The statement came amid growing alarm over the postmaster general’s recent policy changes resulting in mail backlogs.
Little to none of the $10 billion already apportioned to help bail out the USPS has been utilized.
Recent cost-cutting measures also threaten to disrupt upcoming elections as record numbers turn to vote-by-mail.
The USPS serves and employs more people than most government agencies, and it desperately needs COVID relief to survive.
The U.S. Postal Service is facing insolvency due to crisis-related drops in mail revenue and increased costs.
The postmaster general, a top Trump donor, warned employees that the agency needed to make “difficult” decisions.
The agency faces a financial crisis manufactured by lawmakers and exacerbated by COVID-19.
The postal service is essential in securing fair U.S. elections.
Trump’s calls for violence against protesters reflect the anti-Black economic policies he has pursued since 2016.
Postal workers should be alarmed at Louis DeJoy’s 35 years’ experience in “labor analytics.”