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More on Eric Holder's Flying Monkeys at Media Matters

For more than a year, PJ Media has been reporting on the corrupt press shop inside the Department of Justice. The unit is headed by Press Harpy Tracy Schmaler. We broke a story in July about this relationship after a PJ Media public records request revealed communications between Media Matters' Matt Gertz and Schmaler about Fast and Furious. (More on the corrupt DOJ press shop: "Tracy Schmaler’s (and Eric Holder’s) Trip to the Tropics," "DOJ Leaks to TPM Muckraker Florida Will Be Sued Over Voter Rolls," "Tracy Schmaler – DOJ Shrieker in Chief.")

Today, Matthew Boyle blows the lid off of the relationship between the United States Department of Justice press shop and the leftist activists at Media Matters, particularly flying monkey Matt Gertz.

Boyle first documents Schmaler's work with the Soros-funded Media Matters to attack former DOJ officials, including me!  Boyle writes:

Emails sent in September and November 2010 show Schmaler working with Media Matters staffer Jeremy Holden on attacking news coverage of the New Black Panther Party voter intimidation scandal.

Holden attacked former DOJ Civil Rights Division attorneys J. Christian Adams and Hans von Spakovsky on Sept. 20, 2010 for what he called an attempt “to reignite the phony New Black Panther Party scandal.” . . .

Before Holden posted his article at 7:52 p.m., Schmaler sent him several emails with information helping him attack both former DOJ oficials.

Holden attacked Adams again, and Christopher Coates — another now-former DOJ  attorney.

After Holden published that piece, Schmaler sent him an email titled “Great  piece…” and continuing in the body of the message, “On USCCR investigation.’” One minute later, Holden responded, writing, “Thanks!”