“Most Transparent Admin Ever”: Team Obama Busy Destroying Public Records Before Leaving Office

By Mac Slavo

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History is routinely made in the White House – and just as routinely destroyed as well.

And though it is criminal and indicates the larger crimes of the deep state, it comes as no surprise.

If these reports are any indications, the shredders in President Obama’s White House are busier now than they were even during the height of the Enron scandal – where reporters found evidence of document destruction by the truckload.

Given that the previous Bush and Clinton Administrations also engaged in a purge of damning information, there is every reason to suspect that the Obama Administration – which the president absurdly touted would be the “most transparent administration in history”

Instead of being transparent, Obama’s two terms have often been accused of being the most secretive, particularly in terms of treatment of whistle blowers and leaks. Additionally, there is a great deal of speculation about what President Obama and his people knew about the questionable and illegal activities surrounding Hillary’s email scandal.

Though Obama himself has maintained that he learned about it in the news, the use of aliases and private email accounts to circumvent public accountability measures on official accounts raises a great deal of doubt about the truth of this claim.

So there is an additional incentive to cover-up, and minimize what the public is able to discover after his time in office is over.

via The American Mirror:

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says the Obama administration is destroying public records in the final days in office.

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“Past administrations of both Republican and Democratic players have engaged in mass destruction of records as they left office… We are told that destruction of records is occurring now in different parts of the Obama administration in different departments or agencies.”

“That’s what happens when an administration leaves office,” Assange Click to see the original article