Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Attorney General Eric Holder Responds to James O’Keefe’s Example of Voter Fraud

Yesterday, James O’Keefe released a video showing Attorney General Eric Holder just how wrong he is about voter fraud. In it, a young white man is given the identification-less opportunity to vote as Holder – a middle-aged black man – at an accredited voting station in Washington DC.

And if he had wanted to, he would have been able to get away with it. Easily.

Today, the U.S. Department of Justice responded by saying, “It’s no coincidence that these so-called examples of rampant voter fraud consistently turn out to be manufactured ones.”

Manufactured? Sure. But it’s still exceedingly relevant since it shows just how easy it is to commit voter fraud when ID isn’t required.

And no matter how hard Mr. Holder tries, he can’t convince me that he’s too stupid not to know that. I can, however, be easily convinced that he’s smart enough to use the lax laws to his and his party’s advantage, especially when he has no problem bastardizing the legal system to suit his agenda elsewhere.

From what America has seen so far, that agenda includes allowing the Black Panthers to literally get away with murder.

Holder’s affinity for the militant racist group first came to light when he completely dismissed the voter intimidation case against them, which was built around solid, documented evidence filmed at voting stations during the 2008 presidential elections.

It should have been an easy case to prosecute, but the Attorney General made it an easy crime to get away with instead.

And he’s once again turning a blind eye to the Black Panthers’ bad behavior, this time with the Trayvon Martin case. While they’re not even trying to hide the bounty they’ve put on shooter George Zimmerman’s head (dead or alive), Holder hasn’t bothered to do so much as address the blatantly illegal case of vigilante justice, much less condemn it.

With that kind of unethical behavior seemingly his norm, it’s really no surprise President Obama’s Attorney General wouldn’t care to reconsider his views in the face of O’Keefe’s damning evidence.

Evidence clearly doesn’t matter to him, just race and partisan gains, no matter how unethically they’re attained.

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