What complicity?! The USPS was less than helpful with any ongoing investigations related to the 2020 election.
As a matter of fact they were so unhelpful that some people actually accused them of being a part of the massive election fraud.
So why the calls to get rid of the board?
I’ll tell you what I think: Democrats cheated, they know they cheated, and now they are looking to cover up any and all loose ends.
Why else would such a ridiculous call be made? There is obviously something that someone wants to hide. No honest person can seriously say that the USPS somehow added fuel to the fire.
Here is what we currently know:
The Hill had more on the story:
A New Jersey Democrat is calling on President Biden to fire top officials at the Postal Service over what he called "their silence and complicity" in attempts by former President Trump to undermine the electoral process.
"Today I am calling on President Biden to fire the entire Postal Board of Governors for their silence and complicity in trump and dejoy’s attempts to subvert the election and destroy the Post Office," Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-N.J.) tweeted, referring to Postmaster General Louis DeJoy.
The tweet accompanied a letter from Pascrell, a fierce Trump critic, to Biden saying the Board of Governors of the United States Postal Service "sat silent" while DeJoy implemented "efforts to dismantle mail sorting machines, cut overtime, restrict deliveries, and remove mailboxes," which he noted the Postal Service inspector general had blamed for reductions in both the timeliness and quality of the nation's mail delivery service.
Forbes also had this to report:
Even if Biden appoints an entirely new board of governors, some of them would have to be Republicans. The board of governors’ rules dictate that no more than five members of the nine-person board can belong to the same political party.
The White House has not yet responded to a request for comment on Pascrell’s letter, and White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said at a press briefing Monday she is not aware of any plans to potentially try and remove DeJoy. The Biden administration has already taken several steps regarding the Postal Service, including dropping multiple appeals of lawsuits that blocked DeJoy’s changes at the agency and naming a new head of the Postal Regulatory Commission, which oversees the Postal Service.
With DeJoy still in office, however, more potentially controversial changes at USPS may be imminent, as the postmaster general has said he intends to soon roll out sweeping reforms at the agency. “I will be proposing and executing on change,” DeJoy said at an open session meeting of the board of governors in November, promising “major management actions” to confront the agency’s financial issues.
The USPS board of governors has come under scrutiny since DeJoy took office over the summer, as Democrats have criticized the board’s hiring of DeJoy and its GOP ties.