New USPS Motto

I want that to be true, but I have my doubts:

USPS says Pennsylvania mail ballots may not be delivered on time, and state warns of ‘overwhelming’ risk to voters

“The U.S. Postal Service has warned Pennsylvania that some mail ballots might not be delivered on time because the state’s deadlines are too tight for its ‘delivery standards,’ prompting election officials to ask the state Supreme Court to extend the deadlines to avoid disenfranchising voters.

“The warning came in a July 29 letter from Thomas J. Marshall, general counsel and executive vice president of the Postal Service, to Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar, whose department oversees elections. That letter was made public late Thursday in a filing her Department of State submitted to the Supreme Court, asking it to order that mail ballots be counted as long as they are received up to three days after the Nov. 3 election date.”

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3 Responses to New USPS Motto

  1. donnah says:

    I just read a tweet from mail carriers in Montana that trucks are out removing mailboxes in Bose, Missoula and other cities. This appears to be a fairly blatant attempt to slow down/eliminate adequate pickup of all mail, but especially mailed ballots. alarms should be going off like mad right now.

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  2. If LDN thinks that he’s seen demonstrations so far, if he ratfucks the Elections, we might as well change the national anthem to:

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  3. YellowDog says:

    Removing sorting machines and mailboxes and denying funding, all while saying the USPS is incapable of handling the volume that mail ballots would create–this is stealing the election in plain sight. But that is how Trump operates. Claim the subcontractors did shoddy work, deny payment, then force them into court and/or settle for pennies on the dollar.

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