Attorney General Eric Holder has again shown his true colors – his disdain for America and her laws. Recently, he took action against the Romeike family that is seeking asylum in the United States after being forced to flee their home country or risk losing their five children to the German government. Germany was attempting to force the Romeikes to put their children in a government school against their religious beliefs in a terrifying repeat of history.
Holder said that asylum should not be granted to homeschoolers because, according to him (not the law), homeschooling is not protected under religious freedom.
Regarding education, the federal government does not have the right to break the law by implementing any type of educational curriculum. Parents are responsible for training their children in the way they should go (Prov. 22:6), not the federal government (Tenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution).
The fallout of federal education is stupefying. More than 700,000 students who graduate high school each year cannot even read their own diplomas. Bill Bennett, the Secretary of Education under Reagan, said, “The longer you stay in school in America, the dumber you get.”
Eric Holder doesn’t have a right to break the law; his job is to ensure the rights of the people, not to strip them away.
Holder, who is appointed to magnify the law against crime, has instead repeatedly magnified crime against the law.
On Wednesday, March 6, 2013, Eric Holder testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee, implying that Wall Street tycoons are above the law, in essence giving them a license to plunder the American people. Holder’s head of the criminal division did not prosecute a single Wall Street executive for the fraud that destroyed the economy.
Eric Holder has directed the DOJ not to enforce the federal Defense of Marriage Act. In doing so, Holder has violated his oath of office and clearly shows his violation of the laws of Nature and Nature’s God.
As we all know, Eric Holder is guilty of putting thousands of assault rifles into the hands of Mexican drug lords in an attempt to blame the American people for the crimes administration officials are guilty of contriving and committing. As a result, Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was killed, along with hundreds of Mexican civilians, including teens at a birthday party and a Mexican beauty queen.
Soon after being sworn in as Obama’s attorney general, Holder ordered the voter intimidation case against the Black Panthers during the 2008 presidential election to be dropped.
During his tenure as Bill Clinton’s Deputy Attorney General, Holder was involved in the controversial pardon of Marc Rich, a major Democratic contributor and fugitive for tax fraud. Holder advised Rich’s lawyer to bypass the normal pardon request procedures and take their plea directly to the White House. Holder also failed to inform prosecutors that a pardon was in process for Rich, denying them the opportunity to intervene.
The Canada Free Press reported that against the express wishes of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the federal prosecutor, and the victims of the Boricua Popular Army, at Holder’s recommendation, Bill Clinton granted clemency to the 16 convicted terrorist group members.
Article II, Section 4, of the U.S. Constitution states the grounds for impeachment: “all civil officers of the United States shall be removed from office on impeachment for, and conviction of, treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors.”
Since 1797, the House of Representatives has impeached 16 federal officials.
It is time to bind criminals such as Eric Holder down with the chains of the Constitution, as Benjamin Franklin put it. America is a government of the People, by the People, and for the People. Therefore, it is OUR responsibility to uphold the laws of our republic and hold our public servants to their oaths of office to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States.
If we fail to do so, our government will become “a source of terror to all its citizens” and create “a country where everyone lives in fear.”