Friday, December 22, 2017

Sessions orders DOJ review on Obama administration and Hezbollah's 'free pass'

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has launched a review of Project Cassandra, a law enforcement program dealing with Hezbollah and its drug trafficking and money laundering operations. There is an allegation that the Obama administration gave Hezbollah a 'free pass' to allow the terrorist group to finance their terrorist initiatives against Americans and others across the globe.

If it is discovered that former President Obama knew of this interference with Project Cassandra, nothing will be done anyway. Sorry, but you and I both know that's true.

The DOJ told Fox News on Friday that Sessions ordered a review "to evaluate allegations that certain matters were not properly prosecuted and to ensure all matters are appropriately handled."

We'll see if Eric Holder is indicted. We know Obama won't be.


Women's March Award a no-go by German NGO due to anti-Semitism

Photo: Breakfast Club Power 105.1 FM/YouTube A German think tank known as the Friedrich Ebert Foundation [FES], an organization associa...