Sen. Brown calls for resignation of Postmaster General due to ongoing mail thefts, delays

More than a month after U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) demanded answers from the head of the U.S. Postal Service on ongoing mail thefts and delays, Sen. Brown told ABC6 On Your Side Problem Solvers that he received nothing but silence. Now, he’s sending out a second letter to the USPS Board of Governors to say action must be taken.

“This head of the postal service who came from three to four years ago has done major damage to the postal service,” Sen. Brown said to Problem Solver Lisa Rantala. “(Postmaster General) DeJoy has an arrogance that is second to none.”

The Board of Governors can remove DeJoy from his position. Currently, the majority of the members are appointees of President Joe Biden.

“I’m not telling them what to do,” said Sen. Brown. “I just want the postal service to be run better. I want to stop the mail theft.”


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So U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) should you be fired because there is an uptick in crime in Ohio, you have such flawed logic. The USPIS is out there 7 days a week battling the mail thefts going on nationwide. The dramatic increase in crime mirrors the increase in illegals entering the US via Biden’s open southern border, and increase in opioid use, both groups target the mail for theft . There are millions of mail delivery and collection points all over the US and how does U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) think the PMG should handle this, have USPIS… Read more »

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