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IG REPORT: Postal workers absent combined 8.8 YEARS campaigning for Hillary

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U.S. Postal Service workers took a total of 2,776 days off to campaign for Hillary Clinton in 2016, the equivalent of over eight years’ worth of work based on a six day work week.

The U.S. Postal Service Office of the Inspector General issued a report this week on “the impact on local delivery routes and applicable facilities of 97 union-identified carriers who took (leave without pay) in support of union political activities and how these carriers were paid.”

Inspectors used a sampling of the carries in all seven Postal Service areas and found that in September and November 2016, they took time off ranging from four to 50 days to campaign with the union. – READ MORE

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