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Um, What is Going On Here?
Something peculiar is going on with this company based out of Galveston. Isn’t it a bit strange that SLSCO began lobbying New York City’s emergency management department a month before New York locked down because of COVID? The company ended up receiving a multimillion dollar contract to build a massive Covid-19 hospital that never saw a patient just like the other makeshift COVID hospital in Houston which cost us nearly 17 million dollars.
Oh, and then there is this whole
thing with the Border
Why would the FEDS tell them to put up no trespassing signs? Especially at a place where there are *controversial* goings-on. SLSCO received millions in contracts to build our border wall.
Our Army also awarded SLSCO 789 mill for the border wall in 2019.
Then there was this bizarre event where “high winds blew over the wall” they were constructing. You can read more about it, here.
An odd turn of events, Newsom tapped them to “vaccinate illegals”
SLSCO was also tasked with vaccinating migrants. “The Newsom administration hired contractor SLSCO to screen, test and vaccinate migrants crossing California’s southern border this year, not far from where the company built large sections of border wall to keep migrants out.
The state awarded a no-bid contract to SLSCO — the company former president Donald Trump tapped to build his border wall in California — for COVID-19 response and health care staffing. The contract is currently worth up to $350 million.
Since entering office, Gov. Gavin Newsom repeatedly criticized Trump’s border wall, calling it “political theater.” California even filed a lawsuit against the former president to halt construction at the border, including projects by SLSCO.
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) has dispatched over 6,000 medical personnel from SLSCO to county health departments, mass vaccination sites and clinics around the state. That includes five locations along the border, where SLSCO personnel delivered COVID-19 services to nearly 60,000 migrants. Staff recruited by the company were also sent to community health organizations that provided COVID-19 services to farmworkers and undocumented immigrants.
The department said it was not aware of the company’s history building border walls in California.
Throughout the pandemic, and especially during his administration’s vaccine rollout, Newsom emphasized the importance of building trust with hard-to-reach communities, including undocumented immigrants.”
DeBlasio awarded a no-bid contract SLSCO for the COVID-19 hospital they erected in Brooklyn, NY.
SLSCO was involved with building homes in Haiti, after the earthquake. It is a bit unusual that the company only lists a P.O. Box as their HQ. They make hundreds of millions a year. Shouldn’t they have a normal office?