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Posted on 06/27/2017 7:16:10 AM PDT by davikkm
Obama/Hillary Probe Of Plane Sale To Kenya Cheating Veteran Company With Lowest Bid In Favor Of Company Linked To Clinton.
This is a sad story to report, as there is another Obama/Clinton criminal probe involving the cheating of an American owned company, IOMAX, and the recent sudden death of the CEO. In Obamas last day in office he sold Kenya planes made by a company called L3 Technologies. However, the company owned by CEO and honored Veteran, Ron Howard, IOMAX, who has supplied the Government with planes without over charging, was cheated out of the sale while having the lowest bid. IOMAX is a hometown company in North Carolina which has served our government for many years now. CEO and founder Ron Howard served his Country in Vietnam and went on to start the company to serve the United States Defense Department.
The following is a little bit about Howard and his distinguished life:
Ron Howard, founder of a Mooresville company that builds surveillance and reconnaissance precision-strike aircraft, died Monday while on a business trip to Washington, D.C. In a statement Friday morning, U.S. Rep. Ted Budd, who represents Mooresville, said:
Ron served in our military for 31 years, seeing ground combat during Vietnam. After he entered private life, he founded a company with his son, IOMAX USA, which would later employ more than 200 people in Mooresville, North Carolina. Through his own grit and determination, he lived the American Dream. He was an inspiration to me and he will be missed.
[recent sudden death of the CEO]
How did he die?
Obama/Hillary Probe Of Plane Sale To Kenya Cheating Veteran Company With Lowest Bid In Favor Of Company Linked To Clinton. - http://investmentwatchblog.com/?p=704909
Michael T. Strianese - L3 Tech CEO’s political donations are all to DEMS - go figure.
That’s the problem with playing the political-privilege game - there’s always someone better at it.
I have more sympathy for the people who weren’t allowed to bid at all.
Died in DC? Hmmm
Died in DC? Hmmm
Jun 15, 2017 - Ron Howard, founder of a Mooresville company that builds surveillance and reconnaissance precision-strike aircraft, died Monday while on a business trip to Washington, D.C.
You don’t say. His obituary says “unexpectedly “ but gives no other info.
Did he go for a picnic in the park???
“Lowest Bid In Favor Of Company Linked to........”
This is nothing new. The feds invented the military healthcare system called Tricare. They take bids on a contractual basis for companies to run their product every few years. It is world wide so you can imagine the cost. In the US, there were three, now two regions that the companies bid for.
At the next to last bid for the northwest region, the company in the saddle for the region, HealthNet, was over bid, bid more, by United Healthcare by two hundred million dollars. Yet they got the the accepted bid. Then hired HealthNet to run their computer systems and train their people as they had never run a military system before. So even though HealthNet didn’t have any problems during their tenure, and supplied the better bid for a product they were already successfully ramrodding, they lost the bid to a company that worked with Barack Obama the attorney while he was representing the SEIU union in Chicago prior to his political roles, United Healthcare.
$200 million more bid and accepted from a company Obama worked with extensively. Kinda smells, right?
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