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  1. Ask Evans says:

    “Postmaster General Louis DeJoy purchased up to $305,000 in bonds from an investment firm whose managing partner also chairs the U.S. Postal Service’s governing board, the independent body responsible for evaluating DeJoy’s performance.
    …Other elements of DeJoy’s financial ties have drawn close examination from ethics watchdogs. DeJoy-controlled companies lease four office buildings to global shipping behemoth XPO Logistics, DeJoy’s former company. XPO pays DeJoy more than $2 million annually in rent, The Washington Post previously reported. Brookfield also owns more than $500,000 in shares of XPO, according to its securities filings.” (Washington Post 8/13/21) https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2021/08/13/dejoy-usps-bloom-bonds-brookfield/
    p/s: “Before DeJoy took office in June 2020, he instructed Heather Clarke, his longtime aide who is now his chief of staff, to tell his financial advisers not to make investments in the logistics sector and specifically in Amazon, UPS and FedEx, the Postal Service’s top competitors, according to a Postal Service inspector general investigation. https://www.uspsoig.gov/sites/default/files/document-library-files/2021/ROI_on_PMG_Dejoy.pdf

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