In what universe does a business model that plainly states service will get slower, jobs will be cut, and costs to consumers will rise have a chance of surviving? How is Louis DeJoy able to lay out such a plan and not get laughed out of whatever room he is in, never mind continue in his job?
If it couldn’t raise stamp prices, how would the USPS be able to stay in business when it loses billions of dollars annually? Is the plan to neuter the postal service and render it inconsequential in time for the next election still a thing? Right under our noses?
I often only have questions.