"Meanwhile, I will sit back and wait until the next story or total incompetence from DHS makes the press. Thank goodness we have the proper watchdogs in the Republican led Senate. Without them, the blood bath at DHS might have ended up being a gusher."
This is like an October horror story. Like with zombies or monsters. Blood everywhere. Only this is not a movie. This is not a story. This is real life. What is it? Minnesota's Department of Human Services. A place which should be a source of statewide embarrassment right now. Embarrassment for the Walz Administration. And the the now defunct Dayton Administration. But it is not. Same stuff, different day. The beat goes on, and the blood (taxpayer dollars), continue to flow.
Nobody knows right now how many of our valuable (that is, in the eyes of the taxpayers) dollars have been wasted, abused, or out and out stolen from the DHS. Nobody. It seems like every week, there is yet another horror story which is uncovered at the DHS. A million here, a few million there - whatever. The latest was really a doozie however - over $3M paid to dead people. Dead people collecting benefits is even a better story than dead Democrats voting every two to four years.
Now that Walz has hired a fellow statist to run the joint, are the leaks fixed? What? You have not heard? Neither have I. We should have her standing front and center every week to explain what she has done to fix this mess. And reassigning dead wood, is not a fix. I am still pissed this "do nothing" Ham is still on the payroll. Why am I upset? I am one of the scores of taxpayer who are paying her salary for DOING NOTHING!
I am trying not to make this too political, but is this the Democrat mantra? Getting lots of buck for doing nothing? Kind of like Hunter Biden got from daddy-o. Being an empty suit with and empty resume got this crackhead Hunter big bucks. More than 95% of the rest of us will ever see. I think we have something similar going on at DHS. Money flows out the door, with no accountability - because the people we are paying to watch the till are playing Tetras on their smartphones instead.
In the Navy, when something is really screwed up, as Admiral will order a "stand down". Everything stops, until what is broken can be fixed. If it can't be fixed, it is scrapped.
That is what the DHS needs - a stand down - NOW!
So Timmy, rather than worry about how many electric cars are coming into Minnesota next year, get your rear in gear and fixed what is broken! Oh, in the land of "what could have been", I can just imagine how Jeff Johnson would have handled this. Let me put it this way - this would have been this brightest thing on Jeff's radar, and it would have been an all hands on deck until it was totally fixed.
Meanwhile, I will sit back and wait until the next story or total incompetence from DHS makes the press. Thank goodness we have the proper watchdogs in the Republican led Senate. Without them, the blood bath at DHS might have ended up being a gusher.