Charlie Uniform Tango, a radically left media production company, is receiving a handout of taxpayer dollars from the Tarrant Regional Water District.

One wall of the Dallas CUT office resembles the flag of Communist China, a regime that has murdered millions of its own citizens, with the words “Liberal Media” written on it. In 2008, CUT also created Liberal Media Films, a production wing under the CUT brand name that was reconsolidated into the parent company two years ago.

CUT, founded in November of 1995 with offices in Austin and Dallas, is a high-end media production company that has worked on commercials for national brands such as Dr. Pepper and Raising Cane’s, companies that have to pay several millions of dollars to run an effective marketing campaign for their products.

Dallas office of Charlie Uniform Tango

We’ve uncovered what appear to be dubious contracts for a “use less water” conservation campaign.

The TRWD is paying millions in fees, over the course of five years, to a couple of strange companies, one of which brands itself with communist imagery.

These contracts have been approved by the same water district that proposed increasing its average property tax bill for homeowners in their district over 62 percent since last year.

Robert Montoya

Born in Houston, Robert Montoya is an investigative reporter for Texas Scorecard. He believes transparency is the obligation of government.