Posted by on December 26, 2018 10:00 am
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The Guardian has a big get in this morning’s edition.

Emails seen by the Guardian show that the Amazon executive Anne Rung communicated with a top official at the General Services Administration (GSA) about the approach the government would take to create the new portal, even before the legislation that created it – known to its critics as the “Amazon amendment” – was signed into law late last year.

The new multi-billion dollar portal is expected to generate billions in business for Amazon, essentially boosting its near-monopoly status. The e-mails, written over a year ago, should cause concern for anyone interested in the kind of no-bid corruption that has run rampant since the Reagan Administration.

The full article is here. Go read, then call your congresscritters!