Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, chairman of the House Oversight subcommittee where Whitcombe testified, has called the loan program “one of the most disastrously mismanaged and corrupt programs in U.S. history,” and said during that Fisker hearing, “The Obama administration owes the American taxpayer an explanation as to why this bad loan was made in the first place.”

He might also want an explanation why DOE’s Whitcombe and Chu hid the truth about VPG while under oath before his subcommittee.

Tesla owners, investors and their search engine owners paid Washington staff to get false stock impressions and taxpayer funds in order to unfairly and unethically fund Tesla.

So besides the fact that it has now been revealed that Tesla cars spy on their owners while you are driving one, the company was acquired in a hostile takeover, each car has constant mechanical problems, the door handles can lock you in the car, Solyndra and Tesla buildings were corrupt real estate deals, the batteries have to be assembled in a blast chamber because they could explode, and the Tesla people paid to sabotage Fisker and other competitors… the list of bad Tesla things now seems to be record-breaking