Five Obama Scandals You Won’t Read About In the Mainstream ObamaMedia
The Lightworker’s whole presidency has essentially been one big scandal (Chrysler, missile defense, bribes to buy votes for ObamaCare) but these five are, well, the current ones.
Scandal 1: Fast and Furious. You might have heard of this one. It involved allowing thousands of guns to “walk” across the U.S. border into Mexico during 2009 and 2010, not coincidentally the height of that country’s drug war so far. One of those guns turned up in the hands of a Mexican drug cartel operator, at the murder scene of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry. Another has been linked to the murder of U.S. Customs Agent Jaime Zapata. So this scandal has an American body count. Fast and Furious also has a Mexican body count that may get up into the hundreds. While the shills in the mainstream media ran shady poll after shadier poll to tell America that the presidential race is over, Univision scooped them, discovering that Fast and Furious operated well beyond Arizona and that some of its guns turned up in all kinds of heinous crimes, including massacres of Mexicans. …
Scandal 2: Kathleen Sebelius breaks federal law, keeps her job. In February 2012, Secretary of Health and Human Services (that’s a federal position, just in case you’re not up on your civics) Kathleen Sebelius openly electioneered on government time in her official capacity during a visit to North Carolina. The Hatch Act, a federal law, expressly forbids such activity. The department she heads decided to cover her actions up by re-badging her appearance as a personal one, and had her pay some money to cover expenses. All of that constitutes an active cover-up. An investigation found that Sebelius has indeed violated the Hatch Act, which, as I already mentioned, is not a mere suggestion or guideline — it’s a federal law. Federal officials who are found in violation of the Hatch Act tend to get fired quickly. But Kathleen Sebelius not only has not been fired, President Obama has already appeared with her on the campaign trail since she was found to have violated the law.
The Hatch Act is very serious law. It was written so that government officials could not abuse their power over subordinates for political reasons. By keeping Sebelius on the job, Obama has effectively gutted the Hatch Act and declared open season by higher-ranking government officials on lower-ranking ones.
Scandal 3. Obama administration leaks sensitive national security information for political purposes. In a series of stories that were published in the New York Times, and in a movie production that was set to make a two-hour pre-election infomercial for President Obama, a person or persons within the administration leaked all kinds of sensitive national security information to the media. These persons leaked the names of active Navy SEAL special operators to Hollywood producers, they leaked details of ongoing cyber operations against Iran, and they leaked details about how the president decides when and where to kill terrorists. None of this information should have leaked. …
Scandal 4. Obama administration tells defense contractors to violate federal law. Bonus: Obama administration says it will use taxpayer dollars to pay any government fines incurred. This scandal is still ongoing, and it could be a big one. The Obama administration entered into a spending deal with Congress, by which automatic budget cuts will start slicing away unless the politicians act to stop them and find other places to cut or raise revenue. Some of the biggest cuts will hit defense contractors. Those contractors are required by federal law to inform their workers if layoffs may be close at hand. Thanks to sequestration, layoffs are close at hand unless the politicians hammer out a deal, which they haven’t done. So Lockheed was set to send out the pink slips, but on Friday and then against Monday the Obama administration told them not to. That command is in violation of federal law. …
Scandal 5: Libya The short version of the Libya scandal goes like this. President Barack Obama has been skipping more than half of his Presidential Daily Briefings. His State Department sent an ambassador to war-torn Libya, but did no threat assessment before handing him a consulate in Benghazi, Libya. Benghazi isn’t exactly a tourist destination. In the post-Gaddafi Libya that Obama helped create via a war of dubious legality, Benghazi is a lawless hotbed of al-Qaeda and related terrorist activity. The consulate in Benghazi was given no Marine protection and in fact did not have the standard security arrangements at all.