Nearly four months after Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez first demanded that Postmaster General Louis DeJoy turn over his daily calendar, the U.S. Postal Service on Tuesday released documents rendered almost completely useless by heavy redactions concealing who DeJoy met with as he worked to implement his destructive overhaul of mail operations.\u0022DeJoy works for the public, but you wouldn\u0026#039;t know it from his calendar. Even in the Trump era, this is an extraordinary level of obfuscation.\u0022 —Austin Evers, American OversightThe Postal Service released DeJoy\u0026#039;s calendar in response to a public records lawsuit filed in September by watchdog group American Oversight, which was not at all amused by what it finally received from the agency.\u0022Shrouding his calendar in secrecy likely violates the letter of the law, and certainly violates its spirit,\u0022 Austin Evers, executive director of American Oversight, told HuffPost. \u0022DeJoy works for the public, but you wouldn\u0026#039;t know it from his calendar. Even in the Trump era, this is an extraordinary level of obfuscation.\u0022In a series of tweets on Tuesday, American Oversight noted that the Postal Service \u0022didn\u0026#039;t specify which specific exemptions they are claiming applied to the individual redactions,\u0022 as is generally required by law.\u0022DeJoy supervised the delivery of mail-in ballots and USPS is now delivering Covid-19 vaccines,\u0022 the group noted. \u0022The public is entitled to see how he\u0026#039;s spending his time and who has been influencing his decisions, but USPS continues to obscure this information.\u0022The only details left visible after the redactions are the dates and times of DeJoy\u0026#039;s meetings between June 15—when the postmaster general formally took over the agency—and November 7 as well as a handful of words, such as \u0022meeting\u0022 and \u0022in office.\u0022In response to our #FOIA lawsuit, USPS sent us Postmaster General Louis Dejoy’s calendar—but it’s almost entirely redacted. https://t.co/mqp2cg8bUL pic.twitter.com/qKEasg1ebu— American Oversight (@weareoversight) December 16, 2020\u0022Yeaaaah that\u0026#039;s not gonna work,\u0022 Ocasio-Cortez tweeted in response to the redacted calendar. When the New York Democrat requested during an August 24 hearing that DeJoy submit his calendar to lawmakers, the postmaster general said he would need to check with counsel before doing so.In a subpoena issued in September, the House Oversight Committee demanded that the Postal Service provide DeJoy\u0026#039;s \u0022complete, unredacted calendar from June 15, 2020, to the present.\u0022Here\u0026#039;s @AOC suggesting lawmakers subpoena Postmaster General Louis DeJoy over possible conflicts of interest. A subpoena was just issued by the House Oversight Committee. pic.twitter.com/Fjf0MOHvXv— Public Citizen (@Public_Citizen) September 2, 2020DeJoy, a GOP megadonor who was appointed to lead the Postal Service in May, is one of a number of government officials who will likely remain in power long after Trump leaves office in January, given that the president does not have the authority to remove the postmaster general.As such, Democrats in Congress are facing pressure to exercise their oversight powers and pursue impeachment of DeJoy, whose brief tenure at the Postal Service has been enveloped in scandal.\u0022DeJoy is a \u0026#039;civil officer\u0026#039; and is clearly impeachable under Article 2, Section 4,\u0022\u0026nbsp;The Nation\u0026#039;s John Nichols recently argued. \u0022He stands accused of committing crimes and of lying to Congress. There is more than enough evidence that he has abused his position in order to benefit a political ally and benefactor, Donald Trump. In addition, there is daunting evidence that he has done harm to an agency that was outlined in Article 1, Section 8.\u0022With the presidential election over, the DeJoy-led USPS has wasted no time resuming work on sweeping operational changes that dramatically slowed mail delivery nationwide before they were briefly put on pause in August.\u0022Haul Louis DeJoy in front of a criminal grand jury for his postal sabotage and subversion of our elections,\u0022 Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-N.J.) demanded on Tuesday.