Remember Obama’s attack dog, Eric Holder?

He’s probably most remembered as the first and ONLY US Attorney—as well as the first member of a sitting president’s cabinet—to be held in contempt of Congress. All this took place after his involvement in the “Fast & Furious” gun-running operation was brought to light.

Oh yeah, and that was the same situation that forced Barry Obama to invoke executive privilege in order to avoid revealing things that would most likely have gotten him investigated or impeached…

But of course, the Left doesn’t seem to remember or want to talk about that. Funny how that happens.

Or…

You may also remember Eric Holder, who, when entertaining the thought of running for President of the United States, said that Democrats should “sink LOWER” than anybody on the Right.

Yeah…

THAT Eric Holder.

If there is one redeeming quality about the man, it’s the fact that he’d fall on a sword for his buddy, Barry O…

Well, maybe.

That being said, Holder understands what’s happening right now in the hallowed halls of the Department of Justice.

Shaking In His Boots

He knows what will happen once Attorney General Bill Barr and his troops get done with their investigation into the FBI’s spying on Trump’s campaign…

He knows that if ALL the secrets come out, he and his buddy Obama could end up getting to know each other a LOT better as cellmates in the federal pokey.

So, they say there’s no better defense than a good offense, and Holder put this saying to the test as he was given OpEd in the Washington Post to plead his case…

Holder used his time to ATTACK current AG Bill Barr by saying he’s “unfit” to hold the post, as well as THREATENING John Durham, Barr’s lead investigator.

This isn’t a joke…

This is what Holder had to say:

“As a former line prosecutor, U.S. attorney and judge, I found it alarming to hear Barr comment on an ongoing investigation, led by John Durham, the U.S. attorney in Connecticut, into the origins of the Russia probe. And as someone who spent six years in the office Barr now occupies, it was infuriating to watch him publicly undermine an independent inspector general report — based on an exhaustive review of the FBI’s conduct — using partisan talking points bearing no resemblance to the facts his own department has uncovered.

When appropriate and justified, it is the attorney general’s duty to support Justice Department components, ensure their integrity and insulate them from political pressures. His or her ultimate loyalty is not to the president personally, nor even to the executive branch, but to the people — and the Constitution — of the United States.

Career public servants at every level of the Justice Department understand this — as do leaders such as FBI Director Christopher A. Wray and Inspector General Michael Horowitz. Their fidelity to the law and their conduct under pressure are a credit to them and the institutions they serve.

Others, like Durham, are being tested by this moment. I’ve been proud to know John for at least a decade, but I was troubled by his unusual statement disputing the inspector general’s findings. Good reputations are hard-won in the legal profession, but they are fragile; anyone in Durham’s shoes would do well to remember that, in dealing with this administration, many reputations have been irrevocably lost.

This is certainly true of Barr, who was until recently a widely respected lawyer. I and many other Justice veterans were hopeful that he would serve as a responsible steward of the department and a protector of the rule of law.”

Wow…

There is so much wrong with this – we’re not even going to begin to dissect it.

But…

The cojones on this guy for say “His or her ultimate loyalty is not to the president personally, nor even to the executive branch, but to the people — and the Constitution — of the United States.”

Come on, the hypocrisy of that statement isn’t even worthy of a response.

Ad Hominem Attacks Don’t Work, Eric…

But he wasn’t done there…

Holder finished with this:

“Virtually since the moment he took office, though, Barr’s words and actions have been fundamentally inconsistent with his duty to the Constitution. Which is why I now fear that his conduct — running political interference for an increasingly lawless president — will wreak lasting damage.

The American people deserve an attorney general who serves their interests, leads the Justice Department with integrity and can be entrusted to pursue the facts and the law, even — and especially — when they are politically inconvenient and inconsistent with the personal interests of the president who appointed him. William Barr has proved he is incapable of serving as such an attorney general. He is unfit to lead the Justice Department.”

Wrong…

Barr is doing EXACTLY what he should be doing: investigating the TRUE crimes that have been perpetrated in DC.

Holder’s just getting nervous that the eye of justice is turning his way…

And the best thing for him to do is to attack the people, NOT the facts that they’ll soon be presenting.

It’s called an ad hominem attack…

And Holder needs to try to sow seeds of doubt in their loyalty and competence in the team that’s sure to put him or at least some of his pals in prison.

But we know better…

The Dems’ world is collapsing all around them…

And it’s glorious.

 

“I had become too accustomed to the pseudo-Left new style, whereby if your opponent thought he had identified your lowest possible motive, he was quite certain that he had isolated the only real one. This vulgar method, which is now the norm and the standard in much non-Left journalism as well, is designed to have the effect of making any noisy moron into a master analyst.” ― Christopher Hitchens