West LA VA Patients Wait 56 Days — Longest in California


Fellow Veterans and Friends of Veterans


How much longer will the major media suppress the most corrupt and incompetent VA in the Nation?

Patients seeking care at Los Angeles VA wait 56 days on average, longest wait in California

Donna Beiter, the executive director at the Los Angeles VA, has two Federal Judgments against her — one for violating a Veteran’s Right to Free Speech and another for engaging in nine illegal real estate deals that misappropriates Federal VA property for non-Veteran use — and there’s no major media coverage!

Now, it’s proven that the VA under her direction has the longest wait period for Veteran patients in California, and there’s no doubt it exceeds many other VA’s across the nation.

How long would Donna Beiter last in the private sector?

Why is she being “protected?” when VA Secretary Shinseki, a co-defendant in the land-fraud lawsuit, was forced to resign?

Why is she still in violation of her “public trust” and pulling down a mega-salary from the American taxpayer?

It’s time for FBI, Congressional and Grand Jury Investigations!


God Bless America and the Veterans Revolution!


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