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Mail carrier charged with attempted election fraud for allegedly altering mail-in ballots

Mail carrier charged with attempted election fraud for allegedly altering mail-in ballots

A West Virginia mail carrier has been charged with attempted election fraud, after allegedly altering several mail-in ballots on his contracted route.

The same day the Department of Justice announced the accusations of alleged tampering, President Donald Trump was censored by Twitter after warning that mail-in ballots are "substantially fraudulent."

The DOJ said in a press release that mail carrier Thomas Cooper was charged with attempt to defraud the residents of West Virginia of a fair election after an investigation found that the 47-year-old allegedly made changes to a number of mail-in ballots sent to individuals on his contracted route with the United States Postal Service.

The Daily Wire pointed out that "the news comes as Twitter started attaching warning labels to President Donald Trump's tweets on Tuesday that led to a series of articles from left-wing media organizations that claimed that Trump's warnings about fraud coming from mail-in voting were 'unsubstantiated.'"

Earlier in the day, President Trump tweeted, "There is NO WAY (ZERO!)

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