Taylor Swift Calls Out Trump For ‘Calculated Dismantling of USPS,’ Urges Fans to ‘Vote Early’

Taylor Swift took to Twitter on Saturday to pummel Donald Trump for altering the US Postal Service so near the 2020 political decision.

“Trump’s determined disassembling of USPS demonstrates one thing unmistakably: He is WELL AWARE that we don’t need him as our leader,” she composed. “He’s picked to unmitigatedly cheat and put a large number of Americans’ lives in danger with an end goal to clutch power.”

The president has as of late put it all on the line to assault USPS in front of November, including tweets projecting uncertainty about the legitimacy of mail-in casting a ballot; recruiting a Postmaster General (who happens to be a significant Trump benefactor) that needs to evacuate the administration; expelling physical letter boxes; and truly destroying mail-arranging machines trying to compel voters to surveying places during the pandemic.

“Donald Trump’s incapable administration gravely compounded the emergency that we are in and he is currently exploiting it to undercut and devastate our entitlement to cast a ballot and vote securely,” Swift included a subsequent tweet. “Solicitation a polling form early. Vote early.”

Quick ended her quiet on political issues in front of the 2018 primaries, when she urged fans to decide in favor of two Tennessee Democrats by means of Twitter. Voter enlistment therefore spiked to 65,000 out of 24 hours.

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