Anti-Trump Judge Emmet Sullivan is furious with United States Postal Service officials who have admitted to a major error in the delivery of mail-in ballots in key states.
The postal service was supposed to sweep postal facilities for ballots on election day but failed to do so.
According to CNBC:
The Postal Service on Election Day failed to deliver a significant percentage of mail-in ballots to several states that could determine who wins the presidential contest between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden, a court filing revealed Wednesday.
The states seeing relatively poor levels of mail deliveries of ballots include Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, North Carolina and Wisconsin, all of which have yet to declare victors in their tallies for Trump and Biden.
The Postal Service later Wednesday told a federal judge that it had failed to comply with his order that Potal officials sweep mail facilities in 12 geographic areas for remaining ballots on Tuesday during the time frame set by the judge. The disclosures came in advance of hearing in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C.
Judge Emett Sullivan, at that hearing, was furious with the failure of Postal officials to inform him on Tuesday of the failure to do the sweeps as ordered, as opposed to telling him on Wedesday, long after poll locations were closed nationwide.
Many of these states remain too close to call and the Trump campaign has requested a recount in Wisconsin.