After an all-out assault on the United States Postal Service, having hundreds of mail-sorting machines and mailboxes removed with the intent to make mail-in-voting more difficult in the middle of a global pandemic, Trump decided to tweet something completely opposite of his intentions.
The USPS has warned 46 states and Washington, D.C. that it may not be able to deliver all mail-in ballots on time to be counted for the 2020 general election, including the presidential election and the Senate/House elections.
Users weren't readily fooled by Trump's tweet.
Most hypocritical of all, perhaps, is the fact that Trump himself votes by mail. The USPS may not even be able to correctly handle his vote.
Trump balked at the idea of additional funds for the USPS. Post Master General Louis DeJoy, a major Trump donor, has now been subpoenaed by Congress to answer for the actions he ordered under Trump's direction.
He is due to testify next week.
For the next 90 days, collection box removal has been suspended.
But this is not before disturbing photos of piles of collection boxes being locked and piled up on trucks to be removed circled the internet.
The Postmaster General has since come out to say, according to The Hill:
"To avoid even the appearance of any impact on election mail, I am suspending these initiatives until after the election is concluded."
However, damage has already been done.
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