Obama is turning out to be more crooked than anyone had imagined…
Democrats like to boast that the Obama White House was “scandal free.”
What a joke!
Here’s the latest proof that Democrats have no idea what they’re talking about.
From Conservative Tribune:
Just hours before President Donald Trump took office in 2017, federal workers were busy pushing the “delete” button behind the scenes, according to a new report.
According to research conducted by the Sunlight Foundation, a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that advocates for open government, the Obama administration deleted hundreds of speeches and statements that Immigration and Customs Enforcement had archived on its website, The Daily Caller reported.
The Sunlight Foundation discovered that these deleted files contained information on how the Obama administration handled some of the most pressing immigration issues, such as sanctuary cities, E-Verify and the treatment of migrant detainees.
In total, a staggering 190 documents were purged from ICE’s website. …
Most transparent administration on US history? “A collection of 190 transcripts of speeches on ICE’s website was deleted on Jan. 18 and late in the evening on Jan. 19, 2017, according to research conducted by the Sunlight Foundation…” https://t.co/Z74rkI32w0
— R. A. Douthitt (@RuthADouthitt) June 13, 2019
There’s more, from The Daily Caller:
“With a couple of clicks of a mouse, access to a federal government web resource containing 12 years of primary source materials on ICE’s history was lost,” the Sunlight Foundation wrote, noting that archived speeches dating back from 2004 were among those deleted.
Speeches from former acting ICE Director Thomas Homan, a public supporter of Trump’s immigration policies, were among those prominently included in the deletion list. …
It is not yet clear why the Obama White House reportedly deleted these specific transcripts, and ICE did not respond to a request for comment from The Daily Caller News Foundation. While the Sunlight Foundation stated that outgoing administrations make routine changes to their websites, they also noted that some edits may be for “historical or political” purposes. …
Src: The Federalist Papers