J. Christian Adams Rips Eric Holder for His Abuse of DOJ Power

| June 2 2013
David Leeper

In the 5-minute video below, J. Christian Adams, a highly rated former Department of Justice attorney, neatly summarizes Eric Holder’s abuses of DOJ power.

As readers may recall, when the DOJ declined to pursue Adams’ already-won-case against New-Black-Panther voter intimidation thuggery, he resigned in frustration and went public.

As a member of both the Bush- and Obama-era DOJ, Adams is a highly credible witness. His 2011 book, Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department, is a chilling account of how an attorney general and president can change the atmosphere at DOJ, almost overnight, and abuse the agency’s powers to pursue an ideological agenda. The book is a worthy read, but you can get many of the key highlights from Adams’ articulate comments in the video below.

Back in 2011-12, except for Fox, major news outlets didn’t seem to care much about Adam’s book or his testimony.  Now, however, the AP and (possibly) other news outlets are themselves the targets of DOJ abuses.  So now, suddenly, they care about DOJ integrity.  My goodness, what a principled bunch!

Regarding Holder himself, things could have been so very different. He could have pointedly and publically pursued race-blind justice. Instead, he chose to visit the sins of the fathers on the sons by pursuing slanted, race-biased justice as a matter of policy, as described by Adams.  Instead of taking the high road, earning an honored place for himself in history, he’s going to have his picture turned to the wall almost everywhere.  Sadly, the man has indeed turned out to be the professional racialist, described here, and he has now become a victim of his own revenge-driven ideology.  Perhaps he understands all this now — hence his recently professed sense of “creeping personal remorse.”

See also Judge Jeanine Pirro’s call for Holder’s indictment at this link.

2 comments
sleepergirl
sleepergirl

Mr. Adams was among the early honorable career employees to resist this unbelievable turnaround of our Department of JUSTICE.  Rather than suffer a toxic DOJ turned political and ideological, he resigned and is spreading the truth.  Given what we "informed citizenry" know about the Chicago way, this is courageous action.