Valerie Jarrett, President Obama’s point person for the secret part of the Iranian nuke deal has for the past six months used the skills she picked up while serving under her former boss Mayor Daley of Chicago as his bagman.
Bagman, bagwoman, bagperson, whatever you want to call it, she put together the biggest bag in bagman history and most of the spoils were headed into Barack Obama’s back pocket. With over $24 Billion of frozen Iranian assets both domestically and internationally Kerry and Obama had the pick of the crop of overseas assets to be transferred into their charitable trusts and secret corporations fronted by trusted straw men. The fix was in and they made sure that Hillary wasn't left out of the pirate’s bounty. That’s why Hillary had to win the Presidency in 2016, to keep the investigative dogs at bay.
Meanwhile back at the ranch, the President was wondering who Michelle was screwing under the swaying palms of Oprah’s secluded Eastern Maui estate in the very out of the way village of Hanna. She was pissed at him for his many affairs of both genders and she figured it was time to cut the cards. Michelle knew about the Iranian asset deal and she wanted her share now!
Barack knew he had to cut her in to keep her quiet. His loudmouthed bitch could sink him in a Chicago second and that won’t be allowed to happen. He had two choices, jam millions down her throat and if she wasn’t satisfied, shut her up for good with a hit from a loyal ex-Chicago cop.
Things weren't looking too good for Hillary and the President as the Senate released a damming bipartisan report on their Benghazi debacle. The cover-up was being uncovered leaving Hillary out in the cold for 2016 with many unanswered questions. The President was running out of excuses and blocks.
Michelle awoke from a long sexual night. Oprah slipped into her silk robe and headed back to her room while Generals and Admirals at the Pentagon roasted marshmallows’ around the campfire. They spoke quietly of Petraeus’s upcoming coup d’etat.
From the novel Now the Eagle – by N.P.Contompasis