Feds Intimidate US Postal Worker

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According to a video from Project Veritas, a United States Postal Service worker and whistleblower was intimidated by the feds. The whistleblower is a former Marine named Richard Hopkins who served in Afghanistan.

Hopkins testified that he overheard his supervisor discussing backdating mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania. Democrats then said he recanted his claim, but Hopkins denies it. Instead, Hopkins insists he was the target of intimidation.

According to James O’Keefe of Project Veritas “the recordings are explosive evidence of retaliation, scaring him,” O’Keefe tweeted. “Whistleblower has received a letter putting him on suspension without pay.”

Hopkins describes the ordeal as more difficult then what he endured in Afghanistan. In addition, he had never wished to go public with his identity. According to O’Keefe, his GoFundMe page has been taken down.


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Seth Segal
Seth Ian is a writer for NRN, conservative populist writer and supporter of President Trump. He is a proud Religious Jew and a graduate student at Yeshiva University.