Trump Sabotages USPS, Proving That Widespread Mail-In Voting Fraud is Possible


President Trump has finally proven that mail-in voting is prone to meddling by standing against desperately-needed funding for the struggling United States Postal Service that would allow the US to run an efficient election. Notably, Trump’s actions come just in time to meet a deadline set by a federal judge for the Trump campaign to provide proof that mail-in voting fraud takes place.

“I was right folks! I was right,” Trump grinned. “They said ‘it’s never been done before; widespread mail-in voter fraud can’t be done!’ But now millions of Americans may be deprived of the right to vote and it wasn’t even that hard for me to do.”

In addition to Trump leaving the USPS high and dry, authorities appointed by the president are seeing to the removal of many blue USPS mailboxes in states across the country.

Despite all of this, Trump, his family members, and many on his staff all say that they will be voting by mail – just like they have been for years.

“We like our mailboxes in Palm Beach,” trump winked. “So we’ll be keeping them up and running over here.”

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