The only angle that Trevor Noah and his writers underplayed was privatizing the mail service, which Seth Meyers examined in his closer looks at the assault on the USPS. I recommend my readers who haven't yet read that entry and watched the videos do so to get that part of the story. Otherwise, this clip serves as a good example of why "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" earned five Emmy nominations — Outstanding Variety Talk Series, Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series, Outstanding Directing for a Variety Series, Outstanding Picture Editing for Variety Programming, and Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Variety Series or Special — six counting "Between the Scenes" for Outstanding Short Form Nonfiction or Reality Series. Just as a reminder, here are all the nominations in one image.
Finally, this clip is a fundraiser for Common Cause, one of Coffee Party USA's partners, who has filed suit to protect the USPS. Since this clip was posted, it has raised $16,295 for the organization. Hmm. The Coffee Party has a YouTube channel; maybe we should make our videos into fundraisers. I'm a director of the organization; I think I'll suggest this to my fellow directors.