Barack Obama’s Scandals Are Merely Exposing His Organized Crime Ring


I was reading a post at American Thinker by Matt Holzmann a while ago on whether or not it would be possible to bring RICO charges against Barack Obama and his Administration.  If only.  I brought up the same prospect some time ago regarding Al Gore.  He fraudulently acted to extort money from the American public, so it seemed a “no brainer” to me.  Of course the RICO charges were never brought.  I would say the same thing about Bill Clinton.  He most definitely has defrauded the American taxpayers with his executive orders based on Agenda 21 / Sustainable Development.  Which was completely unconstitutional.  Obama has followed suit and doubled down on that one.  Now we are stuck in the middle of White House and State Department mob actions finally being revealed to the American public.  Rampant and deep mob actions.  And going back quite some time.  Funny how another Clinton is involved.  Real funny.

But I digress.  As I read through the comments on the article, I came across this one (below) from a guy named Radioman 777.  I just had to post it.

Any socialist party, but particularly the truly malignant ones (i.e. Communist or Nazi parties), operate in exactly the same manner as any organized crime ring, from La Cosa Nostra to the Crips, Bloods, Latin Kings, Gangster Disciples, Hells Angels, Bandidos… You get the idea.
– You have to hang around for a while before becoming a prospect.
– Once you’re a prospect, you have to put in work (i.e. ratting on your neighbors, running errands, etc.)
– At some point, there’s a defining act that cements full membership (murder, in the case of gangs, but not exclusive to them, or turning in someone for anti-Party activities and testifying against them)

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