Skip to comments.Chaka Fattah-linked non-profit investigated by Justice Dept
Posted on 01/25/2014 9:25:13 AM PST by Kid Shelleen
The U.S. Dept. of Justice is questioning the spending of a non-profit group linked to U.S. Rep Chaka Fattah, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. Called Safety Net, the group aims to get guns off the street by trading $100 grocery store gift cards for firearms surrendered. The Justice Department said in an audit that it questioned the validity of $346,394 that was paid to its director, who was once a long-time Fattah employee, the Inquirer said. In fact, the director "repeatedly gave himself raises without board approval" the Justice Department alleges.
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"What happens when you smoke crack and play scrabble"
Another case of trickle down grafting.
Why don’t they ask Chaka Fattah where he got the money to buy his $500,000.00 riverfront home in Shohola PA? He paid cash!!!
It amazes me how many young people I have heard say “I want to go work for a non-profit”
What does “workign for a non-profit” mean? What does the ‘non-profit’ do?
Nothing will ever come of this investigation, for two primary reasons.
Can anyone guess what they are?
El Rushbo once referred to him as “Chakah-Full-O-Nuts”.
His original name was Jonathan Livingston Davenport or something. His wife goes by Onward Universe or similar.
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