White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said in an interview on Sunday that US Postal Service mail-sorting machines will not be taken offline between now and Election Day — … Postal Service removed mail collection boxes in at least four states and is eliminating automatic letter-sorting machines that speed delivery ahead of an expected surge of mail-in ballots in the Nov. 3 elections. Of particular concern was the removal of hundreds of mail sorting machines. Postal Service indicating 671 sorting machines are being pulled from post offices nationwide - … Mail sorting machines that can handle high volumes of letters are being removed from post offices across the country, according to multiple national and local news reports. Several Members of Congress are concerned after seeing an internal Memo from the U.S. Motherboard identified 19 mail sorting machines from five processing facilities across the U.S. that either have already been removed or are scheduled to be in the near future. The U.S. Combs said four machines have been removed in his area, and the remaining machines need to be reprogrammed to run more routes, which also increases the time it takes to process and sort the mail. According to a grievance filed by the American Postal Workers Union and …