USPS Conspiracy theory.
Over the past few weeks, a conspiracy theory has grasped hold of the imagination of many a statist throughout the country. Apparently, the United States Post Office (USPS) is in league with the President Trump re-election campaign, to somehow, someway, meddle with the upcoming election on November 3, 2020.
Accusations of a mail slowdown - The Post Office’s Great Mail Slowdown Is Hurting Small Businesses
The decommissioning, of mail sorting machines - Decommissioned Mail-Sorting Machines in Swing States Could Define the Election
Removal of Mailboxes - Postal Service defends removing mailboxes after stack of discards goes viral
All these fanciful conspiracy theories were addressed recently by U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy.
The removal of mailboxes by obscure persons unknown has also been shown to be false.
As I've written previously, "We all have our own horror stories of less than stellar mail delivery. It's about fixing a broken part of the federal government, and not to simply continue to throw money at a broken and failed system."
The USPS as it is today is a failed and broken system. The USPS of the past is not going to carry us on into the future and needs modernization to become competitive and responsive to the ever-changing markets.