Friday, September 26, 2014

Release Of Fast & Furious Docs Ordered, Is This Why Eric Holder Is Resigning? Sharpton To Pick Successor?

Nothing sums up the legacy of Eric "My People" Holder's legacy as attorney general quite like the following from J. Christian Adams at PJ Media.
Our country is more polarized and more racially divided because of Eric Holder.  He turned the power of the Justice Department into a racially motivated turnout machine for the Democratic Party.  That was his job in this administration, and he did it well.
When I first reported on the racially motivated law enforcement of Holder’s Justice Department, it seemed fanciful to some. But after six years of Holder hugging Al Sharpton, stoking racial division in places like Florida and Ferguson, after suing police and fire departments to impose racial hiring requirements, after refusing to enforce election laws that protect white victims or require voter rolls to be cleaned, after launching harassing litigation against peaceful pro-life protesters, after incident after incident of dishonesty and contempt before Congress — after all this, it was clear to anyone with any intellectual honesty that this man had a vision of the law at odds with the nation’s traditions.
Adams and another attorney resigned after Holder's DOJ had dropped voter intimidation charges against the black supremacist New Black Panther Party, who were caught on video standing outside a Philadelphia polling place on Election Day 2008, telling whites the were "going to be ruled by the black man, cracker."

This came not long after Holder, who once participated with a black supremacist group in an armed takeover of an ROTC office as a college sophomore at Columbia University, accused America of being a "nation of cowards" when it came to race. But under Holder, he turned the Department of Justice into the Department of Racial Justice--an activist group that saw some cases more equal than others, and acted as interference for the acts of lawbreaking under the Obama Regime, a criminal empire worse than the Richard Nixon Administration.

Holder's DORJ always could be counted on to speak out in cases of alleged race crimes committed against blacks (Sanford, FL and Ferguson, MO), especially when Al Sharpton was around with his bullhorn screaming "no justice, no peace."  But Holder was strangely silent when the tables were rearranged.

Several instances of black on white attacks of the "knock out game" had been reported across the country over the last few years. Under Holder, the DORJ proscecuted one case, when a white attacked a black person from behind.

For all the time Holder has spent attacking the police in Ferguson, MO, he has ignored another case closer to the DC area, as a Fairfax, VA woman attending UVA in Charlottesville, Hannah Graham, has been missing since September 13. A suspect in the case was arrested earlier this week in Galveston, TX, and is also being questioned for an alleged 2002 rape.  But why the lack of involvement from the DORJ? Is race a factor (Graham is white, the suspect is black)?

But perhaps what made Holder head for the door is this recent ruling from a Federal Court on documents being withheld in the Obama/Holder Fast and Furious gunrunning scheme to Mexican drug cartels that led to the death of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry and hundreds of Mexican citizens. The court ruled the document list must be released to Judicial Watch by October 22, denying a request for a one-month extension.

Also, the Contempt of Congress case against Holder will proceed, according to the Washington Times.

If we had an honest media in this country, and a Republican Party who had an ounce of courage, Eric Holder wouldn't have had to resign. Instead, he'd have been impeached, prosecuted and imprisoned for his activist, one-sided view of justice and obstruction of any investigation into Obama Regime wrongdoing.

But will Holder's replacement be someone who might be just as bad, if not worse?  Al Sharpton, the extremist race-baiter, has stated he's helping the Obama Regime pick Holder's replacement.

You know, this Al Sharpton, who has used incendiary language against whites and Jews.

But "Resist We Much!"

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