Sessions Launches ‘Hezbollah Financing and Narcoterrorism Team’ To Investigate Obama’s Indiscretions

Barack Obama's criminal actions are now under investigation by a new task force assembled by AG Jeff Sessions.

Jeff Sessions

While Barack Obama was president, he allowed terrorist actions to occur simply because he was afraid that if he didn't it would be the end of his ever so controversial Iran deal. The story of Obama's decision to allow Hezbollah to continue operating via drug trafficking and money laundering broke early last week and as a result Jeff Sessions has equally made a decision.

Sessions announced the creation of a new task force that has a specific goal of investigating Hezbollah which has Obama sweating bullets and contacting his lawyer in order to protect his actions by any means necessary.

Evidence against Obama and his administration  has been gushing out for the past year and its about time he's held accountable for his illegal actions.

Via Subject Politics:

The DOJ is creating a task force called Hezbollah Financing and Narcoterrorism Team (HFNT) and it is not good news for Barack Obama.

This is a bit of a complicated story, but a recent Politico report shocked Washington D.C. to its core when it exposed how the Obama administration allowed Hezbollah to run rampant in order to keep hopes for their Iran deal alive.

Team Obama basically allowed the terrorist group Hezbollah’s drug-trafficking and money-laundering operations (that fund other terror-related activities across the globe) to function in order to save Obama’s disastrous Iran deal.

According to Fox News,

“The Hezbollah Financing and Narcoterrorism Team will start by looking into Project Cassandra, a campaign led by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) targeting the Lebanese terror group’s actions. Justice Department officials told Fox News at the time that the review could lead to new prosecutions of people affiliated with Hezbollah.”

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