Rejection by former supporters, appointees’ opposition and Alvarez & Marsal contract lies create perfect storm for Jindal
Between the lies, former supporters separating themselves from him and promises of opposition by appointees, things aren’t looking up for Gov. Bobby Jindal.
Even some legislators who formerly were loyal lapdogs for the governor have learned that they have teeth and they are beginning to growl.
And from our perspective, it’s a beautiful day when Jindal and his misrepresentations are finally be called out for what they are: lies.
Commissioner of Administration Kristy Nichols was too busy to address a questioning reporter but her mouthpiece, Greg Dupuis, said she misspoke (a euphemism for lied) when she told legislators that a $500 million minimum savings was included in the verbiage of the 80-page request for proposals (RFP) for a contract was subsequently awarded to the consulting firm of Alvarez & Marsal at a price of $4.2 million. dt.common.streams.StreamServer
Instead, it turns out, the only mention of $500 million was contained only…
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