Tuesday, September 26, 2023

Leftists Hatch Illegal Plan to Gain Control of USPS, Push Mail-In Voting

The left is operating via the American Postal Workers Union...

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) As the left makes a final push to secure a perpetual election advantage under the name of “voting rights,” they have turned to the United States Postal Service, which they hope will function as a vote-by-mail machine, Restoration News reported.

The left is operating via the American Postal Workers Union, which launched a bid in May to seize control of the USPS Board of Governors and oust Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, who was appointed by former President Donald Trump.

The board consists of nine members, meaning the left would have to maneuver to secure at least six spots to gain the supermajority necessary to forcing its will. Unfortunately for the left, the law allows for no more than five members of either party to be on the board.

Thus, the left has turned to “independent” Amber McReynolds, who used to run the National Vote at Home Institute.

Further, the board has two outgoing members, one Democrat, Donald Lee Moak, and one Republican, William Zollers.

But members of the APWU have demanded that both Moak and Zollers be replaced by Democrats in order to secure justice, despite the law disallowing such a maneuver.

Board members are chosen by the U.S. Senate, which will have the power to halt the far-left takeover if its members wish. In order for Republicans to put a stop the scheme, they will need the support of either Sens. Joe Machin, D-W.Va., or Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz.

In order to fill the upcoming openings, the left reportedly has numerous candidates, each of whom supports transforming the organization into a mail-in ballot machine for churning out votes.

First, in order to combine their strategy with some political know-how, the left may turn to former Detroit Rep. Brenda Lawrence, a Democrat and former USPS worker.

Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., has also been floated as a potential replacement.

Maloney helped pass the $57 billion Postal Reform Act of 2022, which added new mail delivery services and expanded postal worker healthcare packages.

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