Obama To Leave Presidency With RECORD AMOUNT Of Regulations And Red Tape

Obama seems to be doing everything he can to hobble his successor. He knows Trump is planning to undo most of the things that make up his legacy so he’s trying to protect as much as he can with rules.

Breitbart reported:

Obama Oversees Year of Mass Regulation, Record 97,000 Pages of Red Tape

President Barack Obama’s administration has added record levels of new regulation in the year 2016, with 18 regulations added for every new law, according to a new analysis by the Competitive Enterprise Institute.

Whilst Congress passed 211 laws over the course of the year, they had an accompanying 3,852 new federal regulations, costing billions of dollars in both implementation and losses to businesses. This was 443 more regulations than 2015.

There was also a record number of pages of red tape, with 97,110 pages printed on the 2016 Federal Register.

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However the level of regulation per new law passed is still down considerably compared to 2013, when the Obama administration introduced 3659 new regulations for just 72 new laws, a record 51 pieces of regulation for every new law.

He just can’t stand the fact that people rejected his platform in the election.

Hillary’s loss was Obama’s loss and he knows it.

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Trump will have to bring a pair of scissors with him to the White House. There’s lots of stuff to cut!


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