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Review: Holder Is ‘Obama’s Enforcer’ of Racialist, Lawless DOJ Agenda

June 9th, 2014 - 11:53 am

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A catalog of government lawlessness is more discomforting to contemplate when the catalog is contemporary. We are all familiar with tales of mischief, corruption and abuse of power from other ages and in other places. We call it history. But the new book Obama’s Enforcer by Hans von Spakovsky and John Fund documents the rank lawlessness that has saturated Eric Holder’s Justice Department, and thus, the Obama presidency.

Von Spakovsky and Fund’s book releases June 10. It details the radical nest that the Justice Department has become. Their book echoes what I still hear from Justice Department employees across the Department still stuck working for a lawless radical attorney general: you simply cannot believe what is happening inside DOJ.

Eric Holder is Obama’s enforcer. The authors catalog Holder as an enforcer for a progressive gang spanning across all agencies of the federal government. Obama’s enforcer has successfully turned the power and prestige of the Justice Department into a radicalized agency for fundamental change. Holder is the enforcer that has used his power to turn America away from post-racial possibilities and toward race-obsessed legal policies. According to the authors, Holder is the single most important change agent inside the single most important change agency.

The book also covers territory never before touched – namely, why is Holder so radicalized?

I’ve worked at the Justice Department, written a New York Times bestseller about the DOJ, and never discovered what the authors reveal: how Holder’s wife played a central role in turning Holder into a racialist radical.

CaptureThe authors secured an interview with one of Holder’s old buddies – Craig Donsanto. Donsanto was a lawyer at the Justice Department’s Public Integrity Section. Donsanto worked with Holder early in Holder’s DOJ career and spent many long days travelling with Holder on DOJ business. What Donsanto shares might explain Holder’s radicalism about race, most famously on display when he described “my people” before a committee of Congress.

Holder “changed” after his marriage, says Donsanto. Holder himself admitted that his wife has an “edge” that he doesn’t have because he “never saw the reality of racism or felt the insecurity that comes with it.”

To think that a racialist African-American Lady Macbeth might have had her husband “screw”  his “courage to the sticking place” and use the Justice Department to push a radical racialized progressive agenda would be a terrible sort of modern American tragedy.

So who is Sharon Malone? For starters, she owns a building all too happy to house an abortion clinic run by an indicted abortionist. But like her husband’s Justice Department, race is Malone’s primary (and angry) focus. Malone’s sister was one of the first to enroll at the University of Alabama, something Holder is keen to remind people about even 51 years later.  From the book:

Sharon Malone is a doctor in Washington who is very involved with organizations like the Coalition of 100 Black Women and makes no secret of her anger at the wrongs her family and other black Americans suffered, “to which the American government was, I wouldn’t say complicit, but at least indifferent.”

Malone must not have learned at Harvard that the “American government” sunk the treasure of two generations to free black Americans, and sacrificed the lives of hundreds of thousands of men working for the American government. But Obama’s Enforcer doesn’t stop at documenting Malone’s bitterness about race.  She’s also bitter toward America:

 Malone “drew a direct line from the sins of America’s racial past to the abuses of Guantanamo Bay detention center.”

Reading this part of Obama’s Enforcer, it isn’t hard to understand why Holder has upended civil rights law in the name of race, while at the same time supporting whatever is necessary to shut down Gitmo. In his family, the two are related.

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There really is not much left to say, Obama has so infested the federal government with racists, progressive hacks, and criminal conspiracies...


we'll be years rooting this scum out of our governmet..

and if these women, Sharon, Jarret do not see prison time for the criminality they brought with them to Washington, there is no justice..

once Obama's out, a GOP president can fire every single Obama appointee, he has the right... and we have the right to, to a clean government free of the radical hate spewing parasites.
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It won't matter whether Republicans ever control congress and the White House - I cannot see them having the cojones, the perseverance and the sheer will to hit back harder and hold these thugs anywhere close to accountable.

The cancerous race and class exploiters have metastasized to a giant tumor that will kill its host before the present generations will ever see meaningful reversal of the disease.
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My disgust at and contempt for this regime has passed beyond words. ಠ_ಠ
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What's pathetic is that in the so called "information age" many citizens might not be so receptive to this type of book since it's "biased" and "racist". The lack of intelligent thinking or even interest in knowing the harsh reality about this government will result in much conflict once its too late.
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It's no surprise to me why you don't see Eric Holder on TV that much anymore. The corruption and flat out racial hatred in his DOJ is so blatant he can't hide it, so he's the one hiding.
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She looks rather pale to be an angry black woman. And if Holder never felt insecurity about race until someone told him he ought to, that says a lot about the phoniness and bad faith behind the racial-grievance industry.
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Obama and Holder. And we are surprised by their behavior why?
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Urkel as Frank Nitti?

Beta Male bagman?

Pajama Nation Payback. Retribution disguised as redistribution.

Robin Hood in red plaid, getting some involuntary "reparations".

Payback. Retribution. Overthrow.

Equal protection and civil rights meted out by skin color. Well, the Democrats have centuries of history in honing that particular skill.
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May we procure a pardon and move on?
14 weeks ago
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It won't matter whether Republicans ever control congress and the White House - I cannot see them having the cojones, the perseverance and the sheer will to hit back harder and hold these thugs anywhere close to accountable.

The cancerous race and class exploiters have metastasized to a giant tumor that will kill its host before the present generations will ever see meaningful reversal of the disease.
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Lets not even semi-PC tipple toe around, it's racist, not "racialist", just as other things are Islamic, not "Islamist".
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An image of Eric Holder as pu$$y whipped pajama boy works.

"But Obama’s Enforcer doesn’t stop at documenting Malone’s bitterness about race. She’s also bitter toward America:"

Oh who cares, frankly ? Get over it, Sharon.

Eric's wife, "the little woman", was among the girl guests joining Michelle at Oprah's in Hawaii after Christmas. Valerie Jarrett was there, too, all of them gabbing and yakking at the expected intellectual level.

Eric Holder iis more interested in thought crime than he is crime crime and apparently doesn't have any problem using political power in pursuit of his jaded and ignorant views, reminiscent of Janet Napolitano's obsession with domestic terrorism.

Now thought crime is terror in U.S.?

http://www.wnd.com/2014/06/now-thought-crime-is-terror-in-u-s/
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Racialist? Why doesn't Adams use racist to describe Holder and his crazy wife? RINOS always surrender and pull their punches.
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Check the definitions of both 'racialist' and RINO. And that goes for the three who liked your comment as well.
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There's a first, being called a RINO. You better check with the association of RINO's first before using it in this way.
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Ditto and it's getting embarrassing with "Islamist" too
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Because a racialist uses race and a racist feels race.
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