Wicked Commentary

A year ago I wrote about the Attorney General Eric Holder and the Department of Justice dismissing the case of voter intimidationagainst two members of the New Black Panthers.  At first, I blamed Holder for letting his cronies go without prosecution, but now the whole story is making more sense.

J. Christian Adams, a former Department of Justice attorney had worked in the Civil Rights Division where he had brought charges of violation of civil rights against Malik Zulu Shabazz and Jerry Jackson, two members of the New Black Panther group for voter intimidation.  Evidence against the two men included videotape of them brandishing night sticks and intimidating voters outside a Philadelphia polling place in 2008.

He had a strong case against the two men, but Attorney General Eric Holder refused to press the charges any further and both men were released and the case dropped.  As a result of the DOJ’s failure to support the prosecution of civil rights violators, Adams resigned from his position with the department.

The New Black Panthers is a militant group that thrives on the intimidation of people.  Before any evidence had been released in the case of George Zimmerman’s shooting of Trayvon Martin, the New Black Panthers called for a bounty to be placed on Zimmerman, dead or alive.

Now, we are learning that the Department of Justice dropped the charges against Shabazz and Jackson because of communications from the White House.  Judicial Watch, obtained the documents indicating the White House involvement when they sued the DOJ under the Freedom of Information Act.  The judicial watchdog group then took their evidence before U.S. District Judge Reggie Walton.

In a move that truly surprised me, Judge Walton issue a ruling in which White House personal appointed by Barack Obama, had emailed the DOJ concerning the case against Shabazz and Jackson.  Not long afterwards, the case against the two members of the New Black Panthers was dripped.

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton pointed out that Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez had testified that there was no involvement by any political leadership in the case.  However, the documents they received told a different story.  Fitton commented:

“Surely the public has an interest in the documents that cast doubt on the accuracy of government officials’ representations regarding the possible politicization of agency decision making.  So, it’s clear here the court found against the Obama administration and rejected their argument and again raised more questions about whether the Department of Justice is run by people who have a problem with the truth.”

In light of this new evidence, it all makes sense since there is also evidence that Barack Obama marched with the New Black Panthers in Selma, Alabama in 2007.  One year later, the New Black Panthers are caught on video forcing voters to vote for Obama.  Now we know for certain that the White House communicated with the DOJ on the case and then the case was dropped.

There is no doubt that the Obama administration is the most corrupt administration in the history of the United States.  We can’t trust the President, the Vice-President is a babbling idiot, the Senate majority leader spouts unsubstantiated claims on the Senate floor, the House minority leader is a raving lunatic who lies every time she opens her mouth, and the Attorney General believes he is above the law and does what he wants.

I just hope and pray that the American people see all of them for what they really are and vote everyone one of them out office.  America needs to clean up Washington and it has to start from the top down.

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Comments on: "Voter Intimidation Case Dismissed Because of White House Involvement" (26)

  1. Great post, Pepp. I just read earlier today that the new Black Panthers are going to be at the RNC in Tampa – they said they “are ready for the RNC in Tampa – kill these racists honkeys, these crackers…” I pray the state Militias will be there and ready to take out any of them causing any problem…

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    • Donna,

      And I suppose that if the Black Panthers do any disturbance of any kind they will be left alone just as they were over the voter intimidation situation. So, they’re already talking about killing honkies and crackers, eh? They may find themselves in a precarious situation doing that because this country has millions of people enraged.

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  2. Pepp,

    Great post! Well all-righty then…I get the feeling you’re slightly pissed about this one Sis.?? “babbling idiot”…LMAO with tears on my chest!!! Don’t blame ya’, cause it pisses me off also!

    Obastard wrote himself he was walking away from his mother’s race and embracing his daddy’s; a black Kenyan Muslim. So Obastard does give blacks and Muslims special treatment, writes how he dislikes whites and that makes him a RACIST! That’s right folks. There really are BLACK RACIST in our country and one sits his ass in our Oval Office!

    Not much I can add about the veep…Pepp nailed it pretty well…

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  3. J. Christian Adams, an attorney working in the Civil Rights Division of the Justice Department, brought charges of violation of civil rights against Malik Zulu Shabazz and Jerry Jackson, two members of the New Black Panther group for voter intimidation. Among the evidence was an actual video of them brandishing police night sticks and verbally harassing white voters at a polling place in Philadelphia in 2008. For the uninitiated, this is not a misdemeanor. It is a felony and a federal crime.

    While the case was quite strong, essentially a given, Attorney General Eric Holder stopped all action on the prosecution of the case, essentially folding in mid-trial and resulting in the case being dropped and the men being released on probation.

    Records of the communication between the DOJ and the White House regarding this case have since been requested under the Freedom of Information Act. These were denied by the White House. A lawsuit was then filed to have the records released. Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez testified that there was no involvement by any political leadership at the White House in the case, however the records obtained from he DOJ showed that there were emails to the DOJ from presidential appointees specifically regarding this case. A ruling has been issued against the White House mandating that the records be made public.

    I expect any day now that this will suddenly be declared under the mantra of executive privilege, as though the people at the White House are privileged to violate American citizen’s civil right to vote.

    They are Fast and Loose. And I’m Furious.

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  4. willibeaux said:

    Ball ammunition; lock and load!

    ‘oohRah! 😉

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    • Willie,

      Us whiteys keep taking this kind of stuff but I don’t think this will keep going on. Somebody who’s in a rage, may very well lock and load at the convention.

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    • Oh and Willi,

      The Homeland Insecurity demanded more riot gear to be used for both conventions. They are gearing up for the chance to put us under martial law and the left will provide the reason as they go off half cocked as usual.

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  5. Oh, btw for those reading this the VP is a babbling idiot and that’s why the Dictator’s Campaign is hiding him somewhere to keep him off the stump.

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  6. If I got my information right, this administration has refused more FOI’s than all other combined – it’s called transparency !
    luvya

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  7. Lady,you are on a ROLL. Eat your Wheaties today,didja?? Imagine that,these filthy liars lied again. Stunned,I tell you.

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