Louis DeJoy

Jake Johnson, staff writer
In this photo illustration, the United States Postal Service (USPS) logo is seen on a smartphone and a PC screen.
"What possible justification could there be for USPS running this kind of social-media surveillance program?"
Julia Conley, staff writer
United States Postal Service Postmaster General Louis DeJoy departs following a House Oversight and Reform Committee hearing. (Photo: Al Drago/Getty Images)
"The entire board and then Mr. DeJoy should be handed their walking papers,"...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
An activist holds a USPS envelope while protesting Donald Trump's visit on August 17, 2020 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
"Instead of holding DeJoy accountable, the USPS Board of Governors confirmed...


Added to what we didn't think we'd be doing in 2020 - arguing Nazis are bad etc - comes defending the post office, and democracy with it, from a tinpot dictator's depraved effort to sabotage the mail so people can't vote against him. His inept move has galvanized a wide swath of America, from activists to sports teams to hundreds of thousands of vets - who get jobs, meds, benefits from the mail - and devoted USPS workers, who see it as "a shot to the heart - this is what we do."