Fox News reported on Wednesday that congressional investigators are claiming that the Obama Administration previously funneled billions of dollars to left-wing activist groups such as the National Council of La Raza, the National Urban League, and the National Community Reinvestment Coalition through a slush fund scheme of the Department of Justice.
“Findings spearheaded by the House Judiciary Committee point to a process shrouded in secrecy whereby monies were distributed to a labyrinth of non-profit organizations involved with grassroots activism,” reports Fox.
“Advocates for big government and progressive power are using the Justice Department to extort money from corporations,” Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch told Fox. “It’s a shakedown. It’s corrupt, pure and simple.”
Here’s essentially how the “shakedown” works, as outlined by Fox:
When big banks are sued by the government for discrimination or mortgage abuse, they can settle the cases by donating to third-party non-victims. The settlements do not specify how these third-party groups could use the windfall.
So far, investigators have accounted for $3 billion paid to “non-victim entities.”
Critics say banks are incentivized to donate the funds to non-profits rather than giving it to consumers.
As we know, Obama’s left-wing protesters have been funded to accomplish one goal, and that is to create mass division to start a war ensuring Republicans are ousted out of power. They are funded by George Soros and have become increasingly more violent every year.
For the last few years, left-wing protesters have become increasingly more aggressive to further Obama’s agenda. If you don’t remember, last year in Charlotte, North Carolina, a so-called “peaceful protest” by the left turned into absolute mayhem. A CNN reporter was attacked on the street, and an innocent man was dragged into a parking structure where he was beaten while begging for mercy. As horrible as those attacks were, they could not compare to what one photographer was forced to endure.
The photographer was beaten until he was unconscious and nearly burned alive. The man was fortunately saved before he was killed. There is no footage of the incident but there is footage of what appears to be good Samaritans trying to rescue the barely conscious photographer.
However, in the mainstream media’s worldview, you get a pass if you’re an indignant “protester” – someone who is justified in their anger and demands “equality.” Not even an attempted burning can get them to use the “R word,” so go ahead and loot, pillage, rob, and destroy. You won’t be condemned by our cowardly press.
— WCCB, Charlotte’s CW (@WCCBCharlotte) September 22, 2016