The Cronyism Connections | Reid Weingarten – Attorney For Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein Is Eric Holder’s ‘Best Friend’

Attorney For Goldman Sachs CEO Is Eric Holder’s ‘Best Friend’

The crony connections just keep on coming over at Eric Holder’s Department of Justice.

Last week, the Justice Department announced that it will not prosecute Goldman Sachs or any of its employees in a financial probe.

Could that be because the attorney for Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein was none other than Attorney General Eric Holder’s “best friend” and former personal attorney, Reid Weingarten?

Or because in 2008, Goldman Sachs employees donated $1,013,091 to Barack Obama?

Or because Goldman Sachs is the former client of Eric Holder’s and Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer’s law firm, Covington & Burling?

The conflicts of interest and cronyism at Holder’s Department of Justice are so many that it took a 27-page report by the Government Accountability Institute to catalog them all.

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2 Responses to “The Cronyism Connections | Reid Weingarten – Attorney For Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein Is Eric Holder’s ‘Best Friend’”
  1. sarah says:

    Wonder why the Rep. party doesn’t point out these connections? It’s because they too are connected. Political theater aimed at Holder is about other politically “safe” problems, therefore bad law enforcement such as gun running will be heavily publicized. The complete failure to prosecute key players in the financial sector won’t be mainstream media worthy. They won’t even acknowledge crimes were committed, unless a homeowner is “trying to pull something.”

  2. Mary Malone says:

    Pfuft. Of course he is. Sheesh….

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