While the government has militarized the IRS against average Americans in the hopes of getting every last tax dollar imaginable, the Pentagon has quietly admitted to losing more than $2 trillion – and it’s not even the first time.
An audit of the Pentagon determined that out of $3.5 trillion in total assets, only 39% are accounted for, meaning $2.2 trillion have ‘mysteriously disappeared.’
These assets include, but are not limited to things like, military personnel, equipment and weapons, aircrafts, ships, buildings and supplies.
The day before 9/11 occurred back in 2001, the Pentagon similarly admitted they had “misplaced” $2.3 trillion, and it seems they have not felt the need to make any changes since.
Meanwhile, Pentagon Chief Financial Officer Mike McCord is apparently not too worried about trillions of tax-payer dollars being unaccounted for.
McCord said of the audit, “We failed to get an A. I would not say that we flunked.”
This absurd lack of accountability from the Pentagon will likely continue due to the fact that the mainstream media remains completely silent about this massive amount of money being lost, and will likely continue to do so as long as they get their cut.
Democrats are also hoping to perpetuate the haphazardness when it comes to tax-payer funds by doing things like fighting against any oversight into funds being sent to Ukraine – which of course is because they don’t want the American public to find out where that money is really going.
For more insight regarding where on earth these funds are disappearing to, watch the video here.
1 thought on “Pentagon Admits It Lost $2 Trillions—AGAIN”
They might need to check their own damn pockets. I am sure they STOLE it all, as usual!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!