It's no surprise that wealth transfer money (so-called "stimulus" money) is misused and abused and contributes to corruption. In fact, that corruption is the purpose of a "stimulus package".
This story of phantom zipcodes might be enough to get one or two people to notice that corruption. Getting people to do something about corruption is another story. I mean, doing something about corruption would mean giving up your own goodies and giving up your power to bother other people.
My question about this story is: Is anyone surprised by this?
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