Lou DeJoy of No Man’s Desiring 8-14-20

Note that this was supposed to be published a couple days ago.

The tires were delivered successfully yesterday. The trip from San Diego to Los Angeles normally would take three days at most. The Postal Service advised that it could take an extra day.

In reality, from being scanned where it was accepted at USPS Origin Facility to when the status in the system changed to Delivered, Front Door/Porch was 14 days, 8 hours, 22 minutes.

I’m happy I’ll be able to ride bikes with my fiancee again. I’m disgusted at what’s going on with the USPS.

Yesterday and today I read about how they’re removing blue boxes from streets, taking sorting machines offline, and that they’re admittedly doing this to get in the way of the election.

All those things are new.

It’s long been clear that the beef between Trump and USPS and the former’s dedication to deprive the latter of money it needs is to cause problems with counting all votes cast during the November election. But he’s now admitted it”

“They need that money in order to make the Post Office work so it can take all of these millions and millions of ballots,” Trump said on Fox Business Thursday morning of the states that are implementing universal mail-in voting ahead of the November election. “But if they don’t get those two items, that means you can’t have universal mail-in voting, because they’re not equipped to have it.”
The Cameron Joseph (https://twitter.com/cam_joseph) and Paul Biest (https://twitter.com/pblest) article can be found here: https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/m7jkxq/trump-just-admitted-hes-sabotaging-the-usps-to-screw-up-the-election

This admission should be condemned by the entire country. This should be reason enough to fund the USPS fully. With support from everyone. So let’s support it together.

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