USPIS: Internet Covert Operations Program (iCOP)

Interesting that it started after the DEMS retook the house in 2018. If there were any investigative journalists left someone would determine whether or not this was part of project fortification.

I distinctly remember some Hollywood crazies tweeting about mail trucks being stolen just before the 2020 election and just like Biden telegraphed (a) US troops in Ukraine, (b) regime change in Russia, and (c) retaliatory strikes against Russia with chemical weapons, the left always telegraphs and projects their intentions (it’s what crazy does).

(1) US Postal Service accused by Inspector General of taking it’s ‘covert’ internet spy operation too far (BPR)

Beginning in 2018, the United States Postal Inspection Service (USPIS), which constitutes the law enforcement wing of the USPS, instituted what can only be characterized as a sweeping surveillance program targeting American citizens.

(2) Postal Inspectors Have Been Illegally Spying on Americans (Reason)

“Postal agents, the IG reports, ‘stored sensitive information on their work computers and did not document how they used the information to respond to requests for assistance or develop reports. This information frequently contained significant amounts of PII [personal identifiable information] obtained from public sources, such as social media, and from contracted investigative tools that provide detailed background information such as addresses, birthdates, and social security numbers.'”

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