Unbelievable: Postal Employees Broke The Law For Hillary Clinton

The recent presidential election had its fair share of controversy.

The Democratic Party was out to get blood with Hillary Clinton leading the ravenous pack. In fact the lengths of which liberals were willing to go to get their leader elected are still unfolding – even months after Trump was dubbed the reigning champ.

The United States Postal Service is now involved in the latest Democratic scandal after giving its employees union-paid leave to carry out Clinton’s bidding during the election.

The USPS is a federal agency and is supposed to be intrinsically bipartisan. Any affiliation with or favoritism towards a political party is not only illegal, but a breach of trust with the American people who believe the USPS to be unbiased ground.

Fox News unveiled this story:

“The United States Postal Service violated federal law by letting employees do union-funded work for Hillary Clinton’s campaign and other Democratic candidates while on leave from the agency, according to an Office of Special Counsel report obtained by Fox News.”

The specific offense the OSC is investigating into is the USPS’s violation of the Hatch Act. The OSC describes the Hatch Act as:

​​“…a federal law passed in 1939, limits certain political activities of federal employees, as well as some state, D.C., and local government employees who work in connection with federally funded programs. ​The law’s purposes are to ensure that federal programs are administered in a nonpartisan fashion, to protect federal employees from political coercion in the workplace, and to ensure that federal employees are advanced based on merit and not based on political affiliation.​​​​”

Federal employees have a spectrum within they can do political work on their own time. However, the OSC report says the Postal Service showed “bias” towards a particular campaign.

Fox News reported:

“The investigation was launched months ago after Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Chairman Ron Johnson, R-Wis., brought constituent complaints to the OSC in October.”

The National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) coordinated with the USPS after approximately 97 NALC members requested “union official” leave – with pay – to participate in Hillary’s campaign, according to reports by Fox News.

It would be one thing if USPS federal employees acted on their own volition to engage in these illegal activities, but the OSC reports say that “managers instructed local supervisors to let the workers participate.” The obvious offense of the USPS is clear, and at the cohesion of superiors.

Fox News reported:

“USPS Postmaster General Megan Brennan said that “senior postal leadership did not in any way guide union leadership in selecting the candidates for whom NALC employees could campaign” and that USPS “did not approve or choose candidates for the unions to support” or “ask the union to advocate for political candidates on behalf of the Postal Service.””

Brennan contends that since USPS leadership didn’t actually recommend which employees the union should allow to help in Clinton’s campaign, that they are not liable for persuading employees or for allowing it to all take place.

Additionally, Postmaster Brennan claimed all offenses against the Hatch Act were “unintentional”.

Unfortunately for Brennan, and many other legal offenders, accidentally breaking the law is still breaking the law!