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Watchdog: Pentagon Can’t Account For $220 Billion In Equipment

USSA News | Jan. 19, 2023

On Tuesday, a watchdog report claimed that the Department of Defense (DOD) has still been unable to account for at least $220 billion worth of equipment that had been given to government contractors.

According to the Daily Caller, the report by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) noted that auditors first noticed the Pentagon’s failure to keep track of such contractor-loaned equipment back in 2001. The report says that the DOD has not made any improvements to its accountability processes since then, which heightens the possibility of overlooking similar errors in the future.


2 Comments on Watchdog: Pentagon Can’t Account For $220 Billion In Equipment

  1. Open the door a crack..Krack…

    Latest On Rabbi Zakheim
    And The Missing $2.3 Trillion
    “I believe this to be a very important article. As you may probably know, I’ve steadfastly maintained that Dov Zakheim, the former Comptroller of the Pentagon, is a key conspirator in the 9/11 fraud

    I forget whom described this kosher methodology of running cons down humanities throat or up our rectums…

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