The more I read and learn about Attorney General Eric Holder, the more questions I have, but there is one question in particular that is most puzzling of all. When the New Black Panthers stood brandishing clubs at the door of the polling place in Philadelphia in 2008, Holder refused to prosecute “my people.”
Who are “his” people? Ownership of people was made unlawful in the 1800s. Except for him, I do not know anybody who has any people of their own. Obviously his people are not We the People, so who are his people? Where does he keep them? How many people does he have? What does he do with them? How many Democrats know about this? and when did they know?
Stated simply, the Attorney General is the chief law enforcement officer of the United States. By refusing to prosecute violators of American law, Atty Gen Holder is certainly not enforcing any laws; is that not Dereliction of Duty? It is sickeningly obvious that nobody in this Administration intends to enforce any current laws. Instead, they choose which laws to enforce and which to ignore, they choose which parts of laws to enforce, and they are even selective about when they enforce anything. When they want something different, it’s easy to bypass Congress and rule by Executive Order. As a matter of fact, this Administration has sued a state for trying to enforce laws already on the books.
Back to my question: Most certainly Atty General Holder has only disdain or worse for the American people, and so– Who are Eric Holder’s people?