DHS spends $1.1 billion to put ONE immigration form online; this is seriously gross incompetence

After spending ten years and over $1 billion of taxpayer funds to put its 95 immigration forms online, the Department of Homeland Security has reportedly succeeded in digitizing just one form.

At that rate, the agency will finish the job in the year 2955 at a cost of an additional $94 billion.

The Washington Post broke the story, and its writer, Jerry Markon tweeted:

This was one of the most jeer-worthy examples of government waste, and folks took to social media to do just that — jeer.

NBC Capitol Hill correspondent Luke Russert made this observation, which kept the ball rolling:


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