$300 Million contract, 2 employees. Nice!

Poor Puerto Rico, abandoned as if they weren’t Americans. The paper towels thrown at them as if they were hungry dogs by their president are no longer a joke. They are really abandoned…but…Corruption anyone?

The government, contrary to the famous “I can fix everything” awarded a $300 m contract to a tiny company that had only 2 employees. And not only that, it has the signs of the “I know you, you donated to me so”…

Whitefish Energy Holdings, which had a reported staff of only two full-time employees when Hurricane Maria touched down, appears ill-equipped to handle the daunting task of restoring electricity to Puerto Rico’s over 3 million residents.

Much larger utilities are more commonly used following natural disasters on the scale of Hurricane Maria, which devastated the island last month.

FEC data compiled by The Daily Beast shows that Colonnetta contributed $20,000 to the “Trump Victory” PAC during the general election, $27,000 to Trump’s primary election campaign (then the maximum amount permitted), $27,000 to Trump’s general election campaign (also the maximum), and a total of $30,700 to the Republican National Committee in 2016 alone.

Colonnetta’s wife, Kimberly, is no stranger to Republican politics either; shortly after Trump’s victory she gave $33,400 to the Republican National Committee, the maximum contribution permitted for party committees in 2016.

Let’s add Texas, shall we?