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Attorney General Jeff Sessions has finally announced an investigation into the use of federal money to fund radical leftwing advocacy groups. In making the announcement Sessions cited that at least six billion dollars was funneled into what was essentially a slush fund for Obama’s army of street activists. It’s almost a certainty that that amount is going grow significantly.
The groups receiving the money included La Raza (now UnidosUS), NeighborWorks America, National Community Reinvestment Coalition, Operation Hope, Black Lives Matter, and a spin-off of Acorn The Mutual Housing Association of New York, among numerous other extremist groups.
The scheme called for Obama’s Attorneys General Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch to direct lawsuit settlements, including punitive settlements, to thirty parties who were not part of the DOJ’s legal action.
The punitive damages should have legally gone directly to the U.S. Treasury for the benefit of taxpayers. Instead, Citigroup and Bank of America were among a number of large U.S. corporations that were shaken down in this manner to fund these anti-American radical protestors that gave Obama cover as a moderate as he moved us closer to his vision of a Marxist-open borders utopia.
Sessions took steps to stop the illegal transfer of taxpayer money last June and is now preparing to conduct criminal prosecutions of those involved. At that time Sessions said:
“Settlement funds should go first to the victims and then to the American people — not to . . . the political friends of whoever is in power.”
We first reported that Obama had been shaking down corporate America – in the fashion of third world dictatorships – more than a year ago.
At that time we had also reported that the Department of Health and Human Services had defrauded investors in both the Federal National Mortgage Association and the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation of $187.5 Billion in a scheme that diverted the profits they were expecting and instead were used to delay the bankruptcy of Obamacare until he had left office.
Well, AG Sessions is certainly a busy beaver!
I think he is much busier than we all know.
I keep hearing that he is doing a lot behind the scenes. I am ready for him to come out swinging.