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Whitefish Spokesman’s Pathetic Defense Of Puerto Rico Contract

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Whitefish spokesman Ken Luce went on CNN to discuss the scandal entailing his firm. Cenk Uygur, John Iadarola, Francesca Fiorentini, as well as Judah Friedlander, the hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. Tell us what you think in the remark section listed below. Sign up with TYT:

" A deal got to in between the government as well as a little Montana power business situated in Interior Assistant Ryan Zinke's hometown bans the federal government from examining labor expenses or profits connected to the company's relief initiatives in Puerto Rico, inning accordance with a leaked duplicate of the agreement.

A copy of the deal gotten by reporter Ken Klippenstein discloses that the government isn't permitted to "examine or evaluate the cost as well as profit components" under the agreement, allowing the business higher discretion as well as secrecy for just how it spends the $300 million to recover power to the island. Puerto Rico is restoring after 2 significant storms eliminated the majority of the island's electric grid.

Whitefish authorized the take care of the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA), which likewise prohibits the government from making "any kind of insurance claim against Service provider pertaining to delayed completion of job."

Whitefish has been the target of hefty criticism over inquiries about why the little company, which just had two permanent staff members when the storm struck, was chosen for such a rewarding government contract to help tidy up the island."

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28 comments

  1. Posted by Bob Yo Bob, at Reply

    richard spencer lives in whitefish. the place is full of kkk nazi white supremacist types

  2. Posted by MrG0TH1ER, at Reply

    Trump will never drain the swamp. He is the swamp monster. It’s his natural habitat. He bathes in it.

  3. Posted by evil Duck, at Reply

    i have a contract too…. I steal 300.000.000 $…. And you are not allowed to check on it..!!!!!!!

  4. Posted by Dreikoo, at Reply

    This deal sounds fishy to me. Whitefishy, even.

  5. Posted by Philip Hall, at Reply

    why is anyone surprised this is what I’ve seen republicans do since I was a toddler

    • Posted by prallund feucht, at Reply

      that and millions of people killed in illegal wars for saudi/nazi-corp interest.

    • Posted by Red Pill prime, at Reply

      Philip Hall The different is it in your face corruption. Normal we don’t hear about this stuff months or years later. Trump broke a constitutional law within his first month in office. Just by going to his resorts on tax payers money and conducted business deal with foreign governments.

    • Posted by Philip Hall, at Reply

      Sadly Trump didn’t start this. No Hoover with his black mailing, Nixon with his spying and watergate, Reagan committing treason funding terrorist against congress, George Bush senior toppling over a democracy and training Bin Laden, George Bush Jr with too much to even count. No No NO Republicans have been doing what Trumps been doing for ages he just looks uglier doing it and without the decorum putting up a veneer no one else wants to put up with it. Trumps not some Aberration flown in from the underbelly of racism and fascists overtones of the nation. No He is just a symptom of the kettle boiling over due to the corrosion of our Republic and the foundations meant to keep such evil at bay.

  6. Posted by The Diesel, at Reply

    What happens if Puerto Rico rejects the contractors and demand a legit company? We all know these guys are corrupt.

    • Posted by Carbon Night, at Reply

      Puerto Rico could but i dont think they know the situation they also might not get any help afterwards if they turn this down if it actually goes through it’ll probably treated as if they don’t want help in general.

    • Posted by Dustin Stich, at Reply

      PREPA is controlled by the Puerto Rican Government. THey made this deal.

  7. Posted by gda295, at Reply

    no audit no time limits no penalties [that just the start]…that is not appropriate

  8. Posted by Heath Fletcher, at Reply

    Classic Russian crony capitalism.

    • Posted by sewa, at Reply

      yes

  9. Posted by Suzanne Reiser, at Reply

    Guys – don’t start mocking the personal appearance of people. Trump and his supporters love to do this.

  10. Posted by Swnsasy _, at Reply

    There is no reason to hide it. Trump supporters stay blind and he gets a pass for EVERYTHING he does. So why hide it? His supporters could care less, it’s not them.

  11. Posted by bren106, at Reply

    The Whitefish rots from the head of Ryan Zinke.

  12. Posted by John Jones, at Reply

    What about the United States Virgin Islands?

    • Posted by elfboy, at Reply

      The Trump Administration probably thinks that’s Richard Branson’s problem.

    • Posted by John Jones, at Reply

      Is he the President of the Virgin Islands?!?!

  13. Posted by Rocca Flocca, at Reply

    These guys are flooding a whole new swamp. And you’re a moron if you don’t see it.

  14. Posted by Plagius8, at Reply

    okay. Francesca is low key funny as hell

  15. Posted by Everblue Freediving, at Reply

    making America great again. .greater lies, greater corruption. …
    no bid, no deadline, no audit, no accountability. ..
    wonder how many other contracts are a free lunch like this one…

  16. Posted by R. McBride, at Reply

    THE very definition of graft and corruption and THE worst kind of example. Again, the Trump administration thinks we’re all stupid and they may be right, if this is allowed to stand. I hope the Mueller team reaches out and adds this nasty bit to their To Do List.

    The blatant nature of this is almost laughable. Did they think no one would notice????

  17. Posted by Robert Thomas, at Reply

    How is this possible?  Is there no laws in America anymore?

  18. Posted by Cee Bee, at Reply

    Hire people & NOT pay them….hmm…..I guess that’s one way to get rich. *shrugs*

  19. Posted by The Fibler, at Reply

    Here is what will happen: The 300 million will balloon to 600 million before the contractor is fired with only half the job done… and done poorly. It happened all the time in Iraq and Afghanistan. This is what happens on a no-bid insider contract. And in 2018 I’ll guarantee you those 2 people running this business will be building themselves 10 million dollar homes.

  20. Posted by Steve Winter, at Reply

    Trusting a handful of people to run the nation’s bank account. What could go wrong?