Cancel Louis DeJoy Like a Common Stamp, Please

Prepare yourselves for a shock, Gentle Readers: it seems DeJoy might be a crook! Several Scissorheads have tipped us that Postmaster General Louis DeJoy is under investigation for campaign donations that might be illegal.

Washington (CNN)The Justice Department is investigating campaign contributions made by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s private sector employees, his spokesman confirmed Thursday.

Mark Corallo, DeJoy’s spokesman, denied any wrongdoing by DeJoy.

DeJoy was a bundler of contributions to Hair Füror’s campaign and was rewarded with an appointment to be the USPS Postmaster General. Now, we don’t know that DeJoy was coercing his employees to contribute, but everyone in corporate America knows what the boss wants and frankly it is never that hard to figure it out.  What might be interesting to learn is if DeJoy pulled a D’Vorce D’Spousa and paid them back, which is patently illegal.

Only speculating, of course. It would be irresponsible not to.

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8 Responses to Cancel Louis DeJoy Like a Common Stamp, Please

  1. MDavis says:

    I thought the campaign contribution irregularities were already in the news prior to November last year, but the investigation of those allegations is a nice touch.

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  2. roket says:

    I think it’s a GD shame that republicans have to be vetted through the Justice System at taxpayers’ expense.

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  3. In another article, I found it encouraging that his lawyer said something to the effect of ” … he didn’t do anythong KNOWINGLY wrong” … which of course seems to admit that something was indeed done illegally.
    I hope that whatever it is, that it’s a doozy.

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  4. Ten Bears says:

    Which one is he, FedEx or UPS? I don’t care, it’s a good thing I don’t carry IEDs around with me cuz I’m sick and double-damned tired of the assholes parking in the middle of the street. If you can’t write ’em a ticket blow ’em up.

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  5. robginchicago says:

    For chrissakes, he’s on video testifying under oath before Congress (after first proclaiming faux indignation about the question being asked) that he did not do what his former employees and HR Managers said he routinely did, in fact, do, and also stating that he knows full well what is legal and illegal when it comes to the issue of campaign contributions. While many of his alleged past violations were committed several years ago and can no longer be prosecuted (statute of limitations), DeJoy’s alleged lying to Congress occurred just last year, and people who lie under oath to Congress can be criminally prosecuted and go to jail.

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    • MDavis says:

      So he claimed he knows the law, his employees, including HR, have said (if not testified under oath) that he violated that law, and he testified under oath that he didn’t do that thing…
      If they call in Starr, would he make it stick? You just know he could if he wanted to.

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