Barack Obama Might Not Get His Hideous Library in the Public Park

Barack Obama Might Not Get His Hideous Library in the Public Park

Obama’s ugly center
Obama’s ugly center

A judge nominated by former President Obama rendered a decision Tuesday that he won’t like. A lawsuit by an advocacy group known as Protect Our Parks can go forward. They are trying to block his presidential library in Chicago.

The Associated Press reports that U.S. District Judge John Robert Blakey ruled Tuesday that a lawsuit from an advocacy group accusing the city of illegally transferring public land to a private entity would not be dismissed.

The Hill reported a similar lawsuit stopped Star Wars’ George Lucas from building a museum on public land.

IT’S A CON GAME

The lawsuit by Protect Our Parks alleged that the city was engaged in a “short con shell game” to get the 12-story museum and library built on parkland.

“Defendants have chosen to deal with it in a classic Chicago political way, known as a short con shell game, a corrupt scheme to deceive and seemingly legitimize an illegal land grab, one that will endure for centuries to come, regardless of future changing public park needs and increasingly consequential environmental conditions,” the lawsuit said.

The Obama Foundation also promised no major changes to the park but they are not following through on that. They are ripping down trees and making fundamental changes to the park. Obama likes to fundamentally transform things[…]

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