Eric Holder Wishes He Could Punish More Victims of False Allegations

While Eric Holder wishes it were easier to prosecute civil rights cases, he throws out his own imaginary accusations to show where that would lead.

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Everything you need to know about Eric Holder and his failed ideology is contained in the headline and sub-head of this Politico article:

Eric Holder’s parting shot: It’s too hard to bring civil rights cases
In an exit interview, the attorney general says his critics may be partly driven by race.

Mr. Holder, the reality is that it must be hard to bring such cases because it’s far too easy to make completely baseless accusations. Tawana Brawley, Trayvon Martin, Ferguson… how many examples do we need of incidents where people have used skin color and bald-faced lies to ignite firestorms?

In your case, I can’t speak for every yahoo, living in a compound somewhere, but I can speak for a huge majority of us: Opposition to you has ZERO to do with race, and everything to do with your completely failed beliefs of totalitarian Statism.

[See also, “Obama, Holder Have More White Privilege than Most Whites.”]

We don’t need you or anyone else to rule over us with your trendy ideas. We need a government focused only on protecting us from criminals inside and outside the nation. You can’t see that because you are one of the worst form of criminals in existence—those who have crafted a tortured justification for stealing from the People to implement ideas against the will of those paying the bills.

The color of your skin is a total non-issue. It’s the ruddy color of your immoral political beliefs that guarantees opposition from every person who loves liberty. Go ahead, blame your failures on others. Just another demonstration of the intellectual weakness that keeps a lot of people focused on phantom grievances rather than real solutions.

One last note. Here’s a quotation from Holder in the article that is telling:

I have to catch up on “House of Cards,” … “Homeland,” a lot of movies that I”ve not had a chance to see. … I”ll undoubtedly watch “The Godfather” for the 50th time. That’s my favorite all-time movie. I haven’t seen that for a while.

 I think it’s highly illustrative that his favorite movie is The Godfather. Clearly that’s the model for Chicago politics: ruthless oppression, plunder, and murder.