Man Claims To Be Postal Worker Who Rips Up Trump Ballots

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A man known as “Raandy” on Twitter claims he is a postal worker in Columbus, Ohio who rips up absentee ballots that vote for Donald Trump.

He posted the claim on Sunday afternoon.  Other Twitter followers immediate started warning him that is a federal crime, which hasn’t fazed his arrogant claim one bit.

“I love working at the post office in Columbus, Ohio and ripping up absentee ballots that vote for trump,” “Raandy” tweeted.

It is unknown whether the man has actually done such a thing, or if one person commenting is correct who suspects he is “just a fraud trying to get attention.”

 

 

A Fred Piccolo, Jr. reported the claim to the U.S. Post Office, who responded Monday afternoon with the following message:

“The Postal Service has completed an initial investigation of the mentioned tweets and does not believe these tweets were made by a postal employee. However, the Postal Service will continue to monitor this situation and if it is determined that the individual making the tweets is a postal employee and there is substantiated evidence of mail being tampered with or destroyed, then the Postal Service will take appropriate corrective action to address the situation.”

Conservative actor Scott Baio jumped in, tweeting, “I hope you get fired! Cheating is the only way she’ll win.”

“Raandy” seems quite proud of all the attention he’s getting, bragging that the Drudge report and other media have picked up on his story.

Several people are questioning whether he even works at the post office at all.

 

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