Obama-era ‘Slush Fund’ Payouts to Liberal Interest Groups Stopped by DOJ

During the Obama administration, the Department of Justice began working with large companies in agreements to make large payouts to outside liberal interest group. Considering the US debt was growing and Americans were struggling trying to find a job or stay employed, Democrats were throwing our hard-earned money to groups who didn’t deserve it.

The Justice Department announced Wednesday it will no longer allow prosecutors to strike settlement agreements with big companies directing them to make payouts to outside groups, ending an Obama-era practice that Republicans decried as a “slush fund” that padded the accounts of liberal interest groups.

In a memo sent to 94 U.S. attorneys’ offices early Wednesday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he would end the practice that allowed companies to meet settlement burdens by giving money to groups that were neither victims nor parties to the case.

Sessions said the money should, instead, go to the Treasury Department or victims…

If Congress and every federal agency would stop the flow of money to special interest groups and worthless project like studying duck penises, we would not be facing a $20 trillion deficit. Instead, America could actually have a balanced budget and work towards reducing the federal debt, just like any company, family or individual has to do.

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