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Thursday, January 11, 2018

Sessions to clean up Obama's drug mess

Josh Meyer of Politico detonated a bombshell last month that explained a complicated plan in which Iran sold drugs here, used it to buy cars to sell used in Africa, and then funnel the profits to fund Hezbollah.

President Obama stopped federal prosecutors from prosecuting the cases.

The press responded by attacking Meyer.

Now Jeff Sessions is pursuing the case that Obama blocked from prosecution.

Just so we are all on the same page, Meyer wrote this:
Lebanese arms dealer Ali Fayad, a suspected top Hezbollah operative whom agents believed reported to Russian President Vladimir Putin as a key supplier of weapons to Syria and Iraq, was arrested in Prague in the spring of 2014. But for the nearly two years Fayad was in custody, top Obama administration officials declined to apply serious pressure on the Czech government to extradite him to the United States, even as Putin was lobbying aggressively against it.
Fayad, who had been indicted in U.S. courts on charges of planning the murders of U.S. government employees, attempting to provide material support to a terrorist organization and attempting to acquire, transfer and use anti-aircraft missiles, was ultimately sent to Beirut. He is now believed by U.S. officials to be back in business, and helping to arm militants in Syria and elsewhere with Russian heavy weapons.
Obama worked with Putin to stop the prosecution of a man who supplied weapons to terrorists.

But there was more. So much, much more.

All of it documented.

And the press let it slide because Obama owned the press. Still does.

But he no longer owns the Department of Justice.

From Fox News:
The Department of Justice announced Thursday that it is creating a task force to take a fresh look at drug-trafficking and money-laundering operations linked to Hezbollah after an investigative report last month claimed that the Obama administration turned a blind eye to such activities to preserve the Iran nuclear deal.
The task force, dubbed the Hezbollah Financing and Narcoterrorism Team (HFNT), will begin its work by reviewing investigations stemming from Project Cassandra, a campaign led by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) targeting the Lebanese terror group’s actions.
According to a Politico report published last month, officials with the Obama Justice and Treasury Departments repeatedly delayed or rejected requests by Project Cassandra leaders to pursue significant investigations, prosecutors or sanctions.
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  1. I'm sure the enemedia will cover this fully. With a pillow.

  2. Choom gang member Bathouse Barry is all for the terrorist and drug dealers. This was the perfect Two, two, two mints (or criminals) in one deal.

  3. I get the impression that Sessions has been slow to act on many of the things that people have been expecting, and are expressing disappointment about is that many of the crimes of the last administration are being covered up by civil service holdovers from the past eight years and the sheer mess the department is likely in.

    Also, setting the precedent that the first thing you do is begin prosecuting your predecessors in a department may not be the smartest thing to jump into when you know you yourself won't be in that office forever.

  4. Is Meyer still at Politico, after dissing Obama?

  5. "..the more I believe Donald Trump is this nation's last hope."

    Agreed. On the other hand, I observe that last November we dodged a bullet, and by electing Trump we bought time. I did not know if the time would be spent wisely, and I am still not sure.

    Sometimes I feel like we are in one of those "renaissance" periods where things seem to turn around, only to head back down the tubes when whomever is revitalizing society passes on. I think of Marcus Aurelius for one example.

  6. At some point, the MSM is going to have to factor in the risk of being prosecuted for being accomplices.

  7. Strange happenings are afoot at the DOJ.

  8. "The press responded by attacking Meyer." At this point, I can't take anybody seriously UNTIL the MSM attacks them. Then I know that they're on our side, and their information is accurate.

  9. To be fair, the press owned Obama.

    He was their creature.

    They created him, they put him in office, and it was their agenda that was implemented.