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Yesterday during a speech on the House floor, Republican Rep. Paul Gosar took a moment to remind everyone of Attorney General Eric Holder's lawless record in the Department of Justice. Gosar has been leading a charge of no confidence against Holder for years and re-introduced his Resolution of No Confidence earlier this year. The Resolution calls for Holder's immediate resignation and has 137 co-sponsors in the House. Holder is still in criminal and civil contempt of Congress.
Mr. Speaker, I rise today to shed light on Attorney General Eric Holder’s blatant disregard for the rule of law. Mr. Holder’s violations of the law are egregious and he should not be immune from the prosecution or given license to act without restraint. An ordinary citizen would go to jail for selling guns to Mexican drug cartels. An ordinary citizen would go to jail for secretly obtaining phone records and emails. An ordinary citizen would go to jail for lying to Congress about an investigation. What would happen to an ordinary citizen for lying to a judge? This is just a small part of what Attorney General Eric Holder is responsible for.
To this day Mr. Holder remains in contempt and has failed to produce the records the American people are entitled to see. For an administration that promised a new era of transparency, its secrecy and obstructionism has turned from hypocritical to ironic.
Originally posted by mobiusmale
I have to wonder why there is such a lack of outrage in America, over this man's unbelievable record as Attorney General?
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