Eric’s on the Job

Eric Holder

Eric Holder, the man who brought us Fast and Furious and the continuing Benghazi cover-up, issues a stern warning to Americans in the aftermath of the Boston Massacre:

“Attorney General Eric Holder declared Monday that the Justice Department is on the lookout for acts of violence or discrimination that signal a backlash to the Boston Marathon bombings earlier this month in which three people were killed and scores wounded.”

Holder’s on the job!

“In the dozen years since 9/11, this commitment has led the department to investigate more than 800 incidents involving threats, assaults, and acts of vandalism and violence targeting Muslims, Arabs, Sikhs, South Asians, and others who are perceived to be members of these groups,”

Mr. Holder’s “800 incidents” seem mild when compared to what transpired on 9/11, and certainly when compared to the continuing attacks by radical Muslims on US citizens, on US soil that have left more than sixty dead since.

Perhaps the Office of the United States attorney should warn Muslims in the United States that their continued reign of terror must come to an immediate end, rather that spend his time trying to paint Americans as anything but victims of Islamofascism.

Radical Islamists have slaughtered over 3,000 Americans on U.S. soil in the last twelve years.

I think that, contrary to Holder’s portrayal, Americans have exhibited a superhuman amount of restraint toward Muslims in the US.



One thought on “Eric’s on the Job

  1. Of course, Holder’s appointment was purely merit-based. There simply wasn’t a better candidate to be had in the entire USA. Despite his, uh, controversial track record under Clinton, his brilliance was just, you know, overpowering. What else could Obama do? Any appearance of racial or ideological bias is purely coincidental and, of course, unfounded. We have the best of all possible Attorney Generals. Same as with all of Obama’s other appointments, starting with Biden. OK, so can I get my own MSNBC show now? Or am I still too objective?

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