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The Nations top Cop

By Patrick Van Roy On April 11th, 2014

Here is Attorney General Eric Holder reacting to being reprimanded for not submitting to Congressional oversight.

The Attorney General is the Nations top Law Enforcement Officer. In that position no one could be worse than Eric Holder.  His job is to not just enforce the Laws of the United States, but to set an example of how Law Enforcement should be conducted by all Police Forces in the Nation.

He has been charged with contempt here is what he said at the race baiter Al Sharptons event regarding that exchange.

No Eric what AG has ever been charged with Contempt, and then after being charged not only still refused to comply, but would have the gall to say the charges are not due to his own criminal actions, but due to the fact that you are black.

You sold guns to Drug Cartels to create death and violence to pursue your agenda against the Constitutional right to bear arms. In the process hundreds of people died. Including two American Law Enforcement Officers. The only thing it had to do with the Gun Lobby was your attempt to cast them in a bad view through a criminal act.  You didn’t play politics, you setup the murder of innocent people to pursue YOUR politics.

You are a criminal and racist. You could even be considered a terrorist, because you caused the death of hundreds to gain you leverage in a political debate. You are a disgrace not just to every Cop, but to the very Constitution and Laws you took an Oath to preserve. You should be in Jail. Not in the Office as the highest Law Enforcement Officer of the Nation.

6 Responses to “The Nations top Cop”

  1. The corruption in US government is endemic:


    A trial attorney from the Securities and Exchange Commission said his bosses were too “tentative and fearful” to bring many Wall Street leaders to heel after the 2008 credit crisis, echoing the regulator’s outside critics.

    Kidney said his superiors were more focused on getting high-paying jobs after their government service than on bringing difficult cases. The agency’s penalties, Kidney said, have become “at most a tollbooth on the bankster turnpike.”

    The SEC has taken a beating from critics including lawmakers, judges and advocacy groups who say the agency has been too easy on the banks that helped fuel the 2008 crisis by peddling mortgage-backed securities of questionable value to unwary investors. No senior executive at a major financial firm has gone to jail and the SEC has brought civil charges against only a handful.

    Those who head the investigations into the big banks sabotage those investigations in order to get high-paying jobs at those banks. Total corruption.

  2. Allan above

    There aren’t many times when we agree, but this is one of them.

    The revolving door between government regulatory service and private employment working for the same company that you used to regulate is an immense problem. It should be banned. It is corruption.

  3. See attached. The problem is well known.


  4. Yeah, it’s a revolving door, straight between high finance and government, whether the Treasury or the regulators.

    Regulators who have helped draft laws are in particular demand because they know the get arounds and cracks within the laws.

    Timothy Geithner now heads an equity firm. His crony insider knowledge and contacts will bring him big, big bucks. Ben Bernanke has parked himself at the Brooking Institute. He won’t be there long. That kind of gig is a holding pattern for 18 months until he arrives on Wall Street and coins it in.

    It’s comepletely corrupt because they now how to game the system.

  5. we are all in agreement. imagine that 🙂

  6. Excellent – we all agree that Phantom’s buddies are shafting us big-time.

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