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Feinstein’s Bullet Train Scam multibillion-dollar overrun.

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California's bullet train is hurtling toward a multibillion-dollar overrun, a confidential federal report warns

alifornia’s bullet train could cost taxpayers 50% more than estimated — as much as $3.6 billion more. And that’s just for the first 118 miles through the Central Valley, which was supposed to be the easiest part of the route between Los Angeles and San Francisco.



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I remember when this was on the ballot in California, it was right after the economic crash.

I couldn't believe it passed, the state was crying about money, but, they decided they could afford a choo choo train.

Later when I found out Franken-stein's husband was awarded the contract, it all became clear.

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Libtards tried this same crap in Portland.

They spent millions in taxpayers money to design an interstate bridge that wasn't any larger than the existing one but it included lite rail that penciled out to more than a million dollars a mile.

Civil engineers reviewed the plan and decided to consult the industries that occupied businesses along the river.

Turns out that the bridge was too low for shipping from day one of it's conception and eventually the "golden Cho Cho" was scrapped.

Generally, I get the feeling that they make up these crazy projects to scam people for money to cover costs of pirs or other entitlement programs that are out of money.

Most Libtard run cities are broke due to pension costs.

CRC bridge is a perfect example.

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