Seinfeld Newman goes postal mail-in-ballot anti-Trump ad Twitter implodes

Seinfeld’s Newman goes postal over mail-in ballots in hilarious anti-Trump ad! Twitter implodes.

Seinfeld’s Newman goes postal over mail-in ballots in hilarious anti-Trump ad! Twitter implodes.

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Wayne Knight played the fictional scheming mail carrier, Newman, on Seinfeld for eight seasons. I’d still trust him to deliver my mail over Postmaster General, Louis DeJoy, a Trump shill explicitly hired to sabotage mail-in ballots from ever getting anywhere but lost.

Knight revived Newman to produce a scathing ad that shows the true depths of evil in this administration.

Watch:

“They’ve shortened working hours. They got missing mailboxes. They’ve decommissioned sweet, sweet sorting machines to try to delay voting by mail.” — Newman (Wayne Knight)

Here’s the ad.

And here’s what Twitter had to say.

No soup for you! Because Louis DeJoy stole it

Louis DeJoy

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Yes, the Mail Nazi, Louis DeJoy belongs in prison. The rules are pretty clear. “Whoever knowingly and willfully obstructs or retards the passage of the mail.” Knowingly? Check. Willfully? Yep. Retards the passage? Sure thing. The triple crown of postal crime.

“There’s been a systematic, premeditated assault on the U.S. mail by President Trump and his so-called Postmaster General. That guy’s never even licked a stamp.” — Newman (Wayne Knight)

Yada Yada Crime

Protest with one man holding a sign that says "I wish this were fake news"

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Yep. There is mail fraud. Absolutely. By the one political party that DOESN’T WANT YOU TO VOTE. Nicolas Beauchene was charged by federal authorities for allegedly throwing away bundles of mail, including 99 general election ballots that were supposed to be delivered to West Orange, New Jersey residents.

Betcha he’d be in contention for Trump’s Employee of the Month except their crime factory bench is so deep Nicolas doesn’t figure to finish in the top ten.

“They’ve shortened working hours. They got missing mailboxes. They’ve decommissioned sweet, sweet sorting machines to try to delay voting by mail.” — Newman (Wayne Knight)

Knightmare stories

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And it’s not just voting that’s threatened by the DeJoy DeLay DeStruction. It affects the entire postal system. Your prescription meds, Social Security checks — even, says, Knight, “many, many Crate and Barrel catalogs are also at risk.”

Postmaster of no domain

A photograph of a letter carrier in the snow with an overloaded trolley of mail. She is giving the peace sign.

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The people of the post office don’t appreciate being political pawns. And they’re doing all they can to fight this fascist orange dictator clown.

Knight tells us the most practical of plans:

Look, I’m not a political person — last time I voted was for flavor of the month at Baskin-Robbins — but take it from me, a postman, if you want to vote early and in person, do it. If you want to vote from home, apply for your ballot and get it in as soon as possible. My brothers and sisters in blue will do our solemn best to get your ballots delivered.

Serenity Now!

People toasting at a party

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When Trump is gone there’ll be dancing in the streets — and our boxes of champagne will arrive in the mail on time.

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