Eric Holder said, "Don't go there" out of habit. He usually says the same thing to JD investigators looking into Obama scandals...Jay Carnie Tweet
- Those who follow me regularly know I take no political prisoners. Whether it's Harry Reid the most miserable prick in Congress to John F. Kerry, a back-stabbing fake, phony and fraud to Hillary Clinton to many spineless Republicans, they are all fair game.
- So it probably will come as no surprise that AG Eric Holder will require some of my attention today. During a House Judiciary Committee hearing earlier this week, he responded to questioning by Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas with this: "You don't want to go there buddy. You don't want to go there, okay?"
- After his appearance in front of the committee, he spoke to Al Sharpton's National Action Network and---to no one's surprised---whined and threw out the race card complaining about his treatment by the committee. Now keep in mind, he spoke to the National Action Network. This is the same organization that owed almost $2 million in back taxes and penalties. In fact, in December of 2012, The New York Post reported Al Sharpton owed the IRS $2.6 million in back taxes and almost $900,000 in state taxes. In other words, as the Justice department today under Holder has failed to follow-up on the current IRS scandals that targeted largely conservative groups, he was speaking in front of an organization that owed millions in back taxes. And just to let you know, Pres. Obama is headlining the NAN's national conference this week.
- Eric Holder also complained that no other Attorney General has been treated as poorly as he has. I have just one name for Holder: Alberto Gonzales. He was AG under George W. Bush and was vilified by the Democrats. Gonzales was the highest ranking Hispanic in our government at the time. Yet, no one to my knowledge accused Democrats of racism.
- So let's continue going there Eric. With Fast and Furious, your department was responsible for losing track of over 2000 weapons that ended up in the hands of the most vile drug cartels on the planet. At least one of those weapons were found at the murder scene of slain Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry. Or how about spying on the Associated Press? Or monitoring Fox News Reporter James Rosen's activities? Or not pursuing voter intimidation tactics by the New Black Panther Party during the 2008 election in Philadelphia? Or being held in contempt by Congress for failing to provide documents the committee requested regarding the Fast and Furious operation?
- The fact is any other U.S. Attorney General with this kind of deceitful and self-righteous background and behavior would have been impeached or fired by now. But wait---you're covered in black bubble wrap. My bad. That explains everything. Just ask Charlie Rangel.