As if it wasn’t bad enough that the Democrats have weaponized the DOJ and Big Tech against conservatives in America, it turns out USPS is another tool which leftists are using to go on the offensive against Republicans.
New Documents have revealed that the USPS, subsidized in part by the very tax-dollars conservatives are paying, has engaged in a massive spying campaign on gun rights advocates and freedom loving Americans in general.
The spying came mostly through a program called the USPS Internet Covert Operations Program (ICOP) which monitored pro-2A social media accounts.
There’s also a broader question of how exactly USPS knows who to surveil, suggesting they could actually be using your mail to determine if you are, as the Biden administration says, a “domestic terror threat.”
In addition to gun activists, the ICOP system was also deployed to keep an eye on anti-Biden protesters and pro-Trump supporters.
When asked about the blatantly political spy program which USPS has unleashed on the American people, the organization defended it – claiming its their duty to “protect” Postal Service employees, infrastructure and customers, as if that’s what the program is actually being used for.
This logic allows the USPS and other arms of the government to spy on American citizens whenever and wherever they want for whatever reason, and it seems they have no intention of stopping even after having been caught.
To learn more about how and why the USPS might be spying on YOU, watch the video here.
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I thought it was a Federal crime to mess/open mail that doesn’t belong to you but it looks like our own USPS is seemingly doing just that!!! The public has been crying for privatization of the USPS for a long time but I guess when you keep getting bailed out by the Government you don’t want to pull away from the “TIT”
It is very easy for the USPS to Identify Sender of mail (return address in upper left) and Now to match that to the Addressee name & address. As you must know, at their various Routing Centers, they have been scanning (reading) the Addressee information, to then mechanically route that letter to the proper “bag” for movement to the next delivery (Post Office) facility in their system. Well now they have updated the scanning system to actually take an Photo of the envelope as the addressee data is “read” for sorting. This photo includes the Entire front side of the envelope. Everything. You can easily see who sent it and where it is going. In fact USPS is so proud of this system; that now, anyone can sign up to use this “service”. It is called: USPS Informed Delivery. Go to the USPS website and search for that name. You can then enroll. Then daily they will send you an email where you can view most if not all envelopes they scanned with your address. Crazy. What are the rules for securing this information? How long do they keep copies of these scanned mailing? Where are those kept? Who has access to these files? Why? What are taxpayer rights?
Some History RE: U.S. Post Office & the United States Postal Service.
When the government agency “U.S. Post Office” was “Privatized” in 1971, the government “Executive Branch Agency” ceased to exist, and the duties and obligations thereof were taken over by the “U.S. Postal Service, Inc.” a private corporation. When the private corporation took-over the previous “government agency,” it inherited the “assets” and “liabilities” of the former “U.S. Post Office.”
One of the “Liabilities” that it inherited, – is the obligation to continue to deliver “Non- Domestic” mail at the “Drop Letter” rate of 2 cents per 1?2 ounce, or 4 cents per ounce “non-domestic rate” established by “Law”. (Not the present “Code” or “DOMESTIC MAIL Regulations”).
They are “making money” fooling or tricking sovereigns into “thinking” that
ALL mail is “DOMESTIC” Mail. Mail matter sent between, among, to or from any “government Agency or Wholly-owned government Corporation,” – is “within” the corporate government, and is “DOMESTIC U.S. MAIL.” Domestic means within THEIR fictional territory.
Mail matter sent between, and among, to and from “private” (real live) “people” (whose names are spelled using “Lower-Case Letters”) is “Post Drop Letters” and NOT U.S. corporate (government) mail and is “Non-Domestic.”
Every state law must conform in the first place to the Constitution of the United States, and then to the subordinate constitution of the particular state; and if it infringes upon the provisions of either, it is so far void.” – Houston v. Moore, 18 U.S. 1; 5 L.Ed. 19
In addition, The Supreme Court has warned,
“Because of what appear to be Lawful commands on the surface, many citizens, because of their respect for what appears to be law, are cunningly coerced into waiving their rights, due to ignorance.” (U.S. v. Minker, 350 U.S. 179, 187),
“The rights of the individuals are restricted only to the extent that they have been voluntarily surrendered by the citizenship to the agencies of government. “City of Dallas v Mitchell, 245 S.W. 944
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS- EXCERCISE THEM.