Jena Griswold is my spirit animal.

If I gathered non-MAGA Secretaries of State in a room I’d ask “why can’t you all be as badass as Secretary Griswold?” (To be fair, some of them are.)

Sec. Griswold *opened a can* on Twitter and served notice to would-be lawbreakers that the jig is up. So how did we get here?

Three months of criminality

USPS Board of Governors should hire attorneys since THEY are responsible for Louis DeJoy [UPDATED]

Since Brooklyn Mob Louis DeJoy was installed by donald and USPS Board of Governors—whose contrived-selection process should be getting a LOT more press coverage—he’s been absolutely comfortable committing sabotage of a federal agency. I’ve been covering this story pretty much non-stop since I stumbled over Atlanta postmaster getting quietly replaced.

Browse through past issues:

Weird how ratf*cking USPS has spokespeople running for exits [UPDATED]

USPS Postmaster General 𝙻̶𝚘̶𝚞̶𝚒̶𝚜̶𝙳̶𝚎̶𝙹̶𝚘̶𝚢̶ Steve Mnuchin’s ‘Kiss the ring’ is very intentional mafia-speak

Before Louis DeJoy was installed to destroy USPS he committed election fraud in North Carolina

Because past is prologue ALL my questions were deflected by national-press folks at USPS. These are serious questions that NEED answering;

After sending me some corporate-speak gobbledygook I wrote back with a further question as to why (since USPS is now in-business to dole out voting advice) they didn’t add a bullet about how voters can drop ballots off at drop-boxes. Then I received this:

To my mind getting stonewalled by spokespeople is a TELL in and of itself.

Irony here is DeJoy & USPS are saying with their mailer, “hey guys! here’s some voting advice from a national agency” when our elections are decentralized. Can’t have it both ways: exploit broken system of cobbled-together state-based hodge-podge policies with election fraud (yes, they’re doing that as I type) AND offer advice printed on official USPS letterhead that—according to the lawsuit—is fraudulent.

As I’ve said on Twitter for years: we need national-voting standards, and we need them now. Thanks to criminal GOP we might get there faster than you think.

Updates as events warrant. 📪


Will Pollocksideways is a perpetually crabby New York City escapee based in Midtown Atlanta. He’s a freelance multimedia journalist, media analyst and author of two books (award-winning Pizza for Good & Leaving Triscuit), with more on the way.

In 2001, Will earned his Masters from The Medill School of Journalism, graduating with highest honors from the magazine sequence. As permanent member of Journalism’s National Honors Society, he’s been active in monitoring, writing and blogging about media and journalism ever since he graduated.

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