Should this finding go to an actual criminal investigation, Feinstein allegedly arranged to have the U.S. Navy buy bio-fuel at $58.50 a gallon while the rest of the military pays $3.40 for jet fuel.
Yep you guessed it, Dianne Feinstein’s husband’s company is in the bio-fuel business (Blum Capital Partners) and as ironic as this seems his company is getting the business at the same time as the taxpayer.
By PAUL C. BARTON, Gannett Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON — Lobbyists, including many with stakes in her Senate Appropriations Committee work, play a key role in financing Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s re-election.
They rank as the second-leading “industry” giving to her 2012 campaign, according to the Center for Responsive Politics, a nonpartisan Washington research group that tracks political dollars.
Feinstein, D-San Francisco, has so far received contributions from 218 lobbyists who are active on issues ranging from renewable fuels and advanced fighter jets to Internet gambling, the center’s data show. Complete article below: