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Obama Administration Corruption: Travel Bans Lifted For Those Who Donated Well To Democrats

According to new reports, the Obama administration, which champions human rights as well as other causes, is corrupt, and has been so since its outset.

One such report, from the New York Times, makes some shocking allegations concerning the wonderful world of politics, specifically referring to favor-trading between Obama and his cohorts, including Hilary Clinton, to suspend travel bans for Ecuadorian nationals who had committed crimes, but who donated generously to Democratic organizations.

The report centers around the rich and well-connected Isaías family, who are generous donors to Democrats. One of the family members, Estefanía Isaías, for example, who was forbidden from traveling to the States in 2008 due to illegally obtaining work permits for her maids, had her travel ban lifted after one such handsome donation was made.

One Democrat, Senator Bob Menendez from New Jersey, who was heavily involved with the scandal, allegedly went to great lengths to ensure the family could travel freely and worked to have the ban lifted.

Apparently, the travel ban was lifted just as tens of thousands of dollars came pouring into the Obama administration’s coffers.

The Times report even details specific donations, received by the Democrats, like a check for $40,000, made payable to the Obama Victory Fund in May 2012, just one day before the Obama administration lifted the ban against Estefanía Isaías.

Due to the corruption in the Obama administration, Roberto and William Isaías, who were sentenced in their home country to eight years in prison, in absentia, were not extradited to Ecuador to serve their time. Apparently, the fraud case that the two men were involved in cost the country $400 million.

Accordingly, the whole Isaías family “has repeatedly received favorable treatment from the highest levels of the American government,” casting serious doubts as to whether the Obama administration can be trusted at all, or if they are simply more interested in filling their coffers with donations, no matter what the source.

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