I was angered when I read about the Senate hearing with Postmaster General DeJoy. When the subject of mail delays came up, the article says the “Republicans dismissed the worries as unfounded and part of a Democratic ‘conspiracy’ against Trump.”
I can testify that this is not unfounded or a conspiracy theory. Last week, I received a payment in the mail from one of my business customers in Leesburg, Virginia. It took 12 days from the postmark date for the letter to reach me.
According to U.S. Postal Service tracking information, a priority mail package sent to me last week from Allentown, Pennsylvania, sat in the Allentown post office for six days “received and awaiting acceptance.”
I find it hard to believe these delays are just coincidences. The Republican senators need to stop looking under rugs for conspiracy and “Deep State” propaganda and face the facts. These problems are real.