Monday, June 28, 2010

Finally Getting The Point

The Department of Justice Civil Rights Division trial attorney who was forced out by Eric Holder and Barak Hussein Obama has spoken out on his dismissal. He confirms all that I have been saying about the Civil Rights Division, Eric Holder, and Barak Hussein Obama. The Obama Regime is all about payback. It is part of the ongoing war by Obama, Reverend Jerimiah Wright, and Holder on white people. It all revolves around the dismissal of the civil rights complaints against the New Black Panther Party and three of its officials arising out of a voter intimidation case in Philidelphia, PA, where the three black racists used verbal threats and the display of weapsons to intimidate white voters.

The most interesting point J. Christian Adams makes is that the New Black Panthers Party has been engaged in such intimidation for years and it contiues today:

Some have called the actions in Philadelphia an isolated incident, not worthy of
federal attention. To the contrary, the Black Panthers in October 2008 announced
a nationwide deployment for the election. We had indications that polling-place
thugs were deployed elsewhere, not only in November 2008, but also during the
Democratic primaries, where they targeted white Hillary Rodham Clinton
supporters. In any event, the law clearly prohibits even isolated incidents of
voter intimidation.


Adams clearly calls out the Obama Regime for its double standards on civil rights investigations:

Most disturbing, the dismissal is part of a creeping lawlessness infusing our
government institutions. Citizens would be shocked to learn about the open and pervasive hostility within the Justice Department to
bringing civil rights cases against nonwhite defendants on behalf of white
victims.
Equal enforcement of justice is not a priority of this
administration. Open contempt is voiced for these types of cases.

Refusing to enforce the law equally means some citizens are
protected by the law while others are left to be victimized, depending on their
race.
Core American principles of equality before the law and
freedom from racial discrimination are at risk. Hopefully, equal enforcement of
the law is still a point of bipartisan, if not universal, agreement. However,
after my experience with the New Black Panther dismissal and the attitudes held
by officials in the Civil Rights Division, I am beginning to fear the era of
agreement over these core American principles has passed.


That is no suprise, and nor is Adams' support for the alleged professionals in the Civil Rights Division.

The New Black Panther case was the simplest and most obvious violation of
federal law I saw in my Justice Department career. Because of the corrupt nature
of the dismissal, statements falsely characterizing the case and, most of all,
indefensible orders for the career attorneys not to
comply with lawful subpoenas investigating the dismissal, this month I resigned
my position as a Department of Justice (DOJ) attorney.


He says the issue is solely the Obama Regime. However, in fact, the double standard against whites is part of the core values of the CRD and its employees. They are leftist radicals and even though overwhelmingly white, the only blacks at the CRD are the security guards in the lobby of the building where the CRD is located and the support staff. Otherwise all the attorneys are self-hating whites. And they have been ignoring the law for years, including during the Bush Administration. There was an ongoing civil war in the CRD in the Bush years and little got done, only two cases were brought against blacks who violate white persons civil rights.

Coates had been relentlessly criticized by liberals both inside and
outside the division
because of his involvement in two cases — one
in Noxubee County, Mississippi (U.S. v. Ike Brown et al.), the other in
Philadelphia (U.S. v. New Black Panther Party et al.) — that feature clear-cut
voting-rights violations (namely, discrimination and intimidation) committed by
black defendants.

Coates is a former ACLU attorney who has received many
awards for his work in the area of civil rights over the past four decades. He
has filed numerous voting-rights cases on behalf of minority voters. But he got
in trouble because some of the ideologues who inhabit the civil-rights community
don’t want to accept anyone who doesn’t share their view of Voting Rights Act
(VRA) enforcement. One of their unbreakable rules is that the VRA shouldn’t be
used to protect white voters from discrimination committed by racial or ethnic
minorities.

That the CRD thinks that the Voting Rights Act and other civil rights laws only apply to blacks is old hat at the CRD, not something new brought in by Barak Hussein Obama. But he is correct in his view that the worst is yet to come.

Just ask the Christians arrested for preaching to Muslims in public. No reaction at all from the CRD.

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