Protesters March On Postmaster General’s Home

From the NY Post: Protesters gathered at the home of Postmaster General Louis DeJoy on Saturday August 15 to demand his resignation — a significant escalation of public pressure amid a pitched battle over mail-in ballots for the 2020 presidential election.

About 100 demonstrators gathered outside DeJoy’s home in the wealthy Washington D.C. enclave of Kalorama. The crowd banged drums and shook noisemakers, while holding signs reading “Save democracy, stop sabotaging the USPS” … (click to read more)

From The Sun: The protests came after former President Barack Obama accused President Trump of “kneecapping USPS” to suppress voters through withholding funds. “What we’ve never seen before is a President say, ‘I’m going to try to actively kneecap the postal service to encourage voting and I will be explicit about the reason I’m doing it’,” Obama said … (click to read more)

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