A number of DeJoy’s GOP beneficiaries are facing tight races this year. None have spoken publicly on his recent acts.
The nation is grappling with how to save both the post office and the election from deliberate sabotage.
One state’s AG asserted Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s changes at USPS were a direct “assault on democracy.”
Tens of millions of Americans could be effectively disenfranchised in the November election due to Trump.
Trump has pushed mail-in voting in “swing states” that may help him win reelection but called it “corrupt” elsewhere.
Trump has reportedly used lawyers in the past to threaten his alma mater against releasing his own college records.
Postal workers have warned that without emergency funding, the agency could struggle to deliver mail-in ballots on time.
Sen. Bernie Sanders called out Louis DeJoy’s actions as an attempt to “suppress the vote and undermine democracy.”
This is no time for letting one’s guard down, beguiled by hopes that the elections may occur as planned, warns Chomsky.