Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s husband, Richard Blum, could bag $1 billion in commissions for his company from a government plan to sell 56 US Postal Service buildings.

The New York Post reported that, “Blum’s company, CBRE, was selected in March 2011 as the sole real estate agent on sales expected to fetch $19 billion. Most voters didn’t notice that Blum is a member of CBRE’s board and served as chairman from 2001 to 2014.” They also did not notice that Blum is actually Feinstein’s husband.

Feinstein’s office denies that she had anything to do with the USPS decision.


GOINGPOSTALPeter Byrne’s claims that Feinsteins’s husband, Richard Blum holds an “exclusive” contract allowing him to act as an arbitrage to sell off post offices to his friends and acquaintances are true.

This couple has successfully made millions as a result of the criminal conflict of interest they both enjoy merely because they are married to each other.

It’s a blatantly corrupt conflict of interest reminiscent of the USSR era.

The Los Angeles Times published a piece over the weekend about sales of post offices and protests they have aroused. The article notes that CBRE is “the private entity that holds an exclusive contract to broker postal service real estate. Riling many here is the exclusive deal with CBRE Group, whose chairman, Richard Blum, is married to U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.).


“A recent e-book by investigative journalist Peter Byrne details allegations of below-market sales to CBRE clients and investors. (CBRE has declined to comment on those claims.) A June audit by the Office of Inspector General raised unrelated ‘conflict of interest’ concerns and noted ‘poor oversight’ of the CBRE contract.” Get the electronic version because each link leads directly to the evidence. If any attorney wants to go to court about this thievery – the homework has been done – download this ebook!




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