Enemies of democracy will find no sanctuary:
Protesters gathered for about two hours Sunday along the streets below Louis DeJoy's gated property, which overlooks the Greensboro Country Club golf course. They chanted and held signs that read: “Sabotage of the USPS is un-American” and “Save USPS," among other messages, news outlets said.
DeJoy, a Republican fundraiser and major political donor named to lead the Postal Service in May, has sparked a nationwide outcry over postal delays and cutbacks just as millions of Americans prepare to vote by mail to avoid polling places during the coronavirus pandemic.
Methinks Aldona's next dinner party might be a tad uncomfortable. It's fine to punish the peasantry, but don't bring them into the neighborhood. The same thing happened on a larger scale at his DC residence:
The protest gathered at Kalorama Park in Adams Morgan on the corner of Kalorama Road and 19th Street before 9am Saturday before walking to his home where they stayed to demonstrate.
According to WUSA9, some protesters were seen stuffing fake absentee ballots into the Postmaster General's apartment lobby door.
'DeJoy has fired or reassigned much of the existing USPS leadership and ordered the removal of mail sorting machines that are fundamental to the functioning of the postal service. Meanwhile, mail delivery is slowing down under other decisions made by DeJoy, such as eliminating overtime for postal workers,' the group said in a statement.
DeJoy has denied all the allegations that he is acting to aid Trump by slowing down the postal service. 'Despite any assertions to the contrary, we are not slowing down Election Mail or any other mail,' he said last week.
Tell that to Congress, pal. They're waiting.