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House Minority Leader's in-law in new Federal contract scandal: Los Angeles Times breaks story.

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Monday August 30, 2021 · 9:47 PM CDT

I have written a few diaries here featuring the antics of my Congressman Devin Nunes. He’s provided me with a great deal of entertainment.

  Tonight we’re shifting down Highway 99 to the California 23rd Congressional District, home of House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy.

  From the Los Angeles Times:

A company owned by House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy’s in-laws won more than $7 million in no-bid and other federal contracts at U.S. military installations and other government properties in California based on a dubious claim of Native American identity by McCarthy’s brother-in-law, a Times investigation has found.

The prime contracts, awarded through a federal program designed to help disadvantaged minorities, were mostly for construction projects at the Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake in McCarthy’s Bakersfield-based district, and the Naval Air Station Lemoore in nearby Kings County.

Vortex Construction, whose principal owner is William Wages, the brother of McCarthy’s wife, Judy, received a total of $7.6 million in no-bid and other prime federal contracts since 2000, The Times found.

 Please read the whole story if you can: fair use really can’t scratch the surface.  

Twitter has blown up over this little brouhaha:



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