Stealing Money From The Voters: Won’t Last Much Longer. | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Stealing Money From The Voters: Won’t Last Much Longer.

On September 10, 2001 Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld went on CBS Evening News and admitted that the Pentagon (under the Clinton regime) had spent $2.3 trillion but had no idea where the money went. He promised the American taxpayers that the money was well spent but we just didn’t know where it was. And he promised to improve both the bureaucratic and accounting procedures at the Pentagon so they taxpayers would know their money was being well looked after.

17 years after Rumsfeld pledged to improve DOD budgetary controls, Dr Mark Skidmore, who normally worked with state government accounts where occasionally he found that someone spent as much as $300 without getting a receipt, decided to investigate claims that billions and even trillions had gone missing from federal departments.

Using federal government sources he found that from 1998 to 2015 $21 trillion in spending from HUD (Housing and Urban Development) and DOD (Department of Defense) had gone missing. He discovered that the Treasury Department once sent the US Army a check for $800 billion to cover all the losses to their then $122 billion a year annual budget. Guess what? The Pentagon generals and admirals sort of lost the $800 billion, or so they say.

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