A MSNBC host claimed outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder “wasn’t political at all” during his tenure at the Justice Department, despite reality showing otherwise.

MSNBC’s Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd described Holder as a “very non-political person” who doesn’t think about the “politics of an issue,” which are boldface lies considering Holder spent his entire career chipping away at the Second Amendment and America’s foundation as a nation of laws and not of men.

“The guy wasn’t political at all and in many ways just ended up being the point person to attract a lot of – a lot of attacks,” Todd asserted.

Todd also said Holder served mainly as a “surrogate” for attacks meant for the president, an amusing claim given that Holder was the center of the Operation: Fast and Furious scandal in which the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives intentionally armed Mexican drug cartels to then blame the ensuring violence on the Second Amendment and offer new gun regulations as the solution to the crisis created by the government.

This criminal false flag operation, motivated by a purely political agenda, led to the deaths of over 200 people, including Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry.

Holder announced his resignation today because earlier this week a federal judge ordered the Justice Dept. to begin releasing documents pertaining to the operation, according to Tom Fitton, the president of the government watchdog group Judicial Watch, which spearheaded the investigation into Operation: Fast and Furious.

“I don’t think it’s any coincidence he’s resigning as the courts are ruling the Fast and Furious information has to be released,” he said.

And Operation: Fast and Furious was only one of Holder’s numerous political scandals.

Back in April, we revealed that the Justice Dept. was pressuring banks to refuse service to businesses Holder was targeting politically, such as gun stores, in a program entitled Operation Choke Point.

The program, which is a joint operation between the DOJ, FDIC and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, aims to shut down various legal businesses, including firearm dealers, dating services and pornography distributors, by coercing financial institutions to close the bank and merchant accounts associated with these businesses, which were declared “high-risk” by the feds.

“Federal law enforcers are targeting merchant categories like payday lenders, ammunition and tobacco sales, and telemarketers – but not merely by pursuing those merchants directly,” Jason Oxman, the CEO of the Electronic Transactions Association, wrote. “Rather, Operation Choke Point is flooding payments companies that provide processing service to those industries with subpoenas, civil investigative demands, and other burdensome and costly legal demands.”

Both Operation: Fast and Furious and Operation Choke Point stem from Holder’s long-term goal to eradicate gun rights by turning public support against the Second Amendment.

“We need to do this every day of the week and just really brainwash people into thinking about guns in a vastly different way,” he said to the Woman’s National Democratic Club back in 1995.

So if Holder “wasn’t political at all,” as Todd asserts, does that also mean blue is red, war is peace, and 2+2=5?

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