How outraged were you about our recent Veterans Affairs undercover video?
As sad and tragic as stories like his are, I have good news to share with you today about this issue moving forward.
Congress has taken notice of our video.
Yesterday, June 10, the House Veterans Affairs subcommittee on oversight and investigation used our video as a reference in a hearing on the problem of veteran suicides.
You can watch a one-minute video summary by clicking on the image on the right or going here.
Rep. Jeff Miller (R-Fl) saw the video and wrote to a committee staffer, “Hey, have you seen this. This is fantastic.” (obviously commenting on how we caught VA officials admitting that their flawed practices create drug addicts and lead to suicide).
As you’ll see in the video, every Member of the subcommittee received stills and a link to our video.
It’s disgusting to see men and women who bravely donned the American uniform to serve and protect our country treated this way.
And thanks to you, we’re able to expose this grossly incompetent behavior.
Fighting for our veterans!
P.S. It’s so infuriating to discover that 22 veterans commit suicide every day and that many of these deaths could have been avoided if it weren’t for the VA’s incompetence.
But it’s also encouraging that Congress has taken notice, aided by our latest undercover video, and is investigating the egregious dereliction of responsibility of the VA.
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