AG Jeff Sessions represents one of the unique real American patriots and one of the most loyal associates to President Trump. The Justice Department change a course under Session’s management, trying to serve and protect the law and Constitution, and not be utilized as a political apparatus, as it was under Obama.
Jef Sessions has marked a critical official request that will end a process from the time when Obama was in charge, that allowed powerful organizations to give settlement funds to outside associations, in that way Session will close Obama’s slush funds that he was maintained.
The Justice Department’s settlement policy represented one of the most deceptive directions approved by an ex-president Obama. Obviously, this practice was undetected by a large number of citizens because Obama had mainstream media to watch his backs.
This settlement policy represents, that the Department of Justice could order corporate offenders to give finances to groups the Department of Justice would pick in return for a settlement. What’s more, in the result, the organizations would accept the proposal with a specific end goal to free themselves of all greater legal indictments.
So basically it meant, if Obama associates required cash, all he needed to do was to call Eric Holder or Loretta Lynch to organize a suit against some powerful company they choose. After the company has concurred for a settlement, attorney general Loreta Lynch would give them directions to send cash to their liberal organizations.
And we all know that this is a typical example of corruption. Numerous watchdogs concur with attorney general Session decision. Chuck Grassley the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Institute for Legal Reform and Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman represents on of those who support Session.
Jeff Session openly talked about the corrupt example of Obama’s settlement.
“Unfortunately, in recent years the Department of Justice has sometimes required or encouraged defendants to make these payments to third parties as a condition of settlement. With this directive, we are ending this practice and ensuring that settlement funds are only used to compensate victims, redress harm, and punish and deter unlawful conduct.”
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