It never fails. Once you examine the people closest to Obama, you find an ugly truth.
Many of them were corrupt and crooked. They hand their hands in all kinds of backdoor dealings.
Perhaps the worst was Hillary Clinton, Obama’s first Secretary of State. She used her influence as SoS to buy and sell favors from the highest bidder.
But down the line, you find Obama allies who corrupted our system for their own benefit.
That includes one man who is now running for Congress. Turns out he likes to buy and sell his own influence.
From Fox News:
A liberal millionaire now running for Congress in Pennsylvania — and railing against the influence of money in politics — has a history of making large donations to former President Barack Obama’s campaign and other efforts.
Scott Wallace… who’s running as a Democrat in Pennsylvania’s 1st Congressional District… gave more than $100,000 to Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign… and also asked top administration official John Podesta to appoint him as U.S. Ambassador in South Africa.
Wallace has made criticism of money in politics a campaign issue, saying money “corrupts” politics and slamming President Trump for giving access to wealthy donors.
Talk about the pot calling the kettle black.
It is a common tactic used by the left to accuse their enemies of the very thing they’re guilty of.
Hillary Clinton accused Donald Trump of “colluding” with Russia. Turns out, it was Hillary and the Democrats who worked with Russian agents to steal the election.
Big surprise, huh?
Wallace is trying to tap into anti-Trump sentiments to get an edge over his Republican rival. He accuses Trump of giving preferential treatment to big donors.
Um, what? Wallace himself was a major donor to Barack Obama. He and his wife gave a combined $100,00 to get Obama elected.
Why did he do it? Because he really believed in Obama? Lol, of course not.
He was trying to buy an ambassadorship. He probably would have gotten it, had he shelled out a bit more.
Obama was notorious for appointing cronies and buddies to positions of power.
He made bogus positions like the trade “czars,” to give his friends comfy jobs and to circumvent Congress.
The only thing surprising about this story is that Wallace didn’t become an ambassador.
Today, he hopes people of Pennsylvania don’t know his dark secret. Sorry, Wallace. You’re a liar and hypocrite.
The people of Pennsylvania deserve someone better than you.
Source: Fox News