Postmaster General calls Democrat conspiracy theories “inaccurate and more misinformation for the American public”

Louis DeJoy to Rep. Stephen Lynch (D-MA): “Every accusation you made…is inaccurate and more misinformation for the American public.”

Monday, the Democrats continued their crazy theory that President Donald Trump is using the USPS to rig the November election.

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy once again reiterated that changes to the USPS were not meant to rig or interfere with the November election.

DeJoy had no problem telling the Democrats he could see right through them and call out their lies.

He also reminded Congress that problems have plagued the USPS for a long time.

From Fox News:

“First, I did not direct the removal of blue collection boxes or the removal of mail processing equipment,” DeJoy said in his opening statement. “Second, I did not direct a cutback on hours at any of our post offices. And finally, I did not direct the elimination or any cutback in overtime.”

“I did, however, suspend these practices to remove any misperceptions about our commitment to delivering this nation’s election mail,” he continued. “Any further assertions by the media or electing officials is furthering a false narrative to the American people.”

Responding to questions from Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Ariz., DeJoy assured the committee that the USPS will be able to handle November’s mail-in ballots.

“We will be able to handle all election mail for the 2020 election,” DeJoy said.

“Unfortunately,” he said in his written statement, “some have sought to argue that these long-needed reforms are intended to disrupt the ability of voters to use the mail for voting.”

“Nothing could be farther from the truth,” Duncan asserted. He also wrote that the USPS “will be prepared to safely, efficiently and securely help Americans participate in the democratic process, as we have done in the past.”

DeJoy’s response to Tennessee Democrat Jim Cooper:

“Previous postmasters general have been punished for much smaller conflicts of interest than yours,” Cooper said, noting DeJoy is a prominent donor to the GOP. “Are your mail delays implicit campaign contributions? Is your backup plan to be pardoned like Roger Stone?”

DeJoy responded: “Pitiful. Not worth a comment.”

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Author: Mary Chastain