Saturday, October 23, 2010

Finally the big media see... Black Panthers interfered with voting

Armed Black Panthers blocked white people from voting in Philadelphia in 2008. Obama's Justice Department convicted them of the crime and won. Then Attorney General Eric Holder decided to let them off. Despite winning! Why did Holder refuse victory? Because he says civil rights laws don't apply to whites. What? Our anti-race laws are racist? Wrong. Holder's action took place about seventeen months ago. But the big media never noticed. Until now. Andrew Breitbart gives an overview of the Washington Post article. BigGovernment
The Post has a major revelation, the first on the record confirmation of the attitude inside the Civil Rights Division that whites should not necessarily be protected by the civil rights laws:
“The Voting Rights Act was passed because people like Bull Connor were hitting people like John Lewis, not the other way around,” said one Justice Department official not authorized to speak publicly, referring to the white Alabama police commissioner who cracked down on civil rights protesters such as Lewis, now a Democratic congressman from Georgia.” This is a startling admission. It is part and parcel of a wide hostility to protecting whites who are victims of racial discrimination, as Christopher Coates and Adams alleged all along. That admission is a major mistake for the administration and should be made well known before the upcoming election.

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