New Report Sheds Spotlight On Serious Misuse By Obama of Executive Powers

There is a new bool on sale now about Secret Empires and one of those empire builders seems to have used Executive Powers to benefit close friends and associates. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnel and his family have are already revealed to be mentioned in this book. The McConnells seem to have great benefactors in China. Now comes President Barack Obama and his use of his powers against highly regulated businesses. There is a private equity investment firm Vistria run by some old pals of Obama. Guess what their interests are? 

As Written and Reported By Ryan Saavedra for the Daily Wire:

A new book released on Tuesday by Peter Schweizer, the author of “Clinton Cash,” claims that former President Barack Obama used his executive powers to financially benefit his close friends.

Schweizer’s new book, “Secret Empires: How Our Politicians Hide Corruption and Enrich Their Families and Friends,” claims that Obama would attack certain industries, which decimated the value of certain companies that his friends would then swoop in and buy. The Washington Examiner reports:

… Obama and his administration would deem industries either destructive to the environment or exploitative for the financial and professional gain of his friends, including industries such as coal mining, offshore drilling, cash advance companies, and for-profit colleges.

The book highlighted Marty Nesbitt and Harreld Kirkpatrick III, both former basketball players and close friends of the Obamas, who launched their private equity investment firm Vistria in sync with Obama’s re-election in 2012.

Unlike other investment funds that avoid highly regulated industries, Vistria was specifically focused on the fields that Obama was busy regulating.

In the book, Schweizer writes, “A curious pattern began to…….

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REPORT: Obama Used Executive Powers To Benefit Close Friends’ Private Investment Firms | Daily Wire

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