Insane radical Democrat congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz showed up unannounced and upexpected to two postal facilities in Florida wanting to inspect them. First off, what experience does she have that even gives her that ability to know what she’s looking for? None, that’ what folks.
The following is from The Sun-Sentinel.
Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz wanted to look into mail-delivery problems but was turned away from inspecting two South Florida post office sorting facilities before daybreak Friday.
Her visits came as the national debate has grown louder over whether the postal service can handle the expected onslaught of mail-in ballot voting for the upcoming presidential election. U.S. Rep. Wasserman Schultz, a Democrat, serves on the House Committee on Oversight and Reform, which oversees the post office. She decided to visit the sites because of the mounting complaints about problems with the mail system, in addition to other failures under Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, according to her office.
She showed up at the sites in Opa-locka and Miami to watch a typical morning shift, but was denied access, told that she would have to follow standard visitation protocols. That differs from earlier this year, when she made a similar inspection of one of the sites without delays or being told of advance notification requirements. “Without access to these public facilities, the public is blindfolded to the problems or fixes taking place there,” Wasserman Schultz said in a statement.
Voter turnout in the presidential election in November will be massively higher than for last month’s primaries and nonpartisan elections, and that means many more mail-in ballots. People are moving toward voting by mail to avoid in-person voting during the coronavirus pandemic.
It’s great that she’s not allowed to bully our government officials as she pushes for a ridiculous political agenda. She shouldn’t be allowed to show up unannounced, the mail is slow enough as is 🙂
You can read more of this idiocy from our friends at the Sun-Sentinel.