Before and after the election, Democrats accused Trump appointee Postmaster General Louis DeJoy of seeking to destroy the postal service and of preventing everyone from getting their mail.
While the attacks really exploded around the time of the election, and the obsession of the Democrats in getting mail ballots to as many of their supporters as possible, the attacks have continued even well after the election.
The attacks are often based around the perception that DeJoy is sabotaging their various policy priorities, like the Elizabeth Warren push to have post offices serve as bank branches.
But in the latest front of the battle, the Biden White House was furious that the postal service, which maintains a certain amount of independence, did not sacrifice its fundamental mission of delivering the mail in order to order a whole bunch of useless electric vehicles.
Instead of ordering a whole bunch of electric mail trucks that would have to be recharged every 5 minutes, the postal service actually ordered functional working gasoline-powered vehicles to fulfill its mission of delivering the mail in every weather and at every distance.
The Postmaster General, once again, was doing his job, while the Biden White House, was once again sacrificing a fundamental service that the American people depend on to its radical political priorities and its donors, many of whom have invested in green energy and the electric vehicle industry.
The vehicles of the postal service have to be able to operate in every weather and every terrain. In the past, before the arrival of the automobile, the service even at one point turned to camels. Postal service vehicles have to be reliable, which is why they are made by defense contractors. The electric vehicle industry and its supporters in the Biden Administration, who for all that we know, may have reserved 10% for the big guy, are frustrated that their latest attempt at sacrificing the basic needs of the American people to their wealthy donors has failed, Americans can be confident that the postal service will actually continue delivering the mail, instead of spending all their time charging useless electric vehicles while waiting to one day be able to deliver the mail.