Photo: Attorney General Eric Holder, President Barack Obama and activist Rev. Al Sharpton have done more to hurt the relationships of police officers and the people whom they serve and protect. And their legacy lives on with the current batch of radicals.
Former Attorney General Eric Holder, who was arguably the most dishonest and disgraceful man ever to hold the top position at the Justice Department, is probably fretting over what Republican lawmakers will eventually discover as they receive more and more court-ordered information regarding the DOJ’s and the FBI’s criminal or unethical actions.
Holder, who identified himself as being President Barack Obama “wing-man,” is demanding that Trump-supporting Republicans immediately end their search for proof that shows the Obama DOJ, under Holder and his successor Loretta Lynch, unethically abused the FISA court system and spied on the Trump campaign during the 2016 election without proper “probable cause” or “reasonable suspicion.”
“Eric Holder has a history of lying and obstruction of justice beginning with his confirmation hearing before a Democrat-dominated Senate Judiciary Committee. For example, he never mentioned his previous role as a criminal-defense lawyer for al-Qaeda prisoners detained at Gitmo [Guantanamo Bay, Cuba],” said former counter-terrorism expert and police commander Lloyd R. Keane.
“He also lied about his involvement in the ‘Fast & Furious’ gun-smuggling scandal that left two American law enforcement officers dead. We have a name for people such as Eric Holder, but I’ll use another term: Holder is a skunk who is no better than [former FBI Director James] Comey or Special Counsel Robert Mueller,” Keane told Conservative Base.
Sounding the Alarm for Eric Holder
The alarm bells are going off in Holder’s head now that GOP Judiciary Committee members picked up the “scent” of two key players: Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray (a Trump pick). Angered by the obstruction of Rosenstein and the inability of the Justice Department to provide witnesses to truthfully answer questions, questions, Republicans are becoming more and more furious and less and less courteous with the DOJ, FBI, Democratic Party lawmakers, and those who refuse to testify or who do testify but pull a “Lois Lerner:” plead the Fifth Amendment regarding self-incrimination.
On Thursday, July 5, Republicans — without any Democrats — passed a House resolution in that gives Rosenstein one week to handover the requested classified documents regarding the Trump/Russia probe. The vote was held one day after GOP lawmakers grilled disgraced FBI agent Peter Strzok for ten hours in a closed-door hearing. Disappointed lawmakers claimed afterwards that during his testimony, it appeared that Strzok was told by FBI attorneys not to answer any questions about the origin of the “Crossfire Hurricane” investigation, the code-name given to the Russian-Trump Collusion Investigation..
“The unprecedented disclosure of ongoing investigative material, FISA and national security documents to the complicit and unprincipled House Republicans sets a dangerous precedent and impacts the Mueller inquiry,” wrote Holder. “It must stop. Lines have to be drawn.”
“It’s always entertaining in a sense to hear someone like Holder or Obama or Mueller or Strzok worry about the government acting outside of the U.S. Constitution. But then again, Democrats look at the nation’s founding documents and they see how a bearded man wearing a dress is entitled to use a Women’s Restroom at a restaurant,” said political strategist and attorney Sidney Franes.