After Nikki Haley left the Trump administration following a record of constant grandstanding as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, the former South Carolina governor took a cushy job on the Boeing board of directors to cash out on her government connections.
“It’s an honor to have the opportunity to contribute to Boeing’s continued success as a cutting edge industry leader and a great American company,” Haley said after it was announced she was hired by Boeing.
However, Neocon Nikki’s golden parachute may not last for long as Boeing struggles to fend off lawsuits following an Ethiopian crash of a Boeing 737 MAX airliner that resulted in the tragic deaths of all 157 passengers and crew in March.
A French widow who lost her husband in the crash is seeking $276 million in damages from a U.S. lawsuit that she has filed. She believes that it was Boeing’s negligence that led to the deadly incident.
Nadege Dubois-Seex, whose now deceased husband Jonathan Seex was the chief executive of the Tamarind Group of Companies, filed the lawsuit in the U.S. District Court in Chicago last week. The lawsuit alleges that Boeing neglected to tell pilots about risky software in the plane that frequently lowered the plane’s nose due to a malfunctioning sensor data.
“We have learned that Boeing relied on a single sensor that had been previously flagged in over 200 incident reports submitted to the FAA (U.S. Federal Aviation Administration),” Dubois-Seex’s attorney Nomaan Husain said in a statement.
The software intended to stop the 737 MAX from stalling allegedly caused the problem that Husain believes may have resulted in the crash.
“Our family has lost its shining knight and the world has lost a brilliant entrepreneur,” Dubois-Seex said in a statement.
This is not the only disaster that a Boeing air vessel has been involved in over the past several months. In Oct. 2018, 189 people were killed after a Lion Air 737 MAX crashed into the ocean near Indonesia under similar conditions.
Dubois-Seex’s is only one of many lawsuits, as the top defense contractor’s reputation is taking a hit right as Haley comes into the organizational fold.
“I expect you will appreciate my sense that returning from government to the private sector is not a step down but a step up,” Haley wrote in a condescending resignation letter to President Trump.
As Boeing is plagued in scandal, the move no longer seems like as much of a “step up” for Haley. Neocon Nikki is already the favorite white horse of Never Trumpers to hijack Trump’s mandate after he departs the presidency, unless her work in the private sector prevents that possibility from coming to fruition.
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CLOWNWORLD: Imported Coronavirus Testing Kits Found to be Contaminated with Coronavirus
This is why Western Civilization is crumbling.
In the United Kingdom, authorities have found that some coronavirus testing kits coming from other countries are contamined with the highly contagious disease that has the entire world in a panic.
Britain has been working mightily to test more of their residents, with the hopes of getting the number up to 25,000 per day by the end of April. They have asked private companies to help them achieve this goal, but Luxembourg-based manufacturer Eurofins noted that some of their testing supplies have been contaminated with coronavirus.
According to government sources, the contamination is not expected to halt testing capability by much. The British authorities claim they are now testing 10,000 people per day, although those figures have been disputed. Cabinet minister Michael Gove claimed that they reached that benchmark on Sunday, but figures from Public Health England showed that only 8,000 tests were conducted despite the ability to carry out thousands more.
Anthony Costello, a professor who works at the University College London, has criticized the efforts by the British government to combat the ill effects of the coronavirus. He believes their testing regime is lagging needlessly in comparison to other countries that have had success in combating the pandemic.
“We have 44 molecular virology labs in the UK. If they were doing 400 tests a day we would be up to Germany levels of testing and that is perfectly feasible… If you look at Korea, they have done 490,000 tests. Their death rate is three per million and they have suppressed the virus,” Costello said.
“I don’t see why we can’t get these 44 labs up and running, finding cases and testing,” he added. “We must go to mass testing and when we remove the lockdown… then we will have a control mechanism which will enable us to wait, without socially distancing the whole country, for drugs or a vaccine for herd immunity.”
There have been widespread reports that bad medical supplies are being sent out of China into the West as well:
The Dutch government has ordered a recall of around 600,000 masks out of a shipment of 1.3 million from China after they failed to meet quality standards.
The defective masks had already been distributed to several hospitals currently battling the COVID-19 outbreak, news agency AFP and Dutch media reported. The Dutch Health Ministry has kept the rest of the shipment on hold.
An inspection revealed that the FFP2 masks did not protect the face properly or had defective filter membranes. The fine filters stop the virus from entering the mouth or nose. The masks failed more than one inspection.
“A second test also revealed that the masks did not meet the quality norms. Now it has been decided not to use any of this shipment,” said the Health Ministry said in a statement to news agency AFP.
The masks were delivered to the Netherlands by a Chinese manufacturer on March 21. The Health Ministry said it would conduct extra testing on any future shipments.
Several hospitals in the Netherlands had already rejected some of the shipment even before the Health Ministry issued the recall.
“When they were delivered to our hospital, I immediately rejected those masks,” a hospital source told Dutch public broadcaster NOS.
Globalism has needlessly put many different countries at an elevated state of risk during the coronavirus pandemic.
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