“On behalf of the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), I hereby suspend and propose the debarment of Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences Capital Construction ( WIV from participating in United States Federal Government procurement and nonprocurement programs.”
17 July, 2023
Bureaucrats avoid owning things. The policy decisions can be personalized by some in the public but are not at all meant to be personalized. It is US government policy not Carolyn Taylor’s policy.
The public has a hard enough time understanding that the US government does cost/benefit analysis on every dollar to help the over all US economy. Instead we have people hell bound that it is all out to get them.
I am not going political. Leap you are the one who said Bureaucrats avoid owning things and I am trying to show you that is incorrect. The document the OP presented had no signature on it yet you are willing to accept it as proof. I am not. I want to see the signature on the document, even though that can be forged also. Otherwise now all we have is a document on the Internet that anyone could have produced. With AI here, it is going to be hard to ascertain what is real and what isn’t.
The people you are showing are not bureaucrats they are politicians. Hence owning stuff they think looks good in the campaign. The bureaucrat does not get elected and does not campaign. Of course, this will change when Trump is re-elected, they already have the plans and the lists of people that are loyal.
I like that DB, but I couldn’t read the Washington Post because it was behind a pay wall. I am surprised that they didn’t use the document that started this discussion, if it was authenticate. But , thank you.