Several congressional committees sent investigative inquiries about the contract last week, and members of the House Natural Resources Committee also sought information as to why Rosselló did not seek to activate “mutual aid” agreements with nearby states to increase the number of work crews available, an action Rosselló ultimately took Sunday.
You wanna know why? I’ll give you a clue: You send a metric shit ton of money to a company whose CEO is a friend and neighbor of a cabinet secretary, and whose main investor is a bigly donor to the Banana Republican, hisself, Comrade Stupid.
So you talk to a guy, who knows a guy, who knows a guy. You know what I’m saying?
Bada-boom, bada-bing, suddenly Comrade Stupid stops smack talking about your territory and some actual help starts comes your way. I believe it is called greasing the skids.
But I’m only guessing.
(I’m still betting that public utilities will be sold off before this is over.)