Let me ask you this question:
If the white racist group, the Ku Klux Klan, had sent its members — dressed in white sheets and hoods, wielding clubs in their hands — to intimidate black voters in ballot stations in a presidential election, what would you say?
And if the head of the KKK in Philadelphia, a white dude, says he hates all black people and calls for the killing of all black babies, would you call him a racist?
And if Dept of Justice (DOJ) lawyers had gone after those Klansmen, won their case, and were ready to talk sentencing, but their chief, the US Attorney General — who’s white — ordered them to drop the case, what would you say?
Well, what if it’s not the KKK, but a group called the New Black Panthers, whose Philadelphia leader is a black man named King Samir Shabazz who, together with several of his fellow Black Panthers, went to a Philadelphia voting booth in the 2008 election, carrying clubs and dressed in their uniform of black beret, black jacket, black pants, and black boots.
And Shabazz is captured on video saying he hates all white people, “every single one of them,” and calls for the killing of all white babies.
And then, the black attorney general Eric Holder, whose boss is the bi-racial (but identifies himself as black) Barack Hussein Obama, orders the DOJ to drop the case against Shabazz and his cronies.
Would you then call Holder and Obama racists?
And if you don’t, then you’re a shameless HYPOCRITE.
On Tuesday, July 6, former DOJ official J. Christian Adams testified before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, accusing his former employer of instructing attorneys in the civil rights division to ignore cases that involve black defendants and white victims. Adams said that “over and over and over again,” the department showed “hostility” toward those cases.
Adams described the Black Panther case as one example of that. He had quit the DOJ over precisely the handling of the voter intimidation case against the New Black Panther Party. He defended the legitimacy of the suit and said his “blood boiled” when he heard a Justice official claim the case wasn’t solid. “It is false,” Adams said of the claim. “We abetted wrongdoing and abandoned law-abiding citizens.”
H/t FOTM’s Steve & Anon.