Monday, July 12, 2010

Where is the Justice in the DOJ?

Hat tip goes to K.C. who sent me the video embedded below. It is about the case of the racist New Black Party Party members who where charged with voter intimidation, but the Eric Holder Department of Justice (DOJ) dropped the case before the defendants were sentenced. At least one of the two members charged was a wild racist, as depicted quite well in the first part of the video. Glenn Beck comments on the whole situation on his TV show ...

Why was the case dropped last year? Was it a political pay off? With the Soetoro alias Obama Administration, it appears that justice takes a back seat to rewarding the faithfulness and loyalty of supporters no matter how devious, dangerous, unethical and destructive they may be.

The DOJ drops this sure thing case and picks on Arizona’s law that attempts to allow the state to do what the Federal government refuses to do – to enforce the immigration laws. Something is really topsy-turvy these days. The DOJ has filed a lawsuit against Arizona.

This persecution of justice is just another thing to remember come November when Congress faces its ultimate performance appraisal. Looks to me that there are 435 Representatives and around a third of the Senators that will either be given forced retirement or will need to look for other employment!

1 comment:

Matt said...

This is exactly why it is bad to have hate crimes legislation. As long as it is on the books, the party in power will always selectively enforce it.