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A group of locals stood in front of the Lincoln City Post Office Saturday afternoon, demonstrating with the intent to “defend the post office from attacks by President Donald Trump.”

Lincoln City Post Office

About 15 people showed up to demonstrate outside the post office on East Devils Lake Road as cars passed by with most honking their support. A few cars showed their disapproval with one woman shouting out her window, “Trump matters!”

The demonstrators said they wanted to restore the post office and felt removing sorting machines and mailboxes from swing states was politically motivated, with one even calling it a crime.

The demonstration lasted for about an hour.

 

 

 

Justin Werner
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Justin is publisher of Lincoln City Homepage and an investigative journalist who finds facts. He's on a mission to seek out truth and isn't afraid to be the tip of the spear for freedom of the press.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. These people need to read the truth. What a bunch of idiots. I hope I never see them in real life. Our President did nothing wrong. Cheaters never win.

  2. Trump supporters are traitors and don’t have the competency to know the truth, as they follow a con and grifter, the ignorance of Republicans is not surprising as they kneel before their false prophet?

    To the protesters let me know next time you go out, I’ll join you all.

  3. Mark Levin on Fox explaining why the democrats were in so much of a hurry to blame our President for the problems with the P.O. They Watched the fake news CNN, MSNBC and CBS all lied about what was going on. Obama took out more boxes while in office. It was all fake news reported. DUMMIES. No amount of money put into the P.O. Will solve the problem. The fake ballots sent in by Democrats caused many problems.

  4. Representatives of the Post Office have repeatedly stated that they DO NOT NEED MONEY, and will not make changes. This is all another HOAX by the Democrats to give 25 Billion unneeded dollars for political purposes, without talking about the Universal Mail-In Ballot Scam….quoted by Donald j Trump

  5. Oregon hasn’t voted republican since Reagan. But Trump being the “evil genius” that he is, plans to carry Oregon by stealing mail boxes. Robert, do you and the balance of L.C.s village idiots really believe this? Also, to juxtapose “competency” against “knowledge,” doesn’t make sense. One can be incompetent and still be knowledgeable. Except in your case.

  6. The post office is fine and solvent. Their retirement program is not. It is also not the responsibility of the taxpayers to support them they can take pay cuts to support the retirement program themselves. Or ditch it and go on ssa.

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