanted these allegations. What WaPo didn’t count on was that when the USPS Office of the Inspector General sent their agent, Russell Strasser to subject Hopkins to psychological torture techniques, he was wearing a wire!

Hopefully, WaPo will have another 9-figure defamation lawsuit in their immediate future.


Russell Strasser: This storm is getting crazy, right? And it’s out of a lot of people’s control. And so, the reason they called me in is to try to harness that storm, try to reel it back in, before it gets really crazy, because we have senators involved, we have the Department of Justice involved, we have –

Richard Hopkins: Trump’s lawyers team’s gotten a hold of me.

Russell Strasser: I’m not – well, I am, actually – I am trying to twist you a little bit, because in that, believe it or not, your mind will kick in.

Um, we like to control our mind and when we do that, we can convince ourselves of a memory but when you’re under a little bit of stress, which is what I’m doing to you, more purposely, um your mind can be a little bit clearer. And we’re going to do a different exercise, too to make your mind a little bit clearer, okay? So, but this is all on purpose.

Richard Hopkins: Roger.

Russell Strasser: I’m not scaring you but I am scaring you.


About that experience, Hopkins told James O’Keefe, “I’ll tell y’all, I’d rather be out back in Afghanistan getting shot at by Afghans, honest to God, than you know, having to be in this kind of position.

I was in Afghanistan and Iraq. Two tours…I was in the Marines…for five years and after I got out of the Marines, I missed the uniform, so I went back into the Army Guard…I’d rather be serving my country and doing something that I feel like is historical but, at the same time, it’s not my name that’s going to be there…

I’m just doing my duty. I honestly made an oath when I joined the Marine Corps from the get-go and as most military guys say, ‘It’s a blank check.’ We never give up that check. We’re going to protect our country and our Constitution till the day we die. That’s the point where that check is cashed-in. And I have given that check to this country.

James O’Keefe: You were brave enough to go on the record – and what happened today, with the letter?

Richard Hopkins: Well, yesterday, after the whole thing, the interrogation I went through with the Postal Inspectors, right after that, I went out and delivered my mail, like I was told to and as soon as I got back to the office and clocked-out, I was informed by Stephanie and I wasn’t allowed to – basically, I wasn’t coming to work until the investigation was completed and they can make a decision what to do with me. And I got a letter just now, basically stating the same thing…

James O’Keefe: So, you still stand by what you signed here in this affidavit, that Postmaster Rob Weisenbach directed your co-workers to pick up ballots and in fact, you heard Weisenbach tell a supervisor they were back-dating the ballots to make it appear they’ve been collected on November 3rd. You still stand by that?

Richard Hopkins: Yes.

James O’Keefe: And you don’t have a copy of what these agents made you sign?

Richard Hopkins: No. No, it seems like they were trying to make me distrust y’all…but at the same time, I was like, ‘No, these guys have had my back since the get-go.’ So, that’s why I continued.

James O’Keefe: Do you think these federal agents have your back at this point?

Richard Hopkins: No.

James O’Keefe: Do you think these federal agents are really interested in investigating fraud?

Richard Hopkins: I honestly I don’t think they are.

James O’Keefe: We have we have another post office worker in Caraopolis, Pennsylvania and other Post Offices that overheard similar things. What do you think about that? What is your message to them?

Richard Hopkins: Man, I know it’s it’s rough to come out on this and if you feel like, at any given point, that they’ve got you, that they’re trying to pinpoint you and they’ve got a good eye on you, Veritas has got your back. I will give you guys that. You guys got been helpful in this whole entire thing.

And if there’s anybody – anybody – out there that had seen something or feel like there was something ganky going on with this election, to include Postal Workers that were picking up ballots and giving them to supervisors, you should come out, because I don’t care who wins this election, I really don’t. I’m gonna laugh if we ended up electing Biden. I’m gonna laugh if we elect Trump. But the end goal is that it’s a fair and correctly-done election and that’s all I care about.


A Postal Service whistleblower got interrogated more intensely than Hunter Biden. If you’re not outraged you’re not paying attention.