Nope I'm not done yet!
>e. After they complete several hundreds or thousands they have drivers travel the city dropping these completed ballots in mail/ballot boxes.
Now I really have to wonder if you are a postal worker; outside of Sunday Amazon deliveries, LLVs get filled to the fucking *brim* with mail. DPS tends to VERY thoroughly occupy the cab of those trucks, and throwing a tray of ballots among the chaos of parcels would be ludicrous unless you kept them at the bottom of the back of the truck (i.e. with the end-of-route parcels). If you integrated such things with the DPS itself this would make sense, but:>dropping these completed ballots in mail boxes
Why would a carrier do this? If it's a completed ballot, it's going to a recipient now - you expect me to believe that absolutely everyone in the country would fail to open that mail, discover a completed ballot, then also fail to report such an incident? Also, First Class mail has a tendency to Attempt to Redeliver or Forward to New Address (presorted standard just gets fucking recycled lol) - many, MANY times during the census, I'd be redelivering DPS ~that I myself~ had marked RTS or Fwd. They don't just RTS automatically - mail can be floating around for weeks, just trying to get delivered.
What's more, carriers don't exactly have a shitload of free time to just make arbitrary drop-offs, particularly not during this Covid-19 phenomenon where every dipshit is mailing triple the parcels that they were in every other year.
f. complete with Legal Postmark.
Business Reply Mail (which ballots are in) don't get postmarked. The "No Postage Necessary" IS the postmark.
So from where does this pasta originate?