Police escort Ohio carrier from post office after he refuses to remove pro-Trump face shield

From the Richmond Heights police blotter:

RICHMOND HEIGHTS, Ohio Disturbance: Richmond Road. A mail carrier began arguing with co-workers at the post office Sept. 2 after he was asked to remove his Donald Trump face shield.

Management said there is a policy forbidding political attire to be worn. The man said other workers have worn politically phrased masks and have not been asked to remove them. He said he is being singled out and will file a grievance.

Officers escorted him out of the building, as he was asked to leave for the day.

Source: Postal carrier argues policy forbidding Donald Trump face mask: Richmond Heights Police Blotter – cleveland.com

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