Big bad Attorney General, Eric Holder, is perceived by the Reich Wingers at Fox News as a lawless bully. To cement their purview that racism in Ferguson (and everywhere else we suspect) is not a problem, they bring on a man who has a rich history being a racist fear-monger. He is a believer in reverse racism, because who's going to defend the white guy? Meet J Christian Adams (JCA), contributor to Pajamas Media. He can spot reverse racism better than anyone.
If we had that frank, truthful discussion about race, we'd learn that the Obama administration doesn't believe some civil rights laws protect every American. The Bush Civil Rights Division was willing to protect all Americans from racial discrimination; during the Obama years, the Holder years, only some Americans will be protected. Americans have a right to know and judge the racial policies of the administration they elected in 2008...
In the same post, he stated that "the best explanation for the corrupt dismissal" of the New Black Panthers case "is the profound hostility by the Obama Civil Rights Division in the Justice Department towards a race-neutral enforcement of civil rights laws."
Not only does JCA have a disgusting history of voter fraud advocacy, he was also a member of the Groundswell Group. The Groundswell Group is all about planning scandals and controversies that hold up the functionality of government, such as the "I.R.S. scandal" and the "Benghazi" controversy.
JCA contributes content to the True the Vote site on issues such as whether any fix to the Voting Rights Act is possible after it was gutted by the Supreme Court in June. Adams serves as counsel to the Election Law Center, yet another right-wing effort to suppress the vote
Tucker Carlson asks the clearly racist JCA,
'So can an Attorney General say, I don't like your police department, I'm dismantling it?'
JCA excoriates the current D.O.J. led by Eric Holder with a vengeance.
'This might be some fantasy of Eric Holder's that he can go around the country and obliterate local police departments, but there's no basis in the law, Tucker. But of course we're used to that with THIS Attorney General. He can't simply say the Federal Government is going to blow up your police department if you send some emails, some inappropriate emails, about the First Lady. This is not something the statute, the law allows. But it's the sort of thing that these people think about that they WISH they could do, they have to convince a judge to impose a remedy and the D.O.J. has NEVER sought to blow up a police department.'
Tucker says Holder's office is trying to federalize local police departments. JCA concurs and he thinks it's all about Washington trying to impose its will on local jurisdictions. He doesn't condemn any of the things the Ferguson P.D. has done to African-Americans. The appalling findings of the D.O.J. are apparently not relevant.
JCA is very threatened by imaginary enemies, like the New Black Panther Movement. He's suffered from Obama Derangement Syndrome for quite some time now. On the day President Obama was elected, armed men wearing the black berets and jackboots of the New Black Panther Party were stationed at the entrance to a polling place in Philadelphia. They brandished a weapon and intimidated voters and poll watchers. JCA continues his suspicious train of thought on Fox and Friends.
At PJ Media, for example Tucker, we detail the resumés of the lawyers in the Ferguson unit. The people who will be working on these police issues and they're all total radicals. You have people like Sergio Perez who works for a group called The Junta For Progressive Actions, you have other lawyers who work for the BLACK organization of Soul Sisters. Truly it reads like a farce....these are the people imposing their radical left wing will on the cops.
Yes, it's a radical left wing idea that people shouldn't be blatantly racist and should not act with disgust towards an entire demographic.
Tucker jokingly suggests,
"Let's put Al Sharpton in charge, shall we?"
It never fails, Tucker Carlson always leaves us with a catty remark that makes us hate him just a little more every time we see him.