Typically, I receive my products in the mail within 5 business days. My order was shipped out [via mail] from the United States four weeks ago and it still hasn’t arrived. I can’t sell what I don’t have. And I am growing impatient.
I can’t help but consider if there may be some truth behind the new U.S. Postmaster collaborating with Trump to stall the mail. Slow it down so mail-in ballots will get lost in the mail. And, if the mail is too slow, people will eventually turn to other forms of delivery. And, coincidentally, this new Postmaster happens to own [or is connected to] more than one delivery service that could replace the US postal service. How convenient.
More vetting is necessary to assure there aren’t personal goals behind a businessman’s interest in the Postmaster position. Common sense causes me to consider this simple thought; if a businessman, who is invested in multiple businesses that involves delivery services, makes a trade deal – oops – I mean, donates excessive money to a campaign no doubt in the hopes of one day receiving a favour, such as, the position of Postmaster – wouldn’t it be to his benefit to slow down the mail delivery.
This slower than snail mail is affecting businesses who are already facing difficulties. Bills are not being delivered. Prescription medication is not being delivered. Products are not being delivered. Birthday cards, personal letters, legal documents, everyone is waiting for mail. Who is going to step in to assure the U.S. Postal Service hasn’t been secretly hi-jacked by a businessman whose own personal business competes with the Post Office?