Now the Federal Govt Does Not Want to Fund the USPS Due to Potential Voter Fraud Regarding Mail in Votes

All I can say is SMH! Is there any logical and honest reason that supports this idea?

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Jun 11, 2021 - 1:10pm

I think it's a function of 2 things.

1. The federal government keeps defunding it

2. The unions make it pretty much impossible to fire underperforming employees

Part of the problem is apparently their finance group sucks, because they're so cheap that even UPS and Fedex are using them for last-mile transport. So they're getting too many packages, but not the revenue required in order to pay drivers to actually deliver those packages

Jun 11, 2021 - 4:14pm

I honestly think it's too cheap too. Think about all the spam mail that goes through the post office. Even dying retailers can afford to mail out millions of catalogs that immediately go into the trash. I think it's time that corporate mail were charged significantly more through the post office. Probably <1% of consumers want to receive any sort of advertising mailers from credit card companies, retailers, etc, and if the prices go up incrementally then either the post office makes more money or these senders stop destroying trees in order to send crap none of us want to look at.

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Jun 8, 2021 - 2:32pm

Is there a source you can share?

found this Washington Post article which is saying the postmaster is a Trump supporter who is being looked into for political contributions in a past job, and democrats have accused him of intentionally undermined the post system in order to rig the election for Trump, but doesn't 1:1 align with title

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