The Hawaii Veterans Affairs “The top of the Untouchables”

Posted on July 27, 2014

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 The VA ignored complaints and cover up the problems I reported. Brendalis Garcia -  Female Veterans evicted back to homelessness for going on active duty banged her head  against the concrete closet wall

The VA ignored complaints and cover up the problems I reported. Brendalis Garcia – Female Veterans evicted back to homelessness for going on active duty banged her head against the concrete closet wall

Even with the disclosure of Hawaii having the highest numbers of days on the waitlist for Veterans to get an appointment with a primary care doctor.

The Hawaii VA Administrators here in Hawaii continue to celebrate their rank as “the top of the Untouchables”. With a Mai Tai in their hand resting assure that they are safe here in their Pacific Paradise.

A well oiled machine protected by Hawaii’s Congressional staff and others. The Hawaii Veterans Administration is afforded the luxury of big bonuses and deep pockets of protection from Mazie Hirono, Tulsi Gabbard, Brian Schatz and Colleen Hanabusa, who throw flowered leis around the neck and feet of such evil criminals (Tracy Betts, Andrew Dalhberg, Patricia Truan Mathews, Wayne Pfeiffer, Misty Kiyuna and other VA staff) who laugh at the plight of our Veterans here in Hawaii. Wayne Pfeiffer, director of VAPHICS continues the cover up and lies.

Leaving many Veterans without any Legs to stand on. Paying no attention to the distraught female Veteran in the closet who was banging her head against the wall because she was being kick back to the streets to homeless, for going onto active duty for 15 days as a national guard reservist. I have been reporting the vile rotten behavior and culture of harm to Veterans and the cover ups since early January 2013. And unfortunately many other Veterans have tried, cried and died, trying to expose the wrongdoings for years and decades before I put any facts and stories about the VA to paper.

Update – Feb 17, 2016 Embattled VA director Wayne Pfeffer of Veterans Affairs in Pacific has abruptly resigned, effectively immediately as reported from the Honolulu Star Advertiser. The Article from Dan Nakaso states :

“Pfeffer had been on the job less than three years and oversaw a system that at one point in 2014 had the longest wait times in the entire VA system for an incoming patient to get an initial appointment with a primary care physician. In 2014, U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard had called for Pfeffer’s resignation.” Read the Full Article here https://www.staradvertiser.com/breaking-news/embattled-director-of-veterans-affairs-in-pacific-resigns/

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