Truth Behind Dianne Feinstein’s BILLION Dollar Post Office Deal
(FEDERALJACK) Dianne Feinstein’s husband, Investment banker Richard Blum, has been selling post offices across the country to his business associates. He is chairman of the CBRE Group, which is the largest commercial real estate firm in the world.
The postal service awarded a contract to CBRE to sell unused properties and buildings. That agreement was made in 2011.
This decision has caused some critics to charge the USPS with moving toward franchising its locations. If this happens, business associates of Feinstein and Blum stand to make a lot of money.
Investigative reporter Peter Byrne started looking into the activities of Blum and CBRE. What he found was a pattern of acquiring the properties from taxpayers at bargain rates, and then selling the real estate to business associates and friends.
The reporter spent years investigating Dianne Feinstein. His book, Senator Warbucks, received awards from the California Newspaper Publisher’s Association and Project Censored.
Peter Byrne now has a new book. This latest work from the investigative journalist takes a close look at the developing real estate scandal. The book is called Going Postal. This latest work from Byrne reveals multiple conflicts of interest, and a damning audit of Blum being covered up by the Obama Administration.
Peter Byrne is the guest on N3s show. He is here to talk to us about the post office controversy, the possible role played by Senator Feinstein, and his new book.