0-for-3


The WaPo tells us more good news about the USPS:

Third U.S. judge bars Postal Service delivery cuts before November presidential election

“A third federal judge on Sunday ordered the U.S. Postal Service to halt changes that have delayed mail delivery nationwide, handing the latest judicial rebuke to unilateral service cuts that critics allege would suppress mail-in voting in November’s elections.

“U.S. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan of Washington, D.C., sided with the states of New York, Hawaii and New Jersey and the cities of New York and San Francisco. They alleged that Postmaster General Louis DeJoy disrupted operations without first submitting changes to the Postal Regulatory Commission, and told Congress he had no intention of returning removed collection boxes or high-speed sorting equipment.

“The opinion was the latest by a court to conclude that Postal Service changes were likely to risk the timely delivery of election mail and hinder state responses to the novel coronavirus pandemic.”

OK, so yet another case resolved what was obvious to all, DeJoy is a crook who was setting out to throw an election. When’s the criminal prosecution start for election tampering? How is it that he is not being removed from his post and locked-up?

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6 Responses to 0-for-3

  1. Dennis Cole says:

    TG – think of it like this: it’s a blend of Shakespearean tragedy, Kabuki, and Interpretive Danse Macabre.
    There is more going on behind the scenes than the audience is aware of, which is as it should be. The costumes and the sets don’t change themselves, you know.

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  2. How is it that he is not being removed from his post and locked-up?

    Because the mob is running to DOJ?

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