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There goes one of those dreams again


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The full, six-count indictment against Attorney General Eric Holder

Doug Ross says the following is a transcription of a monologue by former prosecutor Jeanine Pirro that lays down a startling list of criminal activities:

Count 1: Perjury, for the May 15th statement before the House Judiciary Committee that you, Eric Holder, know nothing about the potential prosecution of the press -- that it's not something you've ever been involved with -- when, in truth, you not only knew the statement was not true, you personally approved the seeking of a warrant for those records.

Count 2: False Statement, Knowingly making a False Statement within the matter of the jurisdiction of the Legislative Branch, for that same testimony. Although here, an enhanced sentence for Obstruction.

Count 3: Aiding and Abetting, for your role in Fast and Furious, Aiding and Abetting for your letter to the House Judiciary Committee dated February 4, 2011, by your Deputy Ron Wyden stating unequivocally that there was no gun-walking and no weapons sent across the Mexican border. That statement was also a lie, which you had to admit after.

Count 4: Misprision of Felony, for your knowledge when you had a duty to stop the gun-running to Mexico, and your failure to do so.

Count 5: Perjury, for your lies to Congress that you first heard about Fast and Furious in late April of 2011 when even the president admits he knew about it before that. (actually Holder knew before March 24, 2009)

Count 6: Conspiracy, allowing for the use of and providing guns to the Mexican Cartels during a drug-trafficking offense in furtherance of a drug-trafficking conspiracy.

Eric Holder is now a political liability not only for Barack Obama, but the entire Democrat Party. Combined with the pain that ObamaCare will inflict, the midterm elections are shaping up to be a disaster. That may explain why, in Walter Russell Mead's view, "the long knives may be coming out for Holder".


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Holder is Obama's man, his 'do-boy'. Holder doesn't do anything unless Obama and his handlers discuss and approve it. As long as they think they can control and/or out-last the media storm, they will stonewall; if Holder becomes too much of a liability, he will resign and their lap-dogs will howl "Racist!". Holder will be given a new big-money job somewhere and another Obamunist will replace him.  Same old, same old.
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When it comes to Holder's actions, this is just the tip of the iceberg. What's most disturbing to me is that Obama still supports him!
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Eric Holder's long history of lying to Congress

Investor's Business Daily says before he lied to Congress while under oath about what he knew about targeting reporters, he lied about Fast and Furious. As early as the New Black Panthers case, Eric Holder had a problem with the truth.

That the House Judiciary Committee is investigating whether Attorney General Eric Holder lied under oath during his May 15 testimony on Department of Justice (DOJ) surveillance of reporters comes as no surprise. People have forgotten about the New Black Panther case, perhaps the most clear-cut case of voter suppression and intimidation ever. On Election Day 2008, New Black Panther Party members in military garb were videotaped intimidating voters outside a Philadelphia polling place.

The slam-dunk prosecution of these thugs was dropped by Holder's Justice Department. When asked why, Holder, on March 1, 2011, testified before the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science and Related Agencies that the "decisions made in the New Black Panther Party case were made by career attorneys in the department."

Holder lied, for the decisions were made by political appointees. J. Christian Adams, a former career DOJ attorney in the Voting Rights Section, testified before the U.S. Civil Rights Commission that it was Associate Attorney General Thomas Perrelli, an Obama political appointee, who overruled a unanimous recommendation for prosecution by Adams and his associates.

Documents obtained by Judicial Watch and a ruling by Judge Reggie B. Walton of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia in response to a suit brought by the group show that "political appointees within DOJ were conferring about the status and resolution of the New Black Panther Party case in the days preceding the DOJ's dismissal of claims in that case."

Fast forward to Fast and Furious, the Obama administration's program to "walk" guns across the border and into the hands of Mexican drug cartels in furtherance of its gun control agenda.

"When did you first know about the program officially I believe called Fast and Furious? To the best of your knowledge, what date?" House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa asked Holder in sworn testimony on May 3, 2011. "I'm not sure of the exact date, but I probably heard about Fast and Furious for the first time over the last few weeks," was Holder's response.

Holder lied: A July 2010 memo shows Michael Walther, head of the National Drug Intelligence Center, told Holder that straw buyers in Fast and Furious "are responsible for the purchase of 1,500 firearms that were then supplied to the Mexican drug trafficking cartels."

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Lamar Smith, R-Texas, said other documents indicate Holder began receiving weekly briefings on the program from the National Drug Intelligence Center on or before that date.

In an exchange with Sen. Pat Leahy on Nov. 8, 2011, Holder admitted his May 3 testimony was inaccurate when he said he knew about Fast and Furious for a "few weeks." He later changed that to a "couple months."

But the memo from Walther referring to Fast and Furious in detail was sent directly to Holder on July 5, 2010 -- not a "couple months" before he testified in May.

No surprise then on May 15, 2013, before the House Judiciary Committee, Holder lied when he said: "In regard to potential prosecution of the press for the disclosure of material, this is not something I've been involved in, heard of, or would think would be wise policy."

He personally signed off on James Rosen's warrant. Holder's defenders say the statement is technically correct because he never meant to prosecute Rosen, only to find the leaker. If so, then he lied to a federal judge.

Similarly, Holder's testimony to the House Judiciary Committee that he had recused himself from the Associated Press leak investigation that led to the blanket seizure of call records is not backed up by a formal recusal letter, which is required under such circumstances.

So we have at least four counts of lying to Congress by the chief law enforcement officer of the United States.

When did the lies begin? Looks like right after he took the oath of his office.

Don't forget the March 24, 2009 announcement that the Justice Department was initiating Fast & Furious by Holder's deputy.


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Holder to stay for another year

Keith Koffler is reporting that Attorney General Eric Holder will stay on as Attorney General for about a year, according to Fox News.
 
Holder remains even though he is embroiled in several controversies, including the "Fast and Furious" gun running operation and his decision not to tell the White House about evidence the FBI had uncovered that former CIA Director David Petraeus was having an affair.


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Hey! It's OK for Gallup to over-charge as long as they fudge the poll in Obama's favor and he always 'wins'.  But even with top-loading the poll with more Democrats, it didn't work this time and Romney was the winner. This lack of loyalty to Dear Leader must be punished! The Emperor's new clothes are most beautiful and his record is unblemished.

What do you expect from The Usurper and the HolderWaffen DoJ? It's the Chicago Way, what's the sense of having political power if you are not going to abuse it?
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Obama and Holder sledgehammer the First Amendment

William Tate says that in a move that could have chilling First Amendment consequences, the Obama regime this week showed that it's willing to use the full weight and power of the Justice Department to pummel any media outlet that doesn't toe the party line.
 
Within days of the Gallup Organization issuing, essentially, a veiled warning to the Obama gang about tinkering with unemployment numbers, Obama's DOJ jumped, jackboots first, into a multi-million dollar legal action against Gallup, in a case initiated by a former Obama operative.

Others have noted that the DOJ action occurred after Gallup had Mitt Romney ahead of Obama in its polling for a few days. But as we've pointed out, it's not Gallup's horse race numbers that have the Chicago gang concerned. This far out from the election, Likely Voter numbers are about as convincing as David Axelrod's combover. What Axelrod and his co-conspirators are really worried about are Gallup's jobless numbers.

Gallup's monthly unemployment survey of 30,000 adults is arguably the most comprehensive research done on the nation's jobless situation, other than the Bureau of Labor Statistics study of 60,000 households. Gallup publishes its research without seasonal adjustments. The BLS's version applies adjustments in an alchemic formula that's more mysterious than the Shroud of Turin.

Twice this summer, Gallup has published a report calling into question discrepancies between its unadjusted research and what is being tallied in the adjusted O-fficial statistics. In reporting in its latest jobless numbers -- in a commentary titled August Unemployment Not Looking Good -- Gallup noted (emphases added):

Regardless, barring heroic adjustments or a sharp change in direction, Gallup data suggest the seasonally adjusted U.S. unemployment rate for August will increase -- possibly substantially -- when announced in early September.

In other words, Gallup said the only way unemployment numbers don't go up next month is if someone in Obamaland puts a finger on the scale.

A few days later, Eric Holder dropped the fifty-pound sledgehammer on Gallup, joining in a "whistleblower" action. The original complaint alleges that the Gallup organization inflated the number of hours required to do polling projects for the U.S. Mint, the State Department, and other federal agencies. (Why federal agencies even think they need to do polling is another subject for another time.)

The complaint was filed by a former Gallup employee who -- in a sheer coincidence, no doubt -- was a field organizer for Obama in 2008, according to the Daily Caller and other sources. Holder's action essentially makes the Justice Department the lawyer for the former (?) Obama operative.

From the DOJ release (emphasis added):

The lawsuit was filed under the qui tam, or whistleblower, provisions of the False Claims Act, which permit private parties to sue on behalf of the United States for submission of false claims to the government. The private plaintiffs are entitled to receive a share of any funds recovered through the lawsuit. The False Claims Act authorizes the United States to intervene in such a lawsuit and take over primary responsibility for litigating it. The False Claims Act allows for recovery of three times the government's losses, plus civil penalties.

For the record, Gallup's General Counsel Steve O'Brien denied any wrongdoing. "We believe that the allegations and the legal theory that the Justice Department is using are entirely meritless."

As we have detailed, Gallup's unemployment data stands to potentially refute any attempt the Obama gang makes to portray an improving economy approaching the election. Continuing abysmal jobless numbers, if accurately reported to voters, should all but doom Obama's chances in November. If the Obama administration jobless claims do not jibe with the numbers reported by Gallup, even the Obama propaganda machine, the legacy media, might start to take note.

It could be yet another coincidence that, a few days after Gallup's comments about Obama administration unemployment data, the Department of Justice announced that it had joined in a complaint that had been filed three years earlier.

The timing, however, would indicate anything but.

If Gallup did something wrong, the company should be held to account. But the timing of the action and the apparent ties of the original complainant to the Obama administration call into question the motivation behind the DOJ action.

You can say what you like about pollsters -- I never did care for 'em -- but Gallup publishes its information, much of it at least, publicly, on its website and through media outlets with which it partners. Gallup's site publishes lively articles on research ranging from why hospitals don't provide great service to how many Americans smoke. (Does a certain occupant of the White House, I wonder?)

Gallup has every First Amendment right that other media outlets have. It will be interesting to see if any other media organizations side against Obama's apparent heavy-handed attempt to stifle Gallup's voice.

 


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And if it was White Panthers?? 
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This whole affair in Florida seems like a post 20th century KKK lynch mob except now it is the Blacks doing the lynching with the Hoodie as the new head gear. Usurper obama and his coherts have done more to set back race relations in this country, than could have ever been imagined over the last 3 years...God help us... 

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Holder let's Black Panthers skate... again

Fox Nation is reporting that J. Christian Adams, a former Justice Department Attorney, talked to Brian Kilmeade on Fox & Friends this morning about why he felt the New Black Panther party were being ignored by Attorney General Eric Holder, despite their illegal threat to 'capture' Trayvon Martin shooter George Zimmerman.
   
Adams argues that the Justice Department needs to focus on them because "You cannot solicit kidnapping in the State of Florida, it's a felony."
 
"The new Black Panthers think they are above the law" and Adams attributes this thinking to Eric Holder's Department of Justice.

This is not the first time the New Black Panther party have gotten a pass from the Attorney General after a voter intimidation case was dropped.

Adams, now an attorney in Virginia and a conservative blogger for Pajamas Media, says he and the other Justice Department lawyers working on the case were ordered to dismiss it.
 
"I mean we were told, 'Drop the charges against the New Black Panther Party,'" Adams told Fox News, adding that political appointees Loretta King, acting head of the civil rights division, and Steve Rosenbaum, an attorney with the division since 2003, ordered the dismissal.

 

Related:   Bond set for New Black Panther leader in weapons case
 

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Eric Holder is a breathtaking loser, a breed of criminal asskisser (like Kagan) whose success depends on enabling bigger fish criminals.  
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They both need to be gone from the government and allowed to rest for awhile in Leavenworth. The accompanying rest for America would be a blessing itself.

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Coach Collins says we know that Eric Holder is a liar and a criminal facilitator based on what we have learned about his conduct in the Fast and Furious crimes.  We are now finding out Holder has been a Democrat "cleaner" and cover up artist for as far back as the Oklahoma City Bombing and maybe Waco and Ruby Ridge as well.  Holder is a despicable excuse for a human being and that is why Obama appointed him.

We should have recognized this lowlife’s traits when he not only refused to prosecute "his people" the armed Black Panthers who intimidated Whites attempting to vote, but hounded and harassed any of his deputies who attempted to bring them to justice.

This criminal posing as our Attorney General and his equally anti American boss in the White House have succeeded in turning the purpose of the Department of Justice (DoJ) 180 degrees away from its original mission.

What has been lost in history and smothered by the Democrat controlled media is that when the Republican controlled Congress established the DoJ in 1871 its specific purpose, as outlined by Republican President U.S. Grant, was to fight the Democrats in the Ku Klux Klan who were intimidating and murdering the recently freed African American former slaves living in the Southern States.

At that time we saw Grant, a white Republican president, appoint Amos Akerman a white Attorney General, and instruct him to use the power of the federal government against the Democrat Party’s KKK to enforce the 15th Amendment which gave freed slaves the right to vote.

Today we see Barack Obama, a black Democrat president, who has appointed Eric Holder, a black Attorney General allowing and encouraging him to refuse to prosecute club wielding Black Panther thugs who were filmed in the act of intimidating White people attempting to vote.  Obama is standing by and watching Holder use the power of the federal government to deny white Americans the right to vote.  That both he and Holder only have the right to vote themselves is because of the sacrifice of over 360,000 Union troops on the battlefields of the Civil War means nothing to this criminal duo.

Is it hard to believe what we are now finding out about Holder’s role in the Oklahoma City murder of 168 people?

Turning things upside down is, after all, the mark of the Great Deceiver.
 


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