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Thursday, September 25, 2014

Black Supremacist, Scandal-Plagued Criminal General Eric Holder Resigns Today; CG May Have Committed More Crimes Than All of His Predecessors Combined

 

Attorney General Eric Holder speaks during a news conference at the Justice Department in Washington, Sept. 4, 2014, to announce the Justice Department's civil rights division will launch a broad [fishing expedition] civil rights investigation in the Ferguson, Mo., Police Department. (Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP Photo)
 

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

“He will note he has loved the Justice Department since, when he was a boy, he watched how, under Attorney General Kennedy, the Department played a leadership role in advancing the civil rights movement. During his tenure as Attorney General, Holder has had Attorney General Kennedy’s portrait in his conference room.”

Oh, my. Could he tell any bigger lies? Bobby Kennedy authorized the wiretapping of Martin Luther King Jr.’s hotel rooms, in order to catch him speaking with communist comrades. The wiretaps inadvertently recorded King’s daily trysts (sometimes more than once a day) with one-night stands, mistresses, and prostitutes.

And when the Poor People’s March on Washington took place on August 28, 1963, in which King gave his most famous, and most dishonest speech at the Lincoln Memorial, it was Bobby Kennedy who told racist speaker (now congressman and race-hoaxer) John Lewis, of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee, that the communist speech that Lewis planned to deliver, and that Kennedy had vetted, was unacceptable. Kennedy got the other march leaders to pressure Lewis, and had two aides ready to literally “‘pull the plug’ on the public address system,” had Lewis gone ahead with the planned speech. As a result, Lewis delivered a watered-down speech.

[Source: David J. Garrow, Bearing the Cross: Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1986.]

 

Attorney General Eric Holder to Resign
September 25, 2014, 10:52 A.M. ET
By Pierre Thomas, Mike Levine, Jack Date and Jack Cloherty

Attorney General Eric Holder will resign, a Justice Department official tells ABC News.

Holder was the nation's first African-American attorney general.

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According to the official, "Attorney General Holder has discussed his plans personally with the president on multiple occasions in recent months, and finalized those plans in an hour-long conversation with the president at the White House residence over Labor Day weekend.

"At a formal announcement later today, the attorney general plans to express his personal gratitude to the President for the opportunity to serve in his administration and to lead the Justice Department, which he will call the 'greatest honor of my professional life.' He will note he has loved the Justice Department since, when he was a boy, he watched how, under Attorney General Kennedy, the Department played a leadership role in advancing the civil rights movement. During his tenure as Attorney General, Holder has had Attorney General Kennedy’s portrait in his conference room."

In a recent interview with ABC News, Holder hinted that the end was near.

"But I think by the time I get to the end of this year, that'll be a time for me to make a decision about whether I want to continue in my service as attorney general," he said in July.

Holder will remain at the Department of Justice until his post is filled.

In an interview with ABC News’ Pierre Thomas earlier this year, Holder reflected on the personal sacrifices he had made during his nearly six-year tenure.

“There's no question that this is a -- it's a demanding job. But it is the honor of my professional life to serve the American people as attorney general,” Holder said.

“There are sacrifices that I've had to make [like what?], that my family has had to make. [The only people who made sacrifices during Holder’s criminal tenure were normal, patriotic, white Americans.] And I am forever in the debt of my wonderful wife, who has done a great job with our kids while I've not been able to be there as much as I've wanted to be. And I also am indebted to my kids, who have, you know, missed their dad over the course of these 5.5 years or so.”

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

There is more to this black supremest resigning than meets the eye, I'll bet.