Political scandals present dangerous opportunity for false flag to save Obama
April 11, 2014
In a calculated effort to test the historical and political amnesia of the American public and simultaneously play a frayed race card, Obama’s Attorney General, Eric Holder, has decried his treatment at the hands of a House Judiciary Committee hearing earlier in the week.
MSNBC frames the meme: it’s all about race.
The Obama administration continually plays the race card when confronted with political opposition and accusations of impropriety.
Holder asked “what attorney general has had to deal with that kind of treatment?” following a pointed exchange with Rep. Louie Gohmert, a Texas Republican.
“I realize that contempt is not a big deal to our attorney general, but it is important that we have proper oversight,” Gohmert remarked as Holder weathered questions about the Justice Department’s stonewalling of handing over documents related to the prosecution of a Texas-based Islamic charity.
Although not specifically stated, Holder accused Gohmert and the Republicans of picking on him due to the color of his skin. This was underscored by the fact he complained about his treatment while attending Al Sharpton’s National Action Network.
In fact, a large number of federal government bureaucrats, including former Attorney General Janet Reno, have weathered contempt of Congress charges with far less theatrics.
Since 1975, these have included a Secretary of State; a Secretary of Commerce; a Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare; a couple Secretaries of Energy; a Secretary of the Interior; various officials of the EPA; a White House Counsel and a White House Chief of Staff. On Thursday, the House Oversight Committee added to this list of ignobility by voting to hold former IRS Director of Tax Exempt Organizations Lois Lerner in contempt of Congress.
In 1975, Nixon’s former Attorney General, John Mitchell, endured a far worse fate than Eric Holder ever will – he was sentenced to two and a half to eight years in prison for his role in the Watergate break-in and cover-up. Mitchell’s sentence was subsequently reduced and he served 19 months before he was released on parole for medical reasons.
Mitchell’s crimes of conspiracy, obstruction of justice, and perjury, however, pale in comparison to Eric Holder’s criminal complicity at the Justice Department. Florida Republican Rep. Allen West and others have pointed to Holder’s attempt to subvert a congressional investigation into Operation Fast and Furious and Project Gunrunner. Fast and Furious led to a number of murders.
Holder’s tiff while questioned before the House Judiciary Committee amply demonstrates the continued collapse of the Obama administration – from Obama’s willful violations of the Constitution to an extraordinary number of scandals from Fast and Furious to the IRS political hit squad – and it also demonstrates the threat such an unprecedented crash and burn represents.
Exposure of this level of political and criminal corruption may ultimately set the stage for a false flag event engineered not only to save Obama, but his global elite puppet masters as well.