The head of the Iowa Postal Workers Union Tuesday that mail sorting machines are “being removed” from Post Offices in her state. Due to imposed by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, whose operational changes have resulted in across the nation.
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy is may be a billionaire, but he is in the process of openly committing the crime of tampering with mail delivery after assuring Congress he isn’t. His actions amount to a criminal ‘conspiracy’ that’s so blatant that it's being documented in postal worker reports. Workers have witnessed the removal of sorting machines, and intentionally engineered mail slowdowns across the country, even after an extra $10 billion in monies was provided in the Cares Act, three months ago.
The interference with the mail underway at the direction Postmaster General Louis DeJoy is not only a federal crime but a state crime in most of our country’s 50 states, District of Columbia and territories. A federal pardon by Trump won’t stop his prosecution if he is indicted. DeJoy could very well wind up in New York State prison along with President Trump and many of his sycophants.
Asked by ‘s Noel King, the head of the Iowa Postal Workers Union Kimberly Karol, whether she has felt the impact of DeJoy’s changes, the 30-year Postal Service veteran answered in the affirmative, saying…
“Mail is beginning to pile up in our offices, and we’re seeing equipment being removed.”
“I don’t see this as cost-saving measures. I see this as a way to undermine public confidence in the mail service.”
Kimberly Karol went on to say that “equipment that we use to process mail for delivery,” including sorting machines being removed from Postal Service facilities in Iowa. DeJoy is rushing ahead with policies that, , are sabotaging the Postal Service’s day-to-day operations less than 90 days before an election that could hinge on mail-in ballots. Karol said …
“In Iowa, we are losing machines. And they already in Waterloo were losing one of those machines. So that also hinders our ability to process mail in the way that we had in the past,” added Karol, who said she is “not a fan” of the postmaster general. Washington state election officials about the removal of mail sorting machines.”
“I grew up in a culture of service, where every piece was to be delivered every day. And his policies, although they’ve only been in place for a few weeks, are now affecting the way that we do business and not allowing us to deliver every piece every day, as we’ve done in the past.”
“I don’t see this as cost-saving measures. I see this as a way to undermine public confidence in the mail service. It’s not saving costs. We’re spending more time trying to implement these policy changes. And it’s, in our offices, costing more over time.”