Gee, what a surprise.
A wing of the Justice Department that was created to mediate racially-charged disputes but has been accused under the Obama Administration of taking the side of the black community has employees who should have been targeted by Attorney General Loretta Lynch, but she is nowhere to be found.
Even though Justice Department employees within the DOJ Community Relations Service have reported corruption among its employees, Lynch has taken no action, despite being notified in a January 11, 2016, letter from employees. Some of the corruption reported revolves around Thomas Battles, the director of southeastern states for the DOJ. DOJ employees have reported that he has used federal dollars to travel from Atlanta to Miami; employees aver that Battles has executed this maneuver roughly 24 times a year to visit his family, even seeing his favorite dentist for teeth cleanings. Additionally, Justice Department employees assert that Battles used federal taxpayer time and travel in his campaign for “Senior Grand Vice Polemarch,” or head of the Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity.
The DOJ Community Relations Service has been accused of aiding bus transportation for protesters to attend a rally protesting the Trayvon Martin shooting, as well as appearing to take sides in the Ferguson, Missouri matter revolving around the death of Michael Brown.
As National Review reported:
DOJ’s Community Relations Service began holding the town-hall meetings, which excluded press and everyone from out of town. Ferguson resident Audrey Watson, 47, attended one of the meetings. She says federal officials organized the attendees into small groups and asked questions such as “What stereotypes exist in our community?” “How does white privilege impact race relations in our community?” and “Is there a need for personal commitment to race relations?”