Small company from Trump Interior chief's hometown wins massive contract to restore Puerto Rico's po

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J.Wilkins

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This is just fine. Just look away for a second and you'll have forgotten all about it as per usual.
 

UNCjigga

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I think this deserves a separate thread. Reading through the charging document and names/organizations of the defendants, this seems to be entirely unrelated to Whitefish EH in Montana. Of course, always a possibility that if PR Power Authority (PREPA) and FEMA were involved in this scheme, they could be involved in other schemes with other contractors as well.
 

sactoking

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So it seems like the most corrupt government in Puerto Rico is the one Trump is directly in charge of.
 

dank69

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Derp state strikes again levying these fake charges against some of the best people.
 

Jhhnn

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You have to be outrageously blatant with your corruption to get arrested by the Trump FBI.
Not really. It lets Trump engage in blame shifting away from the shitty way he's treated Puerto Rico throughout this. The corruption swallowed up all the money!

Beyond that, I don't believe the FBI is nearly as political as Trump & Barr want it to be. Not at all.
 

shortylickens

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I'm so glad lying crooked Hilary didnt get elected.


/sarcasm.

Lets be honest, she would have tons of scandals too, they'd just be a different type.
 

zinfamous

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Shall we compare the number of indictments from the trump camp to the number of indictments to the Obama camp? I'll even give you a handicap, you can use Obama's complete presidency vs trumps three years.
ouch
 

interchange

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Holy fuck. That involves forfeiture of over 4.5 billion dollars. That's a whole hell of a lot of embezzlement.
 

brandonbull

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Shall we compare the number of indictments from the trump camp to the number of indictments to the Obama camp? I'll even give you a handicap, you can use Obama's complete presidency vs trumps three years.
Once Barr and the DOJ have wrapped up their investigations, we'll touch base on the numbers.
 

tweaker2

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You have to be outrageously blatant with your corruption to get arrested by the Trump FBI.

Typical Trump "business as usual shit" that he brought with him to the Oval Office.

Hey, his supporters bought him sight unseen, they own him outright but now they're either wanting to blame everyone else for why they bought that crappy piece of shit that don't work as advertized or faking it that he "worked like a charm from the get-go". And let's not forget how the religious fanatics sprinkled holy water all over him, blessed him as their salvation but now want to sprinkle him again to, get this, to exorcise his in-bred demons that they thought would somehow work in their favor.

Crazy, yes, weird, yes, yet there it is.
 

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