Fox News host Andrea Tantaros was on FNC's "Outnumbered," this morning and went slightly crazy and racist as she described in detail her hatred for Attorney General Eric Holder, after it was announced that he was resigning.
Tantaros: He was Obama's coverup guy. He was one of the most divisive, polarizing, controversial, dangerous men in America. Unethical. He didn't enforce the laws on Obamacare. He was droning terrorists without a trial while he was giving them trials in downtown Manhattan. He ran the DOJ much like the Black Panthers would. That is a fact.
She used as many hateful adjectives as she probably knew and crammed them in as best she could in the time she had.
Whenever you hear a conservative use the Black Panthers as an analogy for a Democratic politician or pundit, you know they are actually practicing Lee Atwater's tried and true method of avoiding saying the "N" word when they want to say the "N" word.
Conservative quacks will always be pissed off that George Bush's man Alberto Gonzales was forced to resign.
Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales, one of President Bush's closest confidants and a key architect of his controversial counterterrorism policies, announced yesterday that he is quitting after seven months of bitter confrontation with Congress over his honesty and his competence to run the Justice Department.
Gonzales had long been a lightning rod for critics of the administration's harsh interrogation policies, its secret overseas prisons and its expanded domestic surveillance -- all supported by legal analyses conducted under his supervision or with his concurrence. But his political undoing stemmed from his tangled account of having approved the dismissals of nine U.S. attorneys in 2006 while denying detailed knowledge of the circumstances or reasons.
Here's a blast from the past from deep within the C&L archives. TDS on Gonzo