The Saint Nicholas Prophecy
The Speaker of the House has called Congress back into session to deal with latest delusions of Mad King Donald…darling of the extreme Christian-right. As evangelicals loons continue to puff-up the almightiness of Emperor Jesus, Lord of the Universe, there is no room in the Christian pantheon anymore for the likes of Saint Nick – or is there? I have suggested in this blog that Rougemont Switzerland may be the real home of the coming Antichrist, and, very possible, Ol Saint Nick – is the Antichrists! Since he got elected, I have wondered if Donald Trump is reading this blog, because it appears I have predicted the future on many occasions. Is this why Donald has become..
THE PRESIDENT WHO STOLE CHRISTMAS?
Has the Trumpire ordered Santa be assassinated by the beloved Right-wing militias? We know my life has been threatened by the She Demons of Alley Valkyrie, and the Kimmite Mob who employed Alley’s threats against me. The Flash Mob threatened to disappear our complex cats -and they are gone! Yesterday I realized I did consider becoming a believer in THE RAPTURE if they leave the innocent animals alone.
Too late. As a reporter for my registered newspaper, Royal Rosamond Press, I stood my ground and protected my peers. Freedom of the Press, and the foundation of the Post Office, is protected by our Constitution. My suggestion that secular non-believers have a say-so in the election of the secular Antichrist – has enraged the followers of Super Jesus, Cosmic Ruler of the Rapturous Universe. I also suspect Wiccan Alley Valkyrie and her coven were not happy to read my claims in this blog, and thus they put out a WANTED poster. They stole the pic that my fiancé took of me just before I gifted Virginia with the Louisiana Territory.
My quest to save the Post Office began with an idea to help the homeless recreate the Trading Posts. Hollis had been asked to move from a EMX bench while listening to the world series. I attended the second OCCUPY Eugene meeting dressed as Santa Claus after I stood in front of the Post Office encouraging people to buy PO boxes to ship beans to a Republican Senator. In response to Mail Boxes being removed citizens are buying stamps and mailing letters. I was inspired by the movie ‘Miracle On 34th Street. I got up to speak at and suggested we take over the Post Offices, and leave th homeless be. I knew they wanted to use the homeless the way the churh had used them to gain power and own CONTOL. They smiled at me and thought I was joking.
Pat of Gyzmobite found Hollis’s half sisters two months after I paid for his burial. They wanted his flag and photos. While at the Post Office mailing these items, there was a protect outside.
I have been demonized by my neighbors who know one of them instigated a false emergency and 911 call. Kim Haffner knew this and used this poor woman to launch a attack, saying I was abusing Cheryl, and wanted her to be evicted. I just wanted to be let alone. Kim thought we were going to have sex. This is what Cheryl wanted from me. This is sex abuse by ugly women who do not have a man in their life. They employed Valkyries threats which prompted me to call the FBI.
I founded ‘Virtual Brownsville’ with Amazon in mind. I have been on top of this national crisis that is undermining Family Values and Traditional American Culture. Where is the voice of evangelical leaders who are very afraid of King Trump. If they say anything bad about the Emperor of American, the President of the United States can call for a boycott of that traitors mega-church. We got a real Dictator in charge, who I suspect has already implemented a plan to undermine our elections, and the Post Office Purge is just a smokescreen that will be used as the example of voter fraud by the Democrats – if he wins!
President Donald Trump isn’t quiet about his hate for the U.S. Postal Service.
On Thursday, Aug. 13, he took it further by saying in a Fox News interview he plans to block $25 billion in COVID-19 aid so the Post Office can’t process mail-in ballots. Later in the day, people on social media websites Facebook and Next Door shared photos of U.S. Postal Service mailboxes being picked up in Eugene and Portland, claiming Trump is already cutting back.
But those mailboxes aren’t being picked up because of Trump’s recent statements, USPS spokesperson Ernie Swanson tells Eugene Weekly. The Postal Service is picking up mailboxes because people are apparently mailing less during the pandemic. In Eugene, the Postal Service has targeted areas where there are multiple mailboxes and ensured there are one or two mailboxes left behind.
Swanson adds that the decision is made to remove mailboxes when mail carriers noticed there are fewer than 40 or 50 items in a mailbox for several days in a row.
Earlier in the pandemic, people rushed out to buy postage stamps as a way to help out the Postal Service. Swanson says what could bring mailboxes back is to start sending more mail at locations where removal has happened, but a box is still available nearby.
Swanson says USPS has picked up 27 mailboxes in Eugene as of Aug. 13, and while they are done for now, can’t rule out future pick ups
But COVID-19-related mailing decrease isn’t the only threat to the Postal Service.
Trump’s Post Master General Louis DeJoy (a donor to the Trump campaign who was appointed in June) has had an impact on mail operations already. According to an Aug. 13 report from Street Roots in Portland, DeJoy’s initiatives have resulted in late packages and even special election ballots. And one new initiative called Expedited to Street/Afternoon Sortation, a pilot program also being tried out at the Eugene 97401 post office location, is forcing mail carriers to sort mail during delivery, according to an unnamed mail carrier in the Street Roots story.
President Donald Trump on Monday repeated his belief that Amazon is to blame for the U.S. Postal Service’s demise.
“Amazon and other companies like it, they come and they drop all of their mail into a post office,” Trump said in an interview with “Fox & Friends.” “They drop packages into the post office by the thousands and then they say, ‘Here, you deliver them.’ We lose $3 and $4 a package on average. We lose massive amounts of money.”
The president was asked about concerns that the Trump administration is interfering with the post office in order to impact voting in the November presidential election. The Postal Service has removed hundreds of mail-processing machines across the country and warned dozens of states that it may not be able to process mail-in ballots in time to be counted in the Nov. 3 presidential election. At the same time, it faces widespread mail delays and has seen its financial woes increase as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. Postal Service is warning states coast to coast that it cannot guarantee all ballots cast by mail for the November election will arrive in time to be counted, even if mailed by state deadlines, raising the possibility that millions of voters could be disenfranchised.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., is calling the House back into session, cutting lawmakers’ summer recess short as concerns grow among Democrats over whether the Trump White House is trying to undermine the Postal Service ahead of the election.
Trump said the post office could solve its financial issues by raising delivery rates to offset alleged delivery costs fueled by online retailers. “This guy is supposed to be so wealthy, so let him pay for it,” Trump added, appearing to refer to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.
Representatives from Amazon didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. The company has previously declined to comment after Trump’s past attacks.
Trump is right that the Postal Service is losing money, but Amazon and other internet e-commerce companies aren’t necessarily to blame for that. Previous analysis conducted by CNBC found Amazon may be saving the post office from financial demise, due to growth in package shipping from online retailers like Amazon. Amazon also relies on a range of carriers to deliver packages, such as UPS and FedEx, and is increasingly building its own network of contracted delivery partners, which now total 1,300 firms.
A major factor behind the post office’s continuing shortfall is a requirement that the USPS fund health benefits for its workers, which costs more than $5 billion annually. Other worker-related expenses, such as workers’ compensation, fluctuate from year to year based on “changes in actuarial assumptions, such as interest and inflation rates, and employee and retiree demographics,” as the USPS said in its 2019 annual report.
The Postal Service has benefited from a surge in package deliveries to Americans who remain indoors because of the pandemic, but it has experienced continued declines in first-class and business mail, according to its latest financial results.