by Lars Larson
The Attorney General certainly didn’t appreciate it – being challenged by Louie Gohmert, member of Congress. He went as far as to say that it was racism that led the Congressman to ask those tough questions.
It’s actually kind of a good thing when you hear Eric Holder, Attorney General, accuse somebody like Louie Gohmert of racism. Do you know what it says when a Democrat or anybody else stoops to playing the race card? It says that they’ve run out of sensible arguments, they’ve run out of facts that support their point of view, and all they can do is reach in and say it has to be my skin color.
If Eric Holder is reduced to saying “It has to be my skin color,” it couldn’t be the fact that Eric Holder as Attorney General has chosen to NOT prosecute people involved in Fast and Furious, NOT go after the folks at the IRS. That Eric Holder would choose to weigh in on something like Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman, but do you think he’s saying “Maybe we should go find some people to prosecute for the crime of Benghazi?”
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