It’s been an odd year for a lot of things, delivery companies included. UPS and Fedex have needed to utilize moving rental trucks to keep up with demand. It seems USPS has had to do the same thing. It gets weird when packages are just dumped in random places. This doesn’t help the suspicion around the election. Mail fraud involving ballots is a real possibility.
The USPS needs to be squeaky clean
Mail was caught on video being dumped at a Glendale, CA spa and in an alley about a half mile away. A Budget box truck backed into the parking lot of the 7Q salon. Several bags were thrown out.
Lilia Serobian is the co-owner of the salon. He took a cellphone video. “It was completely unusual. If they’re taking for their personal use, basically, why’d they have to drop off all the unopened packages somewhere.”
USPS is under Federal Law
You wonder what’s going on when you see something like this. “Of course it’s suspicious,” Serobian said. “You start thinking, ‘OK, something is going on,’ because no one has access to all those boxes and packages.”
USPS is undergoing changes
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy spoke with the Senate Homeland Security Committee. DeJoy said, “There have been no changes made with election mail.” He said all ballots would be treated as first class and expedited. There was a question as to what’s going to happen with the sorting machines. They might not be replaced.
Democrats are already ganging up on DeJoy. Over a half dozen Democrat Attorneys General have filed a lawsuit against DeJoy and the postal service over changes that could potentially delay ballot servicing. This is the second lawsuit, Another one had been filed by 13 attorneys general over postal operational changes.
USPS may not be removing the mail sorting machines. Previously they were going to be moved to focus on election mail but that might not have been the best decision.