Democrats protest new rules that have slowed the delivery of absentee ballots
Democratic leaders on Capitol Hill told President Trump that preserving funding for the U.S. Postal Service and removing new rules that have slowed down the mail already, are essential components to a new coronavirus relief bill – especially in a year when millions of Americans plan to vote by mail rather than stand in long lines for hours just to vote – not to mention the Covid-19 Virus being carried everywhere on the winds.
“Elections are sacred,” Senator Schumer told reporters after a meeting with Postmaster General Louis DeJoy. “To hold back the mail when all ballots have to be counted we can’t say, “Oh, we’ll get 94 percent of them!” Schumer reminded everyone “In this country we count ALL the ballots – not just some of them.”
But Trump has shot back with an ominous threat. Click here.