Congress is returning from its August break for a rare Saturday session tomorrow. But Speaker Pelosi is not bringing lawmakers back to the Capitol to help local school districts trying to get kids back into classrooms, or to provide common-sense liability protections from junk lawsuits that Main Street businesses need as they struggle to get back on their feet in the wake of costly, government-mandated closures. Instead, the House of Representatives will take up a misguided bailout of the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) – an effort driven in large part by conspiracy theories that permeated into our social media feeds and fueled slanted news coverage earlier this week. Unfortunately, this barrage of misinformation has tainted serious discussions about reasonable postal reform.