America’s crumbling infrastructure


On Tuesday it was reported that Hanford Nuclear Reservation tunnel collapsed, which triggered all alerts. Thousands of workers were warned to take cover as the collapse began. The tunnel was full of contaminated particles, as it was previously used for building nuclear weapons.  This is only the most recent accident with crumbling infrastructure in the U.S. The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) gave our infrastructure a D+ grade. We are not even C students now… They have estimated that the problems with our infrastructure is costing U.S. tax payer around $3,8 trillion every year.

What happened?

Every 4th bridge is in dire condition and in need of repairs. Every year approximately 15,000 people die, because of the poor state of the highways. Most of you like me are probably wondering how we ended up here? Well, it really simple – not enough money are going to infrastructure. In 2017 Congress decided to delegate $300 billion to rebuilding our infrastructure, which many believe is not enough. In comparison the U.S. military budget is double that – $600 billion. The military industrial complex tentacles are all over our government as they have long gone bought all of the politicians. Over 30% of the country is on social welfare – highest number ever in U.S. history… The intelligence agencies budget is close to $500 billion and as we now know thanks to whistleblowers like Edward Snowden it’s mostly used to spy on hard working American people – not Islamic terrorists. This is what the government of former president Obama brought to the U.S. – socialism in it’s worse form…

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