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Wait until you see who’s job THIS affects. “A broke fax machine” indeed.
This administration seems to be able to drag their feet any time they want to withhold information and the controlled media, the target in this case, just lets them get away with it. Scary stuff. . . EDITOR
From RT Published time: September 16, 2013 19:01
The United States went ahead with major spending cuts earlier this year, slicing around $85 billion off the federal budget. But while most government offices remain afloat, a fax machine on the fritz may be too costly for the Pentagon to fix.
Investigative journalists working for the website Muckrock.com have identified one side-effect of the sequester that is only now starting to cause concerns. A facsimile machine at Defense Department headquarters has reportedly been out of commission for almost three weeks now and is hindering the ability for reporters to file Freedom of Information Act requests with the military. . . Read Complete Report