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Emails Confirm: Obama DOJ Funneled Big Bank Settlement Money To Liberal Advocacy Groups

  Emails Confirm: Obama DOJ Funneled Big Bank Settlement Money To Liberal Groups Jack Crowe Political Reporter Emails written by Obama administration Department of Justice officials confirm reports the agency engaged in a systemic effort to funnel money to liberal advocacy organizations from settlements reached with big banks. The documents, obtained by the House Judiciary Committee as part of an ongoing investigation, reveal the Obama Justice Department effectively skirted Congress’s budgetary authority by requiring that major financial institutions donate to a group of affordable housing nonprofits and legal advocacy organizationsRead More


DOJ Decides NOT To Prosecute Former IRS Executive Lois Lerner For Targeting Conservative Groups

  Trump’s Justice Department Lets Lois Lerner Off The Hook Chuck Ross Reporter The Justice Department says it will not prosecute former IRS executive Lois Lerner for targeting conservative groups during the 2010 and 2012 elections. In a letter to top Republicans on the House Ways and Means Committee, Assistant Attorney General Kevin Boyd said that after a careful review of the case, DOJ will not pursue charges against Lerner, who oversaw the IRS division that reviewed tax exempt organizations. “After this process, the Department determined that reopening the investigationRead More


Loretta Lynch Let Russian Lawyer Into The Country Under ‘Extraordinary Circumstances’

  Obama DOJ Allowed Russian Lawyer Into The Country Under ‘Extraordinary Circumstances’ Jack Crowe The Russian lawyer at the center of the controversy surrounding the Trump administration was granted entry into the U.S. by the Obama Department of Justice under ‘extraordinary circumstances,’ inadvertently enabling a pro-Russian lobbying campaign that reached lawmakers, journalists and Department of State officials. Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya originally entered the country in October 2015 on a grant of immigration parole, a rare exemption which allowed her to enter the country without a visa and remain legallyRead More