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While Trump Sets World on Fire, Former Obama Officials Blasted for Profiteering From "The Inferno"

While Trump Sets World on Fire, Former Obama Officials Blasted for Profiteering From "The Inferno"

Andrea Germanos, staff writer

New reporting out Wednesday details how some former Obama officials are taking full advantage of the revolving door between big business and government, with critics charging they are exploiting Trump's tenure at the White House by "cashing in" on lucrative opportunities.

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See, both sides of “this” fence, are Corrupt.

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There is no longer any way to hide the reality that the world is on fire –

and these idiots are in the same boat of the rest of it – and half the boat isn’t going down.

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“Among the former officials called out in the reporting is Obama’s Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, now receiving $290,000 a year to serve on the board of directors at weapons giant and war profiteer Lockheed Martin—a company that appears to be doing quite well under the Trump administration.”

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WOW! Now there’s a fuckin surprise! Who would have believed Obama’s sellout regime would include crooks and self-interested tools? The “progressive fraud” was and is a totally complicit swine who set the stage (along with Bill Clinton) for the rise of the ginger pig1 Obama was never any kind of “progressive” only a shill for big-money and vulture capitalism!

I bet dollars to donuts Obama has those million dollar Goldman et al checks just rollin-in!

“change we can believe-in”? Total Bull shit from the “Constitutional scholar” sellout!

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Rats remaining on a stinking ship

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Pigs ALL!

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Where did you expect them to work…Starbucks???

These are people with extraordinary IQs and levels of expertise on the world stage. With their former jobs gone…where else would they go? (It’s not like the Trump Whitehouse is hiring…)

Or, did you expect them to join a convent or non-profit - because that’s exactly what conservatives do when they leave government - NOT.

People asked for laws prohibiting this sort of thing - but in a world of increasing deregulation and removal of such safeguards, players will follow the rules of the game being played.