The State Department misplaced and lost some $6 billion due to the improper filing of contracts during the past six years, mainly during the tenure of former Secretary of State Hilary Clinton, according to a newly released Inspector General report.
And this is what we call lying, stealing, misappropriation, or how about accountability, trustworthy, honor, and ownership. Hillary Clinton comes from a long line of “making it rich” according to politics.
The $6 billion in unaccounted funds poses a “significant financial risk and demonstrates a lack of internal control over the Department’s contract actions,” according to the report.
Gee, can anyone else in this audience think of demonstrating a lack of internal control that has happened directly on the shoulders of Hillary Clinton. Just for the record this is the same Hillary Clinton that saw money misappropriated from her Whitewater claims, her husband William Clinton’s rise to financial prowess during his presidency, during which there was an unseemingly amount of failures concerning the intelligence industries and China.
The alert, originally sent on March 20 and just released this week, warns that the missing contracting funds “could expose the department to substantial financial losses.”
The report centered on State Department contracts worth “more than $6 billion in which contract files were incomplete or could not be located at all,” according to the alert.
Reading and writing much more of this Report from the State Department’s Officer of the Inspector General will only serve a couple of complete services. One, soon the writers of this article will say “Enough of this Incompetence” while the other service this should have to any reader should be to petition or let one’s feelings be known about the media coverage of “What does it matter now” Hillary Clinton. (Please continue to read further.)