Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Biden must commit on Louis DeJoy and send him on his way

 

Donald Trump left the USPS in a completely anemic state with his Postmaster General Louis DeJoy employing a wrecking ball to destroy mail service in the U.S. DeJoy's major move was dismantling sorting machines in postal centers throughout the country, the very thing that speeds up the delivery of mail.

Newly elected president Joe Biden has had over thirty days to commit to the issue but so far has not made it clear where he stands on DeJoy. He is, however, working on filling postal board positions, which is the entity that could fire DeJoy. Reuters reports...

"The White House said on Tuesday it is a priority to appoint members to the U.S. Postal Service board of governors but that it has no timeline."
White House press secretary Jen Psaki commented...
“It is a priority for the President...to announce the appointment or I should say the additional members of the board of governors to determine future leadership of the postal service and we certainly recognize that filling those vacancies is an important step in that process.”

As fragile as the U.S. Postal Service is, its future leadership should be determined now! Read more...





 

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