“Why should our viewers believe that a 23 year old was able to blow the lid off of a case..” I.e. Fast and Furious”
President Obama’s nomination and appointment of Eric Holder as Attorney General was calculated to fundamentally undermine the fundamental rights guaranteed all citizens under our Constitution.
1) Patriot Action Network is reporting that documents obtained by Judicial Watch through a Freedom of Information request reveal that the Department of Justice colluded with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) while preparing its lawsuit against Arizona and the state’s immigration enforcement law. Emails between the two organizations that were obtained by Judicial Watch revealed information sharing and strategy discussions.
2) The Black Panther voter-intimidation scandal
3) Ben Johnson says Barack Obama has provided yet more proof that only his administration’s allies enjoy the equal protection of the law;
The List of injustices by the Justice Department , goes on and on…
“A new book promises to blow the lid off this case, claiming that the White House and the DOJ were behind the operation and then conspired to cover up what was actually an effort to advance an anti-gun agenda”
In other words the claim is that the White House [White House Translated =Obama] and the DOJ [Translated =Attorney General Eric Holder] were plotting a way around YOUR Constitutional 2nd Amendment Right to “…keep and bear arms”
In a January 13, 2009 Fox News article by John Lott, titled Eric Holder: Gun Grabber, John Lott wrote before Eric Holders Confirmation Hearings that:
“Just last year in a brief to the Supreme Court, Holder argued that “the Second Amendment did not protect an individual right to keep and bear arms,” that it only protected government militias’ rights to guns. He claimed that the Second Amendment posed no obstacle to implementing gun bans.”
In a Weekly Standard article by Jennifer Rubin on Jan 31, 2011, The Decline of the Justice Department, Jennifer S writes:
“Former attorney general Michael Mukasey is not prone to hyperbole. He’s a former federal judge, a meticulous lawyer, and, as he proved in succeeding Alberto Gonzales, a skilled administrator who restored morale to a Justice Department demoralized by scandals (real or concocted). He is also obviously nonplussed by the performance of his successor, Attorney General Eric Holder. In a far-ranging interview, he candidly asserts that Holder’s conduct in several key respects has been “amazing.” That’s not meant as a compliment.”