September 29, 2014

Eric Holder

Eric Holder

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After nearly six years as the nation’s first black Attorney General”€”during which time he went around the nation being black, reminding people that he’s black, and deflecting all criticism on the grounds that his critics simply can”€™t stand the fact that he’s black”€”Eric Holder announced last Thursday that he is resigning his post.

Although lionized by a brainless and supine progressive media as a man on “€œa quest for racial justice“€ who served as “€œa link to the civil rights community and that tradition of black protest and righteous anger,”€ his tenure was one of bitter racial division and flagrant flouting of the nation’s laws.

Holder had not even been Attorney General for two weeks when he infamously called America “€œa nation of cowards”€ regarding race.

When asked whether Christians would receive protection under the Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009, he said no, because Christians are not “€œone of these protected groups”€ like gays and blacks.

“€œGoodbye, Eric Holder. You taught many people to hate anew. If that was your intent, you performed your job admirably.”€

He suggested that people criticized both him and Barack Obama because “€œwe”€™re both African American.”€

Despite video evidence and ample firsthand testimonials that  drooling, cretinous Black Panthers were wielding nightsticks and intimidating voters outside a Philadelphia precinct in 2008, Holder refused to prosecute them for voter intimidation, asserting that to dare compare this event to voter intimidation of blacks during the civil-rights era would do “€œa great disservice to people who put their lives on the line for my people. “€ [emphasis added]

Instead, he directly attacked several states that merely required voter ID,  flimsily arguing that asking a voter to identify themselves somehow constituted voter intimidation against blacks and other “€œprotected groups.”€

Fanning the literal flames of wanton rioting when he visited Ferguson, MO in August, Holder told a group of college students: “€œI am the attorney general of the United States, but I am also a black man.”€

“€œI am not the tall US attorney, I am not the thin United States attorney. I am the black United States attorney,”€ the beady-eyed mulatto solicitor once explained, as if anyone needed reminding. He added, “€œthere’s a common cause that bonds the black United States attorney with the black criminal.”€

Yes. It’s obvious.

Although he swore to uphold the law, he established an indelible pattern of sidestepping it whenever he found it convenient. Among his trail of gross improprieties: the IRS persecution of the Tea Party; attempting to overrule several states”€™ immigration laws; refusing to enforce the Defense of Marriage Act; seizing call records from AP reporters”€™ phones; allowing the NSA to run rampant; and being the first US Attorney General to be held in contempt of Congress for refusing to hand over documents regarding the Fast and Furious gun-running scandal.

Though very few in the press made the connection, Holder’s resignation came only two days after the US District Court for the District of Columbia demanded that the DOJ hand over an index detailing the specific reasons why it has for over two years refused to comply with a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit requesting documents linked to the Fast and Furious debacle. The DOJ had asked for yet another extension”€”this time until November 3, the eve of Election Day. Instead, the court set the final deadline at October 22, at which point any bombshell revelations would still have time to adversely affect the Democrats”€™ already dim electoral prospects.

Goodbye, Eric Holder. You taught many people to hate anew. If that was your intent, you performed your job admirably. Now please go away.

On Thursday afternoon in an Oklahoma City suburb, a man allegedly entered the food-processing plant where he”€™d recently been fired and attacked a 54-year-old white woman with a knife, eventually severing her head. He then reportedly began stabbing another white woman until a rifle-wielding company worker shot him.

The alleged perpetrator is a black man born Alton Nolen but who took to calling himself Jah”€™Keem Yisrael after converting to Islam in prison, a common process among black inmates scornfully referred to as “€œPrislam.”€ He was arrested at least ten times between 2004 and 2009 on charges “€œranging from assault, burglary, obstructing an officer, resisting arrest, drug possession, and larceny.”€ He was paroled in 2011.

Directly preceding his alleged rampage, Nolen had been employed at the Vaughan Foods plant in the town of Moore. According to coworkers, he persistently attempted to convert them to Islam and was finally fired after an argument over whether stoning women was justified.

He often posted pro-jihadist”€”and even pro-decapitation”€”sentiments on his Facebook page. Among them is this gem, printed without alteration:

Im an Muslim from the Tribe of Judah who Was Pretty Much Raised In Killeen Texas. My Ancestors Who Are The True Jews Here In America Today Are Originally From Israel. They Were Bombed Outta Israel By The Roman Catholic Army So They Fled To Egypt And The Afrikans Sold Us To The White Man As Slaves Along With Any Other Black Person Here In Amerika Today Aka The True Jews From Israel.

It would perhaps be indelicate to suggest that Nolen was, is, and shall always remain an irredeemable moron of no use to society, so we will gingerly refrain from suggesting that.


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