CBC Spent Thousands Of Dollars On Personal Splurges!


The liberals have always been the champions of wasting people’s money. When Obama was president, millions of dollars were spent on an unnecessary project carried out by Obama and the taxpayers were obliged to pay.

Just see it this way- America is currently at a $20 trillion national debt- and that money didn’t come from saving.

Now, we are learning that the liberal Congressional organization is spending money on things that money should not be spent on.
As Angry Patriot reported, the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) was busted for spending money on lavishing hotels and restaurants, exclusive Broadway shows, etc.

This makes me sick to my stomach.

As CBC’ website stated the left wants to increase “the number of African-Americans in the U.S. Congress” and to “support non-Black candidates that champion our interests and promote African American participation in the political process- with an emphasis on young voters.

Still, this doesn’t interest the liberals who want to spend all money on nonsense.

In the 2016 election race, the CBC’s PAC spent hundreds of thousands of dollars only on administrative expenses.that included bills for lavish trips that were paid by the committee.

These bills also included exclusive trips covered financially by the committee.

Here is what the Washington Free Beacon stated about this:

The Conrad Hotel, a luxury all-suite hotel located in New York City, is a favorite of the PAC, which spent in excess of$40,000 at the venue throughout the last election cycle.”

Another favorite of the PAC, the St. Regis Hotel in Washington, D.C., that “plays home to dignitaries, royalties, and refined travelers alike,” received more than $18,000 in payments from the committee.”

Around $91,00 were intended for federal candidates and around $283,100 were intended for administrative expenses.

Such a waste of money has not been seen in America before Obama.

Isn’t it about time that someone put a stop to this?

What do you think about this money spending?