Monday, May 1, 2017

Trump Forced To Call Emergency Order As Pentagon Makes 300M Obama Discovery



The following article was published on teddystick.com on April 27th

Posted By: Sam Di Gangi

Many children had imaginary friends growing up. They talked to them, played with them, even had “tea parties” with them. Very few have kept them into adulthood, but former U.S. President Obama not only kept them, but has paid them $300 million dollars of YOUR money!

According to Liberty Red News, the money was “wasted paying for the salaries of non-existent “ghost” soldiers and policemen in Afghanistan under the Obama administration.” Thankfully, Donald Trump has decided that paying apparitions is not in the best of interest of the U.S. and he is ending the practice, effective immediately.  


Special inspector general for Afghanistan reconstruction, John Sopko, said “We’ve been raising this concern about ghosts going back a number of years. Actually, I want to say we heard about it from (Afghan President) Ashraf Ghani years ago, before he became president, he warned me about ‘ghosts,’ so we started looking three years ago.” This means that Obama was guilty of either negligence, incompetence, or fraud. With it being known about for years, there is no other conclusion that can be gathered.

He also says that the U.S. has “no capacity to measure the number of soldiers, teachers, doctors, military people who we are paying their salaries.” This meant that people who did not even exist kept getting paychecks from Johnny Taxpayer with God alone knowing who or where that capital went to. Included in “ghostgate” were payments to “policemen, Afghan policemen, Afghan military, and Afghan civil servants,” according to Sopko. He said that the people that got paid “don’t exist or they have multiple identity cards and we’re paying their salaries.”

The Pentagon heard about this and did almost nothing about it. It appears that, since Obama oversaw the accumulation of more debt in 8 years than the United States saw since its inception, $300 million was just pocket change. As for the average taxpayer overlooking this? There is not a ghost of a chance.

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