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Pathetic. And it goes way deeper than it appears.

Holder is a terrorist-loving criminal and thug who was in charge of the DOJ, always looking for civil rights violations where there were none. His stonewalling and contempt of Congress (and America) in the infamous Fast and Furious, illegal gun-running scheme, and his refusal to prosecute the Islamic groups named co-conspirators (CAIR, ISNA, MSA, MAS et al) in the largest terrorist funding trial in our nation’s history are a mirror of his boss’s contempt for this great country.

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His replacement, Loretta Lynch, will be the same or worse, IF she is confirmed by the feckless Republicans.

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DM: Obama said Holder had led the department with integrity and helped make the US ‘free and more just.’

He praised Holder as a ‘great friend’ and a ‘great public servant’ and brushed away tears at the conclusion of his brief speech.

Holder, 64, is staying on the job until the Senate confirms his successor, which is expected soon.

The Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday approved Obama’s choice of U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch to succeed Holder. She would be the first black woman to be the nation’s top law enforcement officer.

In a veiled reference to Rudolph Giuliani’s assertion that Obama did not love his country, Holder declared ‘those who have loved this nation most have dared greatly and have sought to change the status quo for the better.’

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(thanks to Van)

Friday, President Barack Obama spoke at the portrait unveiling ceremony for outgoing U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, which led to the commander-in-chief breaking into tears that he wiped away as he finished his remarks.

The president said, “Having good men in a position of power and authority, who are willing to fight for what is right, that is a rare thing, a powerful thing. That’s something that shapes our future in ways we don’t even understand, we don’t always imagine. It made me very proud.”


Courtesy of Pamela Geller.