Have you ever noticed, and I’m sure you have, that whenever confronted with any of the many inconvenient truths regarding themselves and/or their rather checkered past, Democrats simply rewrite any history of their involvement in such unsavory acts as slavery, segregation or the allowing into our country all manner of individuals who have no business here so as to make it appear that that involvement never really took place. And the degree to which they have been successful in having done so is legendary, and rarely are Democrats challenged regarding their version of history.
Which brings to Tuesday’s thrilling broadcast of MSNBC’s “All In,” during which ex-Attorney General Eric Holder accused President Trump of not believing in the rule of law and for taking what Holder said is a “situational” approach where he wants to treat his supporters better than everyone else. Now to me the man he is describing sounds much more like Holder’s old boss than our current president, but maybe that’s just me. Holder himself has quite the reputation for being someone who is not a big supporter of the rule of law. His tenure as AG is full of examples of just that.
Holder said the president “believes in situational law and order. And there is no way that I think you can resolve the tension that you have you just described [Trump’s comments on former White House staffer Rob Porter and the Cohen raid, compared with his stances on executing drug dealers and immigration]. He is not a believer in, at base, in the rule of law. He wants to make sure that those people who he likes, the people who support him are treated in one way, and those other people, whoever those other people are, are treated in a different way.”
Holder is such a kidder. After all, here we have a guy who ran guns to the drug cartels, who then lied to Congress about it, and who remains complicit in the murders of two U.S. law enforcement agents, and hundreds of Mexican citizens. And now he’s helping leftists in California break federal immigration law. He should be in prison, not mouthing off about anyone else’s respect for the rule of law. But this is the modus operandi for scum like Holder, accuse others of what you are guilty of to make yourself appear innocent while discrediting your ‘enemy’ at the same time.
Look, I think we all recognize the fact that laws are routinely broken by Democrats, especially if doing so gets them what they want. But, shame on anyone else who doesn’t follow the law to the letter! Democrats use the law to get power over others and to hurt people, not by inflicting pain but by placing burdens of people that do nothing but restrict our freedoms. Laws are never obeyed by Democrats if doing so, prevents them from meeting the objectives they have set for themselves. Democrats require societal chaos and consequences of it in order to advance their agenda.
Holder should have been in prison when he and his Communist comrades, the Black Panthers, took over a government military building at Colombia University at gun point in the 1980’s and held it for three days. He should have been thrown in prison again when he and his buddy Barry ‘O’ came up with a scheme to sell guns to the drug cartels and then blamed the hundreds of killings in Mexico committed with those same guns on American gun shows and gun shops and screamed for more gun control. He and Barry both should be in prison for those murders they caused in Mexico.
Like so many on the left, and more than a few on the right as well, Holder is projecting. Hitlery has skated for decades when it comes to the many crimes that she has committed. And Holder is just as bad. Fast and Furious was his creation that allowed thousands of weapons to end up in the hands of drug lords, and used to kill border agents. That’s nothing short of treason. Justice would be seeing, live on your television screen, Holder being perp walked, out of a federal courthouse near you in chains followed closely behind by Hitlery, as well as Barry ‘O’ himself.
And let’s not forget that this was the guy responsible for the slap-on-the-wrist to those involved in the Black Panther voter harassment case, because the victims were white, and, the defendants, black. Holder himself testified to Congress that he didn’t think the conduct of the black militants who dressed in military garb and brandished truncheons outside a polling place was as bad as what blacks experienced during the Civil Rights era, so, in his mind, full penalties and enforcement of federal voting rights law wasn’t warranted in the case. Following the rule of law?
So, Holder basically admitted, and in live testimony no less, that his personal standard for enforcing federal civil rights law was whether the conduct complained-of rose to a level similar to what blacks experienced in the 1960’s and 1970’s. Holder is a vile hypocrite of the very worst kind. He has no credibility whatsoever when it comes to having a rational, and serious, discussion regarding race-neutral federal law enforcement. Because he is black his view is that blacks can do no wrong as long as whatever is being perpetrated is being perpetrated against whites. Pretty pathetic.