Black Nationalist, Congressional Rep. Chaka Fattah, D- PA, is a member of the Congressional Black Caucus; or as I like to call it, the Black Mafia.
These extortionists have been practically immune to prosecution, crying racism whenever they are accused of shenanigans.
So I can’t imagine what Fattah did to fall from under the protection racket that is the Democrat Party and Barack Obama’s racist administration. Did he hit on one of Obama’s daughters?!
We learn from The Examiner:
Federal prosecutors charged the flamboyant U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah, D-Pennsylvania, on Wednesday with racketeering conspiracy, bribery and wire fraud as part of a 29-count indictment. The investigation was launched by law enforcement agents from both the FBI and IRS in March 2013, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
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“As charged in the indictment, Congressman Fattah and his associates embarked on a wide-ranging conspiracy involving bribery, concealment of unlawful campaign contributions, and theft of charitable and federal funds to advance their own personal interests,” said Assistant Attorney General Leslie Caldwell. “When elected officials betray the trust and confidence placed in them by the public, the department will do everything we can to ensure that they are held accountable. Public corruption takes a particularly heavy toll on our democracy because it undermines people’s basic belief that our elected leaders are committed to serving the public interest, not to lining their own pockets.”
Fattah changed his name from Arthur Davenport when he became a black nationalist. That’s right, a racist is serving openly in Congress. Moreover, Fattah served on powerful committees, like the House Appropriations Committee, the committee that oversees how money is spent.
He was the top Democrat overseeing spending on criminal justice and science for the government.
Several of Fattah’s minions — district director, 59-year-old Bonnie Bowser of Philadelphia, and former congressional staffer Karen Nicholas, 57, plus two other individuals — are also facing corruption charges for their alleged involvement in several schemes that benefited their own political and financial interests with hundreds of thousands of dollars of federal, charitable, and campaign funds being intentionally misappropriated.