Your standard MSM MSN version — Lump #1 Fake sugar for the probable black appointee to the nation’s leading pResdident-Protector position, blocker of anything that might stain an administration. We could call this individual “The UnJustifier” as they treasonously stand in the way of needed and required investigations of all things requiring true justice for the American People:
Alternative News version — Lump #2 Providing some of the needed background that turns the fake sugar a darker color of gray-to-black:
This is a glaringly Obvious example for those of your friends who sop up the MSM soup, and operate in willful ignorance (on pretty much anything important; i.e. newsworthy).
Go back over the recent list of AG’s from Obama back through Bush, Jr., to Clinton, to Poppy Bush. Consider the wavy gravy these individuals slopped over so many scandals (those that we actually know about). Can this latest AG top even these? Quite a contest and challenge for her!
HOLD THE PHONE! I just ran across this morsel that begs many questions? Such as, with the Lynch lady’s Federal Reserve “Pedigree” (i.e. Banker ties that are more like heavy chains); how can she protect anybody but those institutions she is beholden too? How? It is not possible! We’ve seen it repeatedly. NO WAY can any promises by any administrations promise anything but status quo — more of the same. http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/obama-expected-to-nominate-loretta-lynch-to-be-attorney-general-cnn/ar-AA71hLk?ocid=UP97DHP
“Six years after the crisis that cratered the global economy, it’s not exactly news that the country’s biggest banks stole on a grand scale. That’s why the more important part of Fleischmann’s story is in the pains Chase and the Justice Department took to silence her.
She was blocked at every turn: by asleep-on-the-job regulators like the Securities and Exchange Commission, by a court system that allowed Chase to use its billions to bury her evidence, and, finally, by officials like outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder, the chief architect of the crazily elaborate government policy of surrender, secrecy and cover-up. “Every time I had a chance to talk, something always got in the way,” Fleischmann says.
This past year she watched as Holder’s Justice Department struck a series of historic settlement deals with Chase, Citigroup and Bank of America. The root bargain in these deals was cash for secrecy. The banks paid big fines, without trials or even judges – only secret negotiations that typically ended with the public shown nothing but vague, quasi-official papers called “statements of facts,” which were conveniently devoid of anything like actual facts”. GO READ THE STORY AT THE LINK ABOVE, and consider…