Trump is willing to let more people die to steal an election. Will he get away with it?

Thom plus logo Last year the US Postal Service delivered over 1 billion prescriptions to Americans. It's the main way that veterans get their medications, and increasingly all across America people are getting their pharmaceuticals that way.

Donald Trump doesn't care. He doesn't care how many people die because their medications are late and they go into diabetic shock or their blood pressure explodes. He just doesn't care.

In fact, he's enthusiastic about this. He was bragging on Fox News about how he's blocking money to the Post Office so that people can't vote by mail. And now, all across America, people are reporting that their mail has already slowed down.

Congress is trying to pass legislation to help out the tens of millions of Americans who are unemployed because of this administration's incompetence in handling the Trump Virus.

Trump and Mark Meadows are openly blocking that legislation because it contains funding for the Post Office, and Trump has now explicitly threatened to veto any legislation that increases funding for the Post Office.

We've already seen Trump sabotage dozens of major federal agencies, like the EPA and the USDA, to help polluting industries and big donors.

Now he is actively sabotaging the Post Office to steal an election. And Republicans, facing electoral defeat in overwhelming numbers, apparently agree with him that this is a good idea.

The number for the congressional switchboard is 202-224-3121. Call now.

-Thom

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gcpygnvk 2 years 24 weeks ago
#1

nolvadex and clomid 100mg of clomid when is clomid prescribed

Legend 2 years 24 weeks ago
#2

The 1% live behind Secured fences. Even in South Dakota.

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rmgassen 2 years 24 weeks ago
#3

The USPS had its own internal law enforcement agency. I believe it's called the United States Postal Inspection Service. One of the many crimes they prosecute is mail tampering, which it seems to me the GOP is engaging in during this election year. Where are they and what can they do?

Legend 2 years 24 weeks ago
#4

I have said it several times. If the Russians spend so much time on this little site, imagine what they do on others.

Air is worse that I have ever seen it in the Rockies today. Most is Forest Fire Smoke. Really bad. I am sure it is affecting a lot of people.

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alis volat 2 years 24 weeks ago
#5

They are removing mailboxes in Oregon under the premise they are little used. Wouldn't it make more sense to wait till after the election? Why now?

Here's an article in Willamette Week:

U.S. Postal Service Confirms It Has Removed Mailboxes in ...

SueN's picture
SueN 2 years 24 weeks ago
#6

If they were pleading costs because they have not had help for COVID, then it would have been a lot cheaper to just block the openings.

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