Eric Holder will announce his resignation as U.S. attorney general today, according to officials within the Justice Department.

Holder will remain at the position, which he has held for six years, until his successor is confirmed.

Holder’s tenure, which included attempts to dismantle the Second Amendment through Operation Fast and Furious and Operation Choke Point, was plagued with controversy and scandal.

Whether it be protecting big banks, attacking the Second Amendment or helping to cover up illegal activity in the IRS, Holder’s crimes are countless in number.


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