A lengthy summary of an extremely corrupt and prejudiced Attorney General. Long, but detailed and for those who want the facts rather than the gut instinct, this is a superb read. One totally compromised supporter of the Statist, fascist mission. I have no doubt there are a number of hidden, likely insidious reasons for his departure at this time.
However, I am very sure Mr. Holder will be walking a path paved with gold.
HOLDER’S PROFLIGATE USE OF TAXPAYER MONEY FOR PERSONAL FLIGHTS
According to records obtained by The Daily Caller through a Freedom of Information Act request, Holder has commonly flown on chartered, government-owned Gulfstream V jets for personal and recreational trips. Like other top government officials, however, he has not been required to reimburse the government for the total cost of chartering those planes, but only to pay the equivalent cost of a coach commercial airline ticket for himself and each non-law enforcement passenger accompanying him. For one $15,000 flight in 2010, for instance, Holder reimbursed the government $421. Similarly, in June 2014 he reimbursed the government $955 for a $14,440 flight he took with four companions to Elmont, New York, to attend the final leg of the Triple Crown horse races. In 2013, the Government Accountability Office released a report stating that these government jets were meant to be used for counter-terrorism actions, not for personal activities.
HOLDER ANNOUNCES RESIGNATION
On September 24, 2014, Holder announced that he would soon resign from his post as Attorney General. He would stay on, he added, until his successor was named and confirmed by the Senate.
Upon Holder’s announcement that he would soon be resigning, Al Sharpton said that his own civil rights organization, the National Action Network, was already “engaged in immediate conversations with the White House on deliberations over a successor whom we hope will continue in the general direction of Attorney General Holder.” “The resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder is met with both pride and disappointment by the Civil Rights community,” added Sharpton. “We are proud that he has been the best Attorney General on Civil Rights in U.S. history, and disappointed because he leaves at a critical time when we need his continued diligence most.”