Whistleblower Details Lawlessness and Hostility Toward Equal Enforcement Of The Law In Obama Justice Dept.

They said that if we elected Obama,  “the One”, “The Lightworker”, the  “post racial” candidate,  racial divisions would be healed in this country. If Obama had truly been “post racial”, or colorblind, he could have indeed contributed significantly toward that goal. But that’s not what’s happened and that’s not really what the left desires. Racial divisions are actually encouraged and used as a sledgehammer to further their goal of tearing down an economic structure that favors people who work hard and play by the rules, so they can  replace it with their decrepit and immoral system of  “redistributive change”, which insists not on equal opportunities, but on equal outcomes.

This type of “equality” calls for some people  to have more rights than others. Those other people, (the lighter hued ones),  have benefited from hundreds of years of privilege, at the expense of others, so now it’s payback time. Literally.  They will actually say that….as J. Christian Adams, the whistleblower recounts in his oped in The Washington Times: Inside the Black Panther case.

Some of my co-workers argued that the law should not be used against black wrongdoers because of the long history of slavery and segregation. Less charitable individuals called it “payback time.” Incredibly, after the case was dismissed, instructions were given that no more cases against racial minorities like the Black Panther case would be brought by the Voting Section.

These are people who would probably shine, working for liberal think tanks, as  token Marxist professors,  blogging for Daily Kos, or being your friendly neighborhood Walmart greeters…..but in a sane world,  they would have no business working for the United States Department of Justice. Yet, there they are…in the Obama DOJ, their unconstitutional ideas for reparative justice, are just what the doctor ordered.

On the day President Obama was elected, armed men wearing the black berets and jackboots of the New Black Panther Party were stationed at the entrance to a polling place in Philadelphia. They brandished a weapon and intimidated voters and poll watchers. After the election, the Justice Department brought a voter-intimidation case against the New Black Panther Party and those armed thugs. I and other Justice attorneys diligently pursued the case and obtained an entry of default after the defendants ignored the charges. Before a final judgment could be entered in May 2009, our superiors ordered us to dismiss the case.

The New Black Panther case was the simplest and most obvious violation of federal law I saw in my Justice Department career. Because of the corrupt nature of the dismissal, statements falsely characterizing the case and, most of all, indefensible orders for the career attorneys not to comply with lawful subpoenas investigating the dismissal, this month I resigned my position as a Department of Justice (DOJ) attorney.

What happens when all the good men at the DOJ are gone?

Based on my firsthand experiences, I believe the dismissal of the Black Panther case was motivated by a lawless hostility toward equal enforcement of the law. Others still within the department share my assessment. The department abetted wrongdoers and abandoned law-abiding citizens victimized by the New Black Panthers. The dismissal raises serious questions about the department’s enforcement neutrality in upcoming midterm elections and the subsequent 2012 presidential election.

The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights has opened an investigation into the dismissal and the DOJ’s skewed enforcement priorities. Attorneys who brought the case are under subpoena to testify, but the department ordered us to ignore the subpoena, lawlessly placing us in an unacceptable legal limbo.

The assistant attorney general for civil rights, Tom Perez, has testified repeatedly that the “facts and law” did not support this case. That claim is false. If the actions in Philadelphia do not constitute voter intimidation, it is hard to imagine what would, short of an actual outbreak of violence at the polls. Let’s all hope this administration has not invited that outcome through the corrupt dismissal.

Most corrupt of all, the lawyers who ordered the dismissal – Loretta King, the Obama-appointed acting head of the Civil Rights Division, and Steve Rosenbaum – did not even read the internal Justice Department memorandums supporting the case and investigation. Just as Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. admitted that he did not read the Arizona immigration law before he condemned it, Mr. Rosenbaum admitted that he had not bothered to read the most important department documents detailing the investigative facts and applicable law in the New Black Panther case. Christopher Coates, the former Voting Section chief, was so outraged at this dereliction of responsibility that he actually threw the memos at Mr. Rosenbaum in the meeting where they were discussing the dismissal of the case. The department subsequently removed all of Mr. Coates’ responsibilities and sent him to South Carolina.

Read the whole thing.

See also:

PJTV: Rocking the Vote: Did DOJ Try to Whitewash Black Panther Intimidation Case?

J. Christian Adams: You Deserve To Know — Unequal Law Enforcement Reigns at Obama’s DOJ (PJM Exclusive)



Audio: Sean Hannity Interviews “Smart-Ass” Frozen Custard Shop Owner

This afternoon on his radio show, Hannity interviewed the Milwaukee Kopp’s Frozen Custard manager who told Joe (Bite Me) Biden to “Lower our Taxes”, only to have an angry Biden smack him down, and call him a “smart-Ass”.

He admits that “it was a little strange to have someone second in charge in the United States…do something like that”.

I think Hannity is right. He came back later to apologize, and make nice,  only after a staffer had reminded him that cameras were rolling, and his nastiness was not going to go over too well with the American people.


Custard shop owner,  Scott Borkin also appeared on The Greta Van Susteren Show, tonight. Video at Gateway Pundit.

Linked by  BigFurHat, thanks!


Monday News Round-Up

Lots going on today, so let’s get started:

Sen. Robert Byrd RIP: thoughts from Ed Morrissey, John McCormack, and Ace, who says there will be a special election in WV.

Ace again: More Arguing Over Byrd’s Vacancy Update: Sec of State Tennant to Give Presser at 4:30PM; Her Own Words on Succession

Supreme Court Finds 2nd Amendment Applies To The States (BFD – flaming skull-worthy at AoSHQ).

A Conservative Kid Tries To Survive In California Schools What this 11 year old has to put up with is disturbing on so many levels, considering most kids are empty slates waiting to be filled with whatever ideology grown-ups throw at them. And we all know libs love to target children.

Tea Party News from ……you’ll never guess where. (Can you say, “Don’t tread on me” in Italian?)

Ed Morrissey asks: Day 68: Why isn’t the A-Whale in the Gulf yet? Being President is hard, that’s why! All those tough decisions!

Have you seen this video on the oil spill, yet? I don’t want to ruin your day, but…

Doug Ross has some excellent commentary on the video by John L. Wathen.

Gateway Pundit lays out the damning facts: CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE: Obama’s Mishandling of Gulf Oil Spill Caused Destruction of Coastline

The DOJ  Black Panther  scandal is not going away:

PJTV: Rocking the Vote: Did DOJ Try to Whitewash Black Panther Intimidation Case?

J. Christian Adams: You Deserve To Know — Unequal Law Enforcement Reigns at Obama’s DOJ (PJM Exclusive)

The Washington Times: ADAMS: Inside the Black Panther case Anger, ignorance and lies

Oh, joy: Michelle Malkin: SCOTUS theater: Kagan kabuki –Places everyone!

On the illegal Immigration front:

Michelle again: Another outrageous Obama DHS appointment – an open borders sympathizer joins the Obama team, quelle surprise.

The Rottweiler: Ogabe Regime Finally Finds a Sovereign Entity to Act Against:

They can’t quite agree among themselves when it comes to enacting sanctions against the genocidal, terrorist pisslamic regime in Tehran in order to try to persuade them to stop their Operation Nuclear Final Solution, but have a state in our own Union try to enforce the laws that the fed is singularly uninterested in enforcing and just watch ‘em move!

By the way, Border Invasion Pics has some new videos up:

06/27/10 – 112 border intruders   NEW
06/27/10 – 58 border intruders at night   NEW
06/27/10 – 30 border intruders   NEW

Don’t forget voting has begun for this week’s 10 Buck Friday money bomb candidate. More info, here.

In case you haven’t seen it yet: Raw Audio Of Al Gore’s Accuser’s Testimony –Turns out ManBearPig may well be a pig.

I’ve been studiously avoiding the Dave Weigel brouhaha, ( who cares), but Byron York has a good question:

Why does Washington Post need a reporter to cover conservatives?

Yeah, really…like we’re some exotic species that requires anthropological study. Good grief, if they really feel that they have to do that, can’t it be someone who doesn’t already despise us?

Ed Driscoll’s clearly enjoying the story: Welcome to East Germany on the Potomac

Newsbusters: David Weigel Explains Away ‘JournoList’ E-mails by Claiming to be a Jerk


Peter Wehner at Commentary: Our Petulant President

Oh no he DIDN’T!:

In Politico we read:

Obama chastised what he dubbed a current “obsession” over a timetable for withdrawing U.S. troops. “My focus right now is how do we make sure what we’re doing there is successful,” he said. “By next year we will begin a transition.”


How about not imposing ridiculous timetables on troop withdrawal, and repeatedly speaking about it, if you don’t want people “obsessing” about it.


Hundreds Protest AZ Congressman Raul Grijalva

pics via Tucson Citizen.com

What Congressman in his right mind encourages citizens of other states to boycott the state he represents? He’d pretty much have to be a Democrat, huh?

Meet Congressman Raul Grijalva, (with friend), the subject of a tea party protest, Saturday, June 26th:

KGUN9 Tucson reported:

Hundreds protest Grijalva

Grijalva’s been pushing for an economic boycott of his own state since the governor signed the immigration law. Grijalva is up for re-election this November and people who we met today are determined to unseat him. A big crowd gathered in front of Grijalva’s office Saturday morning.

These folks are also upset about Grijalva’s backing of the Arizona boycott.

“It’s what the truth seems to be. His job is to represent Arizona and represent the people but at the moment he seems to be resenting Arizona and working against them,” David Rackey, a tea party supporter, said.

KGUN 9 News asked the chairman of the Pima County Republican Party if he thinks this rally will help Grijalva change his position on the boycott issue.

“No I don’t think so but he needs to know how we feel about it,” Bob Westerman said.

There’s also a video at the site.

Someone  had a question for Greg Harris of the Pima County Republican Party. This “reporter” was very concerned that one of the protesters was heard calling Grijalva a racist,  and he grilled Harris about it. Harris rightly responded that the word has lost all meaning….(thanks to Democrats):

I mean HELLO!, Mr. left-wing citizen journalist! If you want to do a story about unfair “name-calling”, how about heading down to MSNBC studios, or the Democrat (Socialist) black caucus in Congress…if you’re seriously that concerned about idiots throwing out unfair, unjustified epithets at people….. One lone whacko with a bullhorn does not a front page story, (or a viral YouTube hit) make. A Congressman urging boycotts against his own state…..now that’s a story.


You would think the  blatant and obvious hypocrisy would be enough to shame most people from posting such utter bullcrap. But no.


Here’s Republican candidate Ruth McClung:

The same interviewer tries to grill her about the guy who said “racist”. He’s  obsessed with the deal. She made the same point I did (above) about people calling tea partiers racists, and SURPRISE! – it’s okay with him when that happens because of course, the tea partiers ARE racists! Hint to Ms. McClung: Next time someone pulls the “But- but- but- there have been racist incidents with the tea party”, make him cite examples, and then laugh in his face when he mentions the March 20 anti-ObamaCare “spittlegate” non- incident in Washington DC, and “tea party founder” who was rejected by the Houston tea party organizers on day one.

Hat tip: Infidel Joe.


New 10 Buck Friday Poll Up

10 Buck Fridays is a way for grassroots conservatives to fund-raise for their favorite candidates. A new poll with candidates for the week of the 27th is up, and ready to be voted on. Voting Starts Sunday and lasts until Friday.  (You can only vote, once).The winner gets the $10 money bombs.  More details, here.

This week’s candidates are Star Parker (CA-37), Marco Rubio (FL-Sen), Jim Rutledge (MD-Sen), Peter Schiff (CT-Sen), Jacob Turk (MO-5), Liz Carter (GA-4), Vijay Kumar (TN-5), Anna Little (NJ-6), Allen West (FL-22), Ann Marie Buerkle (NY-25).

More about each of these candidates, plus the poll, at RightKlik

Keep in mind…the ones with the least name recognition are the ones that usually have the most fund-raising needs.

Updated TBF blogroll, via Polemcon: