Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Ask Congress to Haul In-Eric Holder Again - Re: Zimmerman Case

"We have always been and continue to be, in too many ways, essentially a nation of cowards...America in the year 2009 does not, in some ways, differ significantly from the country that existed some fifty years ago..Given all that we as a nation went through during the civil rights struggle." Eric Holder speech for Black History Month 2009

I was not going to publish this until after Eric Holder addressed the NAACP, just to see if he would lay off his full frontal attack on George Zimmerman. Instead, Holder targeted the "Stand Your Ground" laws as the REAL problem causing homicidal carnage across the U.S.  Forget Chicago. Since Eric Holder has been relentlessly intimidating Zimmerman for over a year, its high time that Congress call him him in and interrogate/hound and humiliate him for the violation of George Zimmerman's civil rights. As Mark Levin said, "Today its Zimmerman, tomorrow its us." The  DOJ and the FBI must be quite frustrated from not being abel to find racial dirt on George Zimmerman. Instead, the FBI has had to jot down into their note pads Zimmerman's exhaustive non-racial behavior such as, Zimmerman campaigning for the white-black man Obama, taking a black girl to his prom, defending a black homeless man beaten by a policeman's relative, and tutoring poor black children. Instead, if the FBI was worth their snooping credentials, they would have found that Trayvon not only hated white folks, but, according to star witness Rachael Jenteal, possibly beat up George Zimmerman because he was a gay "ass cracker." Look at the urban dictionary definition here for "ass cracker," and pardon the vulgarity.

Attorney General Eric Holder is actually the Prosecutor General of the United States. He is a model and sets the tone for court prosecutors from the Fed all the way down  to Sanford, Florida. If he is able to get away with such harassment of a citizen of the U.S., then prosecutors and judges across the land are at liberty to do the same - Immutable Prosecution -  never liable for incompetent and prejudicial prosecutions.

Some people never learn. Attorney Genera Holder, alone, has the distinction as being the only Cabinet member to have ever been held in contempt by the United States Congress. Under a President who cannot resist but to ignore laws enforcing the U.S. border, how could one expect Eric Holder to have any admiration for "a nation of laws?" As many times as Eric Holder has successfully stonewalled the American Congress in matters such as Fast and Furious, Ben Ghazi, IRS investigations, etc. how could he not add to his legacy except by siccing the FBI, along with  the Civil Rights commission, on a man such as George Zimmerman - twice, in fact? The Department of Justice/Civil Rights Division, having not succeeded in finding evidence that Zimmerman is a racist, has resorted to advertising for anyone to report evidence of Zimmerman's supposed  racism to this government sponsored website

Florida's Governor succumbed to Black Panther/NAACP/Media/Eric Holder/Obama  pressure by appointing the hapless State Prosecutor Angela Corey, who, having also not learned anything, is continuing to look for ways of prosecuting Mr. Zimmerman, despite his acquittal as voted by 6 Florida heroines. I understand that Angela Corey has the same mindset as Eric Holder, although Ms Corey is a Republican. They are people possessed, as my mom would say. Despite the lengthy DOJ/FBI investigations since last year, Barbara Boxer of California, seeking to pacify Black Californians some of whom may burn down  a few of her state's cities, has asked for a RENEWED investigation into George Zimmerman's non existent hatred for African Americans.

As the over one year investigation into possible civil rights violations committed by George Zimmerman continues, and as FBI agents, under the direction of Eric Holder, continue to waste time attempting to find dirt on a man who has had many black friends, and no history of racism, it is high time that Congress - the Senate and House Judiciary Committees - perform another exhaustive investigation into Eric Holder's obvious prejudices against the Hispanic, or White, or White Hispanic man Mr. Zimmerman. Attorney General Eric Holder has used his office, quite obviously, for political purposes. Having Mr. Holder interrogated for malfeasance must be done in order to send the message that we Americans are tired of the political race card game. I understand that President Obama, Democrats in general, as well as the Justice Department must keep the racist  flames burning for their political livelihood, but they are now at the point of causing more damage than that which was wrought in the riots of the 1960's and 1970's.

The media, especially MSNBC and CNN are dying on the broadcast vine, but still have enough racist anchors that they may not be satisfied until there is a more violent racial revolution. Stopping Holder could slow down the insurrection which is not so quietly already occurring in the cities of Chicago, Detroit, Oakland and LA - although totally ignored by the professional race baiters. There are already too many examples of blacks randomly beating up Whites and Hispanics who may have sympathy, or not, for Zimmerman. Where has it been written that African Americans, Gays, Hispanics and LGBTQ groups cannot also hate, or be prejudiced and bigoted?

Please, contact your Senators and Representatives who could, at least, question Attorney General Eric Holder on his intentions. If George Zimmerman is a hater, then we all could be indicted at some time for offenses against the very subjectively executed Hate Crimes laws.

House Of Representative Committee On The Judiciary - Republicans
Committee Members

Hon. Goodlatte
(R) Virginia, 6th
Hon. Sensenbrenner Jr.
(R) Wisconsin, 5th
Hon. Smith
(R) Texas, 21st
Hon. Chabot
(R) Ohio, 1st
IssaHon. Bachus
(R) Alabama, 6th
Hon. Forbes
(R) Virginia, 4th
Hon. King
(R) Iowa, 4th
Hon. Franks
(R) Arizona, 8th
Hon. Gohmert
(R) Texas, 1st
Hon. Jordan
(R) Ohio, 4th 

Hon. Poe
(R) Texas, 2nd
Hon. Chaffetz
(R) Utah, 3rd
Hon. Marino
(R) Pennsylvania, 10th

Hon. Gowdy
(R) South Carolina, 4th

Mark Amodei
Hon. Amodei
(R) Nevada, 2nd

Hon. Labrador
(R) Idaho, 1st

Hon. Farenthold
(R) Texas, 27th

Hon. Holding
(R) North Carolina, 13th

Hon. Collins
(R) Georgia, 9th

Hon. DeSantis
(R) Florida, 6th

Rep. Jason Smith
Hon. Smith
(R) Missouri, 8th