While he lines his own pockets from a USPS contract, Postmaster DeJoy also just happened to purchase $300,000 in bonds from the investment firm where a managing partner is chair of the USPS governing board.
The Washington Post may have gotten to the bottom of why USPS board chairman Ron Bloom mysteriously continues to support corrupt Postmaster Louis DeJoy, even after he awarded a $120 million contract to a company where he still has financial ties.
DeJoy maintains financial ties to his former company as USPS awards it new $120 million contract. But that didn't stop the board from moving forward.
Check out this new video from The Undercurrent, where AFL-CIO President Rich Trumka talks about the White House trying to undermine labor solidarity by going behind his back to local labor folks about how great the TPP deal would be for them
From this Saturday's Forbes on Fox, more attacks on labor unions and calls to privatize the United States Postal Service. Host David Asman opened the segment talking about the postal union's decision to hire Ron Bloom, one of the advisers that helped steer the auto industry out of bankruptcy.
Why doesn't Lou Dobbs just move on over to Fox and get it over with? Dobbs does his best to emulate Glenn Beck and attacks another White House "czar"