NBC did a fair appraisal of Solyndra in that video, actually showing the White House's hand in giving such money to a company whose future didn't look too good, and to meet political deadlines as quickly as possible, etc. The American taxpayer is losing a LOT of money (half a BILLION dollar) because due diligence wasn't heeded.
Then, THIS VIDEO is Mark Levin's interview with a Solyndra employee who was vetted before they heard her out. Here's the gist of what she said "While we were out there, while we were building it – cause it is a half a billion dollar plant – everyone already knew that China had developed a more inexpensive way to manufacture these solar panels. Everyone knew that the plant wouldn’t work. But they still did it. They still built it"
Think this story will go anywhere or do you think our media's strong enough to keep this pretty much out of the average American's face? The interviewee says Obama and the White House had to know the company was insolvent because she's so low on the totem pole and even she knew things were not going well. A half a billion dollars and the company lasted six months.
We know there are emails from senior members of the administration suggesting they did NOT back this company. We know that top execs in Solyndra contributed heavily to the Obama campaign.
Republicans pushed back hard against this version of events, unearthing internal Energy Department emails that indicate the panel evaluating the loans had made the unanimous decision to shelve Solyndra's application two weeks before Obama took office.