Pathetic. Holder Plays Race Card In Exit Interview – Urges Kids to Read Malcolm X

Pathetic. Obama Attorney General Eric Holder played the race card in his exit interview with Politico.
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Holder stirred up emotions in Ferguson, Missouri after 18 year-old robber Michael Brown was shot dead after beating a police officer.

Holder blamed race for criticism against his far left operations at the DOJ.
He urged youths to read Malcolm X and complained its too hard to get civil rights charges to stick like in the Michael Brown or Trayvon Martin cases.

What a despicable, weak man.


The Politico reported:

Attorney General Eric Holder plans to push, during his final weeks in office, a new standard of proof for civil-rights offenses, saying in an exit interview with POLITICO that such a change would make the federal government “a better backstop” against discrimination in cases like Ferguson and Trayvon Martin.

In a lengthy discussion ranging from his own exposure to the civil rights movement of the ’60s to today’s controversies surrounding the shootings of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown, Holder also acknowledged that he felt some of his own struggles with Republicans in Congress during his six years in office were driven partly by race.

“There have been times when I thought that’s at least a piece of it,” Holder said, adding that “I think that the primary motivator has probably been political in nature … [but] you can’t let it deflect you from … your eyes on the prize.”

Holder told POLITICO that between now and his departure, probably in early March when the Senate is expected to confirm Loretta Lynch as his successor, he will call for a lower standard of proof for civil-rights crimes. Such a change would make it easier for the federal government to bring charges in the case of a future Ferguson or Trayvon Martin.

“I think some serious consideration needs to be given to the standard of proof that has to be met before federal involvement is appropriate, and that’s something that I am going to be talking about before I leave office,” Holder, 64, said.

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