WNN SUNDAY SHOW FOLLIES

UPW Reporter Appears On Network Show.

Transcribes Q&A for Followers.

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Bullitt Industries furmishes munitions to all three services.

UPW National Reporter Marcy Popindick appeared on WNN’s Sunday talk show and was rudely interrupted by host Biff Bluster after she asked pointed questions which the guest refused to answer.

Facing the nation this week to discuss the state of the union was William D. Bullitt who made his first appearance on WNN’s weekly news roundup File A Report Today. The show stars the network’s top news entertainer and multimillionaire Biff Bluster.

This week’s guest is Assistant Second Secretary of Defense for Munitions. He agreed to meet the press and to answer questions posed to him by the host, Ms. Popindick and WNN economic analyst and multimillionaire Aly Shady.

Mr. Bullitt, who is himself a multimillionaire, is heir to the Bullitt family munitions and investment fund fortunes.

Ms. Popindick asked the Assistant Second Secretary for Munitions if his position represented a conflict of interest considering his family was heavily invested in the munitions industry and he and his family stood to profit enormously from decisions he might make regarding the procurement of all types of ammunition for the three branches of the Armed Forces.

Absolutely not. In no way does any decision I make regarding procurement represent a conflict of interest.

Ms. Popindick followded up with another question: Does the fact that eighty per cent of all contracts for bullets, bombs, rockets and cannon shells were awarded to Bullitt family businesses give an appearance of wrong doing?

Mr. Bullitt replied that he was not influenced in any way by family investments. That, he said, would be unethical.

Mr. Bluster than thanked the Assistant Second Secretary for his generous answer and moved on to another topic.

From Mr. Shady: Your family is reported to be heavily invested in other facets of defense logistics such as transportation, packaged foods, meals and fuel supply. If you felt a conflict of interest arose in any decision would you be inclined to recuse yourself?

Mr. Bullitt replied that if he felt there was a conflict of interest he would certainly recuse himself. But he insisted that there was no conflict.

Mr. Bluster interrupted with: Let’s move on to another subject.

You recently proposed a voucher system for veterans’ medical benefits to help them buy private health insurance. Would a veteran going into combat be able to obtain private health insurance? Ms. Popindick asked the guest.

We believe that in a free market a veteran going into combat would indeed be able to obtain adequate medical coverage. Competition in a private market is the answer to the problem of exploding medical expenses now born by the government.

It is my understanding that your family is also heavily invested in the profit health insurance industry. Does your position on privatizing veterans health care represent yet another conflict of interest?

Absolutely not, he replied.

Mr. Bluster suggested they move on to another topic.

A life insurance company owned by your family refused to pay the benefits owed by the policies your company issued to the families of fallen servicemen and women. The policies contained a fine print clause that the insurance company was entitled to invest the proceeds from the policy and families of deceased were denied the benefit. It that ethical?

We try to give grieving families of our brave fallen heroes every opportunity to invest in the American dream. That is our only purpose.

Mr. Bluster then ended the interview by thanking the Assistant Second Secretary for appearing on WNN’s show – the show that gives people in the news an opportunity to File A Report Today before the entire nation.

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