Obama: At It Again

Have you ever heard of Joe McGavin? Have you ever heard of the “Illinois Hardest Hit” program? Well, they are connected, and guess how. That’s correct – President Barack Hussein “kill list” Obama.

Joe McGavin is a former official of Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN). Now he is the director of “Illinois Hardest Hit” program, which is part of a $7.6 billion Treasury Department program, established in 2010, to help unemployed or substantially underemployed people make their mortgage payments. The Illinois program just received $445,603,557 from Treasury. So that means that a former ACORN official is now going to oversee almost half a billion dollars of taxpayer money Can anyone say “corruption?”

That is the same ACORN that was supposedly shut down after a series of exposés about its illegal activities, including fraudulent voter registration drives and involvement in the housing market meltdown. ACORN received taxpayer dollars to promote its various leftwing causes. Congress, in 2009, passed a law banning federal funding for ACORN. But did that stop Obama or his administration? As John Belushi said on SNL, Noooooooooooooooooooooooooo! Housing and Urban Development (HUD), in 2011, awarded Affordable Housing Centers of America (AHCOA), a division of ACORN, $79,819.

Further, federal investigators had previously exposed fraud by the same ACORN/AHCOA association. HUD’s inspector general found that the group “inappropriately” spent more than $3.2 million in grants that were supposed to be used to eliminate lead poisoning in its housing program in Florida.

And that is the same ACORN for whom Obama was a community organizer in the 1990s.

But that’s just my opinion.

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