It’s taken over a year for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to finally take any kind of legal action against Barack Obama, former Attorneys General Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch but it’s finally starting to happen.
Sessions has announced that he has officially started an investigation into the use of taxpayer money to fund radically left groups that promoted much of the protests and riots during Obama’s reign of terror.
Among the groups listed as receiving money from the Terrible Three, is Black Lives Matter, La Raza and several socialist groups including NeighborWorks America, National Community Reinvestment Coalition and The Mutual Housing Association of New York (which evolved from Acorn).
(American Journal Review) – Elder Patriot – 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…
Sessions should launch a number of investigations against Obama which should include his open violation of the US Constitution, the Presidential Oath of Office, violation and bypassing Congress to create or change laws and worst of all treason. There are at least a dozen incidents that Obama should face charges of treason against the United States.