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Friday, May 19, 2017

Democrats Ignore University of California Corruption

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Fox News: “California AG punts on probe over allegations against UC President Napolitano

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra originally decided to not investigate the University of California, or its President Janet Napolitano (you remember her, right? Former leftist governor of Arizona, United States Secretary of Homeland Security 2009–2013 appointed by Barack Obama) after a state audit report discovered $175 million of public dollars stashed away into a secret slush fund.

She learned how to create slush funds from Obama.  That's what his schemes and bailouts were all about.  And now, Becerra doesn't dare investigate this kind of corruption.  He's got bigger fish to fry, like his own greed and lust for power.

The UC Regents, who are responsible for fiscal oversight, are stacked with political allies of the worst of the worst in the corrupt Democrat Party community, including Gov. Jerry Brown, husband of Sen. Dianne Feinstein, Richard Blum and CA Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon.

The political corruption and collusion among the Democrats, especially in California, is astounding.

However, after being hammered for his decision of non-action, and with the rise of outrage, he has changed his mind - sort of.

Now he says he's willing to open an investigation (likely since folks are screaming that many University Presidents may be a part of a larger scheme of money laundering).

Attorney Beccera, however, on March 9th announced that he is not going to ask for arrests or more strict investigation because he trusts that Janet Napolitano will finally come with facts and evidence.

That's like saying we are not going to pressure the mob boss because we think he may come forward with the truth and some evidence that we can use against him.

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