Race Hero Holder’s DoJ Stonewalls on New Black Panther Case

And justice for all:

That decision was made while career lawyers in the Voting Section of the Civil Rights Division were recommending that Justice seek sanctions in the case after they had won a default judgment in court. The lawyers were in the final stages of completing that work when they were told by their superiors to seek a delay, according to federal records and the interviews.

The delay was ordered by then-acting Assistant Attorney General Loretta King after she discussed the case with Mr. Perrelli, according to the interviews. Ms. King, a career senior executive service official, had been named by President Obama to temporarily fill the vacant political position of assistant attorney general for civil rights while a permanent choice could be made.

The complaint was dropped against the New Black Panther Party and two of its members, while the department sought a separate restraining order against the one party member who wielded a nightstick at the Philadelphia polling place in the November 2008 incident.

Questions about the dismissal have since spread to Congress with 14 Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee asking last week that Attorney General Eric. H. Holder Jr. be called to explain it. Their request was defeated in a party-line 15-14 vote.

It’s exactly this sort of corrupt, partisan crap that’s causing Obama’s favorability to sink like a stone.

In case you don’t know them, these are the people Holder’s protecting. And more stonewalling. And a little stupidly.

Actual heroism remembered
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23 Responses to Race Hero Holder’s DoJ Stonewalls on New Black Panther Case

  1. I'm Bobby Seale, bitch! says:

    The audacity of those Black Panthers! Just who/what do they think they are, White?

    “Like a stone!” HAhahaha, yet the party of White Power has not a single candidate of merit with which to challenge the honorable sitting President.

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  2. Dan Collins says:

    Equality before the law is partisanship, I see.

    I think that they are able to live by the same laws as I do, because I esteem them. I don’t think you understand that.

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  3. Joe's Momma's Gerbil's Twat says:

    You esteem no justice or law, you cheaply politicize these ideals at your chosen narrative’s convenience. I.M.H.O!

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  4. Dan Collins says:

    There’s nothing H about your O.

    It is not I who politicized these ideals. It is the DoJ.

    I treat them as men, not as moral cripples.

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    • Joe's Momma's Gerbil's Twat says:

      I think not, in reference to your last sentence. I’ll note that you’ve made no mention of any voter intimidation outside of your want to see a couple of Black men prosecuted.

      A little swallow of the bitter medicine of your own making is a good thing, well, that is, if you were a man of honest historical self-reflection.

      Your assessment of this situation is skewed, colored if you will, to petty politics of remorse and revenge, perhaps?

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      • Dan Collins says:

        No. When a person, no matter what his color, stands outside of a polling place brandishing a nightstick, and when that is caught on tape, that person out to go to jail.

        It’s called voter intimidation. It’s voter intimidation no matter what the color of the person.

        You know . . . like rape-rape.

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        • Joe's Momma's Gerbil's Twat says:

          You do realize that standing there in a confederate battle uniform while making such a pronouncement makes you look like a utter fool, no?

          … like a hypocritic tool-tool.

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        • Dan Collins says:

          Whereas you treat them as 3/5 of a person, strangely.

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        • Joe's Momma's Gerbil's Twat says:

          Best you get straight before you stand before Saint Peter. I state such sans disrespect, but, rather, with high hopes.

          Whenever you want to post a searing multi-part series titled thor’s Biggest Baddest Racist Cocksuckers of the Confederate South then you just let me know.

          I’ve some awful choice material to quote from. Have I mentioned that I, like Barrett Brown, am a proud son of Texas and not of the abolitionist and the Second Earl of Dartmouth’s, William Legge’s, proud legacy?

          Duel at high-noon, maybe? Arf.

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        • Dan Collins says:

          People’s backgrounds don’t as much interest me as their foregrounds.

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        • Joe's Momma's Gerbil's Twat says:

          Those guilty of past crimes most often use the same tack.

          Besides, Dan, seems to me you feebly attempt to smear Obama’s background as though that’s your most pleasurable pursuit in life, dare I describe your smearing as masturbatory?

          Hehehe.

          Now what’cha claiming, a righteous cleansing of certain of the past? Such is the swirling nature of delirious hypocrisy.

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        • Dan Collins says:

          Yeah, you just tell me when Mr. Buckstops stops sucking. Fewer and less pathetic lies would be a good place to start.

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        • SDN says:

          Duel at high noon? Oh, please, biotch….

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        • thor's mom says:

          Thor’s still pissed that I caught him jacking off to a poster of Lionel Richie.

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  5. Meep says:

    Well, it =could= sink Obama, if anybody knew about it.

    I don’t see this getting much covered outside the sphere of people who already don’t like Obama.

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  6. XBradTC says:

    The point isn’t really so much about the two Black Panther asshats. Stupid people are a dime a dozen in our country, and conveniently for the diversity crowd, they come in all colors, genders, shapes, sizes and political affiliations.

    The real issue is the actions of the DoJ. Career civil rights attorneys recommended and commenced prosecution, and then were overruled by a political appointee. Maybe there’s shenanigans there, maybe not. But the DoJ first blew off the judge. Then DoJ ignored Congress when it was asked about it. Then they blew off a FOIA request under the thinnest of pretexts.

    Nice to see Obama’s promise of transparency come to fruition.

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    • Meep says:

      Yes, the DOJ is more the problem than the Black Panthers in Philly, I agree.

      I’m not trying to belittle the problem, but to note that it’s hard for this issue to really impact Obama’ popularity if it’s not covered outside a small circle. I’m guessing most people outside political junkies have no idea about this whole situation.

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      • Meep says:

        And let me be more specific – if one referred to Eric Holder in the general public, generally the response will be “Eric who? Does he play for the Jets?”

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  7. Lars Gustafsson says:

    Dan,
    these meanspirited schizophrenics seem to be wanting to start a civil war, no? Or is it a case of anonymous tiger toungues overloading their equally anonymous humming bird asses? In any event, they certainly aren’t worth your time for all their asthmatic efforts to blow smoke up your ass.

    Your observant article, on the other hand, is certainly worth reading and forwarding. Thank you for your efforts.

    Perhaps you would consider putting in a literary septic system to deal with swill such as what these ignorant morons vomit at you?

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  8. Dan Collins says:

    I’m working on it, thanks, Lars, and it may be up and running as soon as Monday.

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  9. XBradTC says:

    You’ll also notice the VP announces that the DoJ will appeal the dismissal of charges against the Blackwater guards, but no one will answer questions about why they dropped this.

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