Bush Regime Rejected Students From ‘Blacklisted’ Liberal Groups

July 16, 2009

US (ChattahBox) – A report released from official channels in the White House has shown that the Bush Administration ‘inappropriately used political and ideological considerations’, in order to deselect intern applicants that had liberal political leanings.

The application was for a Honor’s intern program at the Department of Justice.

Of the applicants rejected, 82% were affiliated with some kind of Liberal group or group with known Liberal leanings, while only 13% were rejected who were Conservative.

This continued from 2006 through 2007, and was a part of what seems to have been an official policy.

All affiliations were connected in some way to Liberal groups that had been ‘blacklisted’ during the Bush era, and the majority were immigration and gay rights groups.

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