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An audit of the Obama administration finds that over $500 billion was “miscalculated.”

That’s billion – with a “b.”

How does something like that happen?

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Here are the details, via Conservative Fighters:

Do you remember one of the biggest affairs with the bankruptcy related to the infamous Enron Corporation?

Well, back in 2001, it was the one affair, where an energy company from Texas, suffered a loss of about $63 billion, once investigators found that Enron officials and auditors at the Arthur Anderson accounting firm purposely and unethically abused legal loopholes to try and sneak out billions of dollars that were otherwise lost in bad deals and brought the company a massive debt.

In the end, a couple of people ended up behind bars, and the media didn’t lift a finger to report this ever happening.


Then, in 2017, after a report from the Office of Inspector General regarding the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development broke, the media remained silent once again.

In the report, it was said that an audit of HUD‘s 2015 and 2016 financial records was manipulated and contained “pervasive material errors” which indicated an illegal activity. The error amounted to a total of $520 billion.

Kind of a big deal, no?

Actress Anna Kendrick said she once called Obama an a****** right to his face.

From People:

Her slip up came after Obama called out Kendrick while discussing the economy and the recession, noting to the crowd of 30 how Up in the Air — her 2009 movie with George Clooney — was one of his favorites and tackled both topics.

After his speech, Obama apologized to Kendrick one-on-one, telling her, “I hope I didn’t embarrass you earlier?”

She responded with her instinctual wit. “Yeah, you’re such an a——,” a comment she recalled on The Late Show with total shock.

The Obama family was known for their lavish vacations during the eight years they spent in the White House.

The final tally to the American taxpayer?

Over $114 million.

From BizPac Review:

The total for Obama travel is $9,028,346.90 for this production of documents. Added to the previously released costs, the known total for travel expenses for the Obamas is now a staggering $114,691,322.17.

The total for President Trump’s travels in these documents is $2,821,367.34. Added to the previously released costs, the known travel costs are now $10,381,792.35.

We obtained the new Obama travel records from the Secret Service as the result of a May 2017 FOIA lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security (No. 1:17-cv-01007)). Our lawsuit produced the following travel records showing a total of $9,028,346.90 for Obama travel:


A pair of Obama family vacations the weekend of February 14, 2014, cost the Secret Service $272,192.91:

-Michelle Obama’s annual trip to Aspen with her daughters – where she shut down the airport for an hour – cost $6,970 in air/rail, $5,614.99 in car rentals and $76,078.30 in hotels for a total of $88,663.29

-President Obama’s annual golfing trip to Palm Springs included a meeting with Jordan’s King Abdullah II and cost $10,951 in air/rail, $10,166.79 in car rentals and $162,411.80 in hotels for a total of $183,529.62

Over $114 million in eight years? Pricey.


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