The USPS Is Being Undermind. We Need To Vote Trump Out!

With The 2020 Elections Getting Closer By The Day, Trump's Cronies Are Pulling Out All The Stops To Keep Him In Office.

The United States Postal Service is in trouble. Heck, it’s been in trouble for a while now. But now it’s in real trouble and so is our democracy.

GOP-mega-donor Louis DeJoy is the appointed head of the USPS and has just made changes to procedures in the organization that many feel will undermine the elections in November.

There is a good write up in Vanity Fair, as well as other publications, of what’s going on.

With the Covid-19 pandemic raging, more people are going to be voting by mail in the November elections. Those ballots will be transported by the USPS. If the USPS is hindered, votes won’t be counted and Donald Trump might very well be President for another four years. We can’t let this happen.

I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again, Trump isn’t draining the swamp, he IS the swamp. He is bringing down our democracy every day he’s in office.

His approval numbers are going through the floor and he knows it. Trump will do anything possible to stay in office. He has even hinted at delaying the election, citing the pandemic. He has no authority to do this by the way. But to do you think he knows this or cares?

We are in a crucial time here. We need to stand up and be counted. We need to vote.

Former-Vice President Joe Biden isn’t the ideal candidate by any stretch of the imagination, but he’s better than the alternative… four more years of Trump.

Get out and vote. Suck up your pride and vote for Biden. Biden will install good people to surround him and his administration. He will get the country back on track.

I wasn’t intending on having this email be a pitch for Biden, but seeing the antics that Trump is doing, I see the writing on the wall. A vote for Trump or any other presidential candidate this year will be disastrous.

The future of the country is in our hands. It’s up to us to do something about it.

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