Obama was apparently running a giant organized crime syndicate
The scheme had 4 main tentacles. In each case giant pools of government money were used for no or little taxpayer benefit while Obama associates reaped hundreds of millions.
Tentacle 1 – As described below, Obama and Holder used DOJ lawsuits against corporations – who were then allowed to settle with the government — through payments to left wing advocacy groups. Crazy illegal and yet it happened in full view of the media that was in love with Obama.
Tentacle 2 – The Obama cell phone program was a corruption black hole and some of the billions (in cash) stolen there will never be found.
Tentacle 3 – The State Department tentacle will turn out to be two tentacles. Government favors and contracts for vendors and client states – but the benefit bribe or donation was being paid to the Clinton Foundation. This will take years to unravel and is the reason Hillary needed a private server and needed the DNC server out of reach of the FBI.
Tentacle 4 – The government, probably directed by Obama, unmasked the identities of American citizens, as needed, to further a plot to smear Trump with a Russian election meddling claim the DNC powers, Obama, and Hillary — thought would derail Trump’s obvious late momentum.
Here is an excellent piece detailing Judicial Watch’s explosive new lawsuit.
Billions of Dollars to Left-wing Groups Through Justice Department ‘Slush Fund’ Scheme
(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it has filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice for records relating to an Obama administration policy of settling agency lawsuits against corporate defendants by requiring that the corporations make “donations” to left-wing interest groups La Raza, the Urban League and the National Community Reinvestment Coalition. The lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Justice (No. 1:17-cv-01064)).
Judicial Watch filed the suit after the Justice Department failed to respond to its April 7, 2017, FOIA request seeking: All records discussing the policy or practice of settling [Department of Justice] lawsuits against corporate defendants by requiring donations to La Raza, the Urban League or the National Community Reinvestment Coalition. The time frame of the request was identified as January 1, 2013 through January 20, 2017.
Judicial Watch submitted its FOIA request in the aftermath of an extensive investigation by the House Judiciary and Financial Services Committee that found the Obama Department of Justice had “engaged in a pattern or practice of systematically subverting Congress’ budget authority by using settlements from financial institutions to funnel money to left-wing activist groups.”
The investigation, announced in February by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), revealed that the Justice Department used the mandatory “donations” to direct nearly a billion dollars to liberal activist groups over the past two years. According to the investigation, “activist groups which stood to gain from mandatory donation provisions were involved in placing those provisions in the settlements.”
Goodlatte also disclosed that in a January 10, 2017, letter to Attorney General Loretta Lynch, the Judiciary Committee requested that the Justice Department preserve official records pertaining to its settlements practices: Of particular interest are [Department of Justice’s] pursuit, since 2013, of civil settlements that provide for or direct payments to non-victim third-parties, [Department of Justice’s] policies and practices relating to the settlement and administrative processing of class actions, and more generally, cases in which payment was sought from the Judgment Fund, including [Department of Justice’s] efforts to settle with insurers claiming “risk corridor” payments under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
In a March 1 report, Fox News outlined how what it termed the “slush fund” worked: Findings spearheaded by the House Judiciary Committee point to a process shrouded in secrecy whereby monies were distributed to a labyrinth of nonprofit organizations involved with grass-roots activism.