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Mooney: Dems overreacted to proposed postal changes

August 21st, 2020 by WCBC Radio

West Virginia Congressman Alex Mooney said this week that Democrats overreacted to proposed changes with the U.S. Postal Service. Embattled Postmaster General Louis Dejoy reversed course Tuesday, saying that all changes being made to the Postal Service would be suspended until after the November 3 election, just as 20 Democratic states announced plans to file federal lawsuits. At least 20 Democratic attorneys general across the country are launching a multi-pronged legal effort to push back on the recent changes that disrupted mail delivery across the country and triggered accusations that Trump and his appointees are trying to undermine mail-in voting. Mooney, a Republican who represents Hampshire County, said this was nothing more than a case of Democrats playing politics in an attempt to undermine the President Trump…

3 Responses to “Mooney: Dems overreacted to proposed postal changes”

  1. August 21, 2020 at 7:43 am, Jay said:

    Who in the world would want to undermine a President who makes statements like this:

    President Donald Trump on Thursday blamed California for its raging wildfires and threatened to withhold federal money, reprising his attacks from previous rounds of catastrophic blazes.

    “I see again the forest fires are starting,” he said at a rally in swing-state Pennsylvania. “They’re starting again in California. I said, you gotta clean your floors, you gotta clean your forests — there are many, many years of leaves and broken trees and they’re like, like, so flammable, you touch them and it goes up.”

    “Maybe we’re just going to have to make them pay for it because they don’t listen to us,” he added.

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  2. August 21, 2020 at 9:20 am, DAVE said:

    If they can do something to prevent forest fires shouldn’t they?

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    • August 22, 2020 at 3:46 am, DPM said:

      > We take that statement as the joke it is.

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