The Obama administration invoked executive privilege, attorney-client and deliberative process over these documents and insisted that their release would negatively impact global financial markets. But in finally unsealing some of these materials last week, a federal judge named Margaret Sweeney said the government's sole motivation was avoiding embarrassment. "Instead of harm to the Nation resulting from disclosure, the only 'harm' presented is the potential for criticism," Sweeney wrote. "The court will not condone the misuse of a protective order as a shield to insulate public officials from criticism in the way they execute their public duties."
Wait a minute America the Obama administration is trying to hide 11,000 financial documents from public knowledge even after leaving the White House? Sounds like the Obama administration has some very dirty financial secrets, and it likely involves the banking world and billionaires like George Soros. Now it looks like a good sum of the secret documents include Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, also known as the government-sponsored enterprises, or GSEs. So it looks like the administration of the Obama years doesn't look so transparent when it comes to the evil banking world, even though the Obama administration claimed to be anti Wall Street...So there's another lie from the most transparent administration in US history.
So with this new revelation of the Obama administration trying to hold onto what looks like 11,000 financial records...Simply means that the Obama administration is likely involved with big bank funding about as munch as Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign...And it might even be bigger. Of course with the Obama administrations close ties to George Soros, I bet there's a good sum of Soros financial documents involved in this secret from the Obama administration as well...And if these 11,000 secret Obama administration financial documents are uncovered bet we can all find out those who are involved in supporting violent anti Trump protests poisoning Americas streets and cities.