The Trump administration paid a bankrupt company with zero employees $55 million for N95 masks, which it’s never manufactured


Incompetence or blatant corruption? Who knows? There are likely many more examples like this yet to be uncovered.

(From The Business Insider)

In this chaotic effort to obtain supplies, the Trump administration awarded a $55 million contract to Panthera Worldwide LLC, a company with no expertise in the world of medical equipment, for N95 masks, The Washington Post reported on Wednesday.

Panthera’s parent company filed for bankruptcy protection last fall, and one of its owners last year said it’d had no employees since May 2018, The Post reported, citing sworn testimony.


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