The Fast & Furious investigation? It's not that Agent Terry was killed. It's because I'm black.

From this morning’s New York Times:

“…Mr. Holder said he believed that a few — the ‘more extreme segment’ — were motivated by animus against Mr. Obama and that he served as a stand-in for him. ‘This is a way to get at the president because of the way I can be identified with him,’ he said, ‘both due to the nature of our relationship and, you know, the fact that we’re both African-American.'”

Wow. Wouldn’t want to train the mind-blowing, gargantuan, damned near biblical power of your shared narcissism on a little self-reflection & personal responsibility there, wouldja Eric-the-Great? Bam-Bam the Destroyer?


Jeezuz… What does it take to get these people to understand that (Read this s-l-o-w-l-y if you are an Eric Holder acolyte) A-N  A-M-E-R-I-C-A-N  A-G-E-N-T  I-S  D-E-A-D.  He-was-your-employee.  You-should-be-unhappy-aggrieved-worried-activated to be sure the mistakes that led to his death are rectified and not repeated.


If you’re not eating breakfast and can stomach it, the story is here.

Chairman of National Black Panther Party's Version of DOJ's Case

The Chairman of the National Black Panther Party explains what happened, as only he can, with the voter intimidation charges we’ve heard so much about of late (not on ABC, NBC, CBS, MSNBC, NPR, New York Times etc… but from media with stones, Fox, talk radio, and Drudge.)  Oh, and even though Canada denied him entry because they regarded him a merchant of hate in May of 2009, he was welcomed into the White House on July 25, 2009, visitor records show.

This is a partial transcript of the video below:

“… We decided that on election day that we would go out to the polls because of what?  Because they said they was goin’ be stoppin’ black people from comin’ to vote.  We knew that they didn’t want a black man in office … We wanted to make sure that the police wasn’t harrassin’ our people …It’s just that the New Black Panther Party sometimes… we tend to do it kinda strong… and sometimes it can even be too black and too strong … King Samir Shabaaz … just was a little bit too strong and he was caught out there at the polling place with a nightstick … and the John McCain campaign …jumped all over the issue and all over the brother …The United States Justice Department still under George Bush …immediately charged (us) …The Justice Department leadership changed into the hands of a black man …Eric Holder …and they threw most of everything out …They said King Samir can’t go back to the polling place until two thousand twelve and I’m sure King Samir don’t give a damn (laughter) whether he go back (laughter) he say he don’t believe in the white man’s votin’ system anyway so he don’t give a damn… and for the record… King Samir is welcome back in the New Black Panther Party…”

Here’s a link to the video at The Daily Caller:

'Now you will see what it means to be ruled by the black man, cracker'

This is a transcript I just took directly off Fox Morning News of an interview with Bartle Bull, a man with big, huge, massive credibility and direct involvement in the actual events of Philadelphia Black Panther incident November 2008.  It is not complete with every syllable, but below is about 90% of what he said, fairly and accurately represented. I *triple* checked that I got every word right, down to the littlest preposition. I didn’t leave anything important out, just sort of “warm up” words as he got to his major points that were either repetitive or just kind of “filler” if you know what I mean.

“… (Black Panther) King Shabir Shabaaz, as he is now calling himself, said to me ‘Now you will see what it means to be ruled by the black man, cracker’ …Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King did not die to have uniformed thugs dressed like storm-troopers carrying weapons block the doors of polling places… The critical thing here was that the previous week on October 27, the New York Times reported that ACORN had registered over 400,000 illegal fraudulent voters so what these guys were doing was they were protecting the illegal ACORN voters… The difference in this election was it’s the first time in our lifetime that the Department of Justice and the Federal Government put the weight of the Government is not being used to support voters and poll watchers now the weight of the Federal Government is being used to support the intimidators.  That has never happened before, even in the darkest days of the 1960’s…”

July 8, 2010, Bartle Bull, New York State Campaign Manager for both Robert Kennedy and Jimmy Carter, Civil Rights attorney, and Election Day 2008 Poll-Watcher at Philadelphia precinct where Black Panthers were present.  Bush DOJ filed charges of voter intimidation in January 2009.  In the spring of 2010, just prior to sentencing, the charges were, for all intents and purposes, completely dropped.