Can a U.S. Billionaire step up and pay for Post Office Salaries and Machines?

Inspector General Louis DeJoy a rethuglican bootlicker cut overtime for hundreds of thousands of workers, making sure to rig the election with massive delays in deliveries.

Vets don’t get their medicine, You don’t get your medicine, or your checks.

DeJoy and his wife, Aldona Wos, the ambassador-nominee to Canada, have between $30.1 million and $75.3 million in assets in USPS competitors or contractor.

No, the Postal Service isn’t losing a fortune on Amazon


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The Post Office Is Deactivating Mail Sorting Machines Ahead of the Election

Trump opposes postal money that would help vote-by-mail

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) stated that if the Trump administration’s representatives in negotiations with Congress over the next round of coronavirus relief say that $25 billion in Postal Service funding is something that the president will never sign.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer wrote in a letter to Inspector General Louis DeJoy that the changes he has imposed, including cuts to overtime, new mail sorting and delivery policies, and restricting extra mail trips, are undermining the U.S. Postal Service.

post-office slowdown

Jul 29, 2020, U.S. Postal Service Gets $10 Billion Coronavirus-Relief Loan

One thought on “Can a U.S. Billionaire step up and pay for Post Office Salaries and Machines?”

  1. It’s a service. It doesn’t lose money. It costs money.
    No one says the military loses $750b a year.

    IDIOT KNOW NOTHING Economist @TheEconomist Aug 8
    The USPS is viewed favourably by 91% of Americans despite billions in losses annually

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