by Robert Rosebrock
LOS ANGELES – News was flowing fast and furious this past weekend exposing the VA’s abhorrent misuse of Veterans land and the abuse of disabled and homeless Veterans.
Watch this outstanding video by reporter Millie Weaver that exposes more and more of the land fraud at the Los Angeles VA. Note how she is mistreated by VA police while 25,000 LA Marathon Runners recently took over these sacred grounds and homeless Veterans are forced to live outside the locked gates and in back-alley squalor.
Millie Weaver’s extensive story follows the first news report about sex-change operations being covered by Obamacare,
Meanwhile, disabled Veterans have a backlog of nearly one million medical and disability claims nationwide and Veteran suicide continues to increase.
Correspondingly, the Los Angeles Times ran a major Editorial in their March 31st Sunday issue The veterans benefits backlog – LA Times Editorial
The veterans benefits backlog
Why do the LA Times, NY Times, TIME Magazine, NBC Nightly News, etc., “get it” and the Veterans Service Organizations (VSO’s) don’t?
When are the VSO’s going to weigh in on the Department of Veterans Affairs and demand major changes, particularly at the largest VA in the nation in Los Angeles?
With so many Veteran benefits backlogged and 20,000 Veterans homeless in Los Angeles, why is Donna Beiter still the executive director when she was adjudicated in federal court for violating a Veterans Constitutional Right to Free Speech while simply trying to convey an honest message to the public that the lives of Veterans and their sacred property are in extreme danger?
Donna Beiter is in violation of her oath of office and so is Secretary Shinseki. Both of these feckless bureaucrats need to be fired, posthaste.
On the other hand, maybe this malfeasance and mismanagement is the kind of “change” Barack Obama promised in 2008. Most would prefer changing back to the old way that was pretty bad in itself.
Lastly, read a previous article by Steve Lopez, the legendary LA Times writer: Poor care for veterans becomes campaign issue
God Bless America and the Veterans Revolution!
U.S. Army, 1965-67, Schofield Barracks, Hqs., U.S Army, Hawaii. Director, The Veterans Revolution, Captain, the Old Veterans Guard, and Director, We the Veterans.