I Guess This Makes Me A Racist
Poor little Eric Holder – under seige for his involvement in Fast and Furious, as Matthew Boyle writing for The Daily Caller wrote: “Holder accused his growing chorus of critics of racist motivations in a Sunday interview published in the New York Times. When reached by The Daily Caller Monday morning, the Department of Justice provided no evidence to support the attorney general’s claims.” (Justice Dept. Silent as Holder charges critics with racism; 12/19/11)
Holder said: “This is a way to get at the president because of the way I can be identified with him. Both due to the nature of our relationship and, you know, the fact that we’re both African-American.”
First, let me say I don’t Holder to resign – I want him to be impeached, indicted, have public trial, found guilty, and sent to prison for the maximum the law allows (life wouldn’t be long enough for me), with no hope of parole. And when he is gone, based on what we’ve found out thanks to the spectacular work of J. Christian Adams, I would argue that the 90 percent of the civil rights division be dismissed because they’re racialists. If that makes me a racist, it is a badge that I wear proudly.
What does it say when the chief law enforcement officer in the United States, makes a national proclamation that it is racist to hold him accountable under the law? I’ll tell you – it says that blacks are not to be held to the same standards of legal propriety that everyone else is. It sends a clear and unambiguous message that anytime a black person breaks the law and is called to give account of same, their defense is “It’s because I’m black.”
As everyone with the IQ of peanut brittle knows, being black has nothing to do with it, and specific to that point, even if skin color did play a part – if you’re black and not openly breaking the law, you’re not likely to be arrested. At least that was the case until a black Kenyan-Communist president and a black racist Communist attorney general, agreed to spit on the Constitution with the help of Congress and move to pass the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) which allows for Americans to be arrested and imprisoned in detention camps, indefinitely without being charged, and without hope of trial.
What type of family upbringing did Holder have, that instilled such hatred for laws and the Constitution? We know what kind of people Obama’s mother and father were – but what did Holder’s mother and father instill in him that gave rise to such hatred? Whatever it was they must be proud, that their child, who was appointed to uphold the document that provided freedom and hope to their ancestors, has decided to use it for bathroom tissue.
Holder, with Obama’s tacit stamp of approval, has operated as a racialist in every aspect of his job since taking office. He has ordered the qualification scores be lowered to the equivalent of a “F” grade in Dayton, Ohio just so blacks, that couldn’t pass a hat much less pass a civil service exam, are hired on the police force. (SEE: Obama-Holder’s latest punish-Whitey move; WND.com; 3/15/11; Mychal Massie) Holder and Obama are suing states for trying to protect their citizens from the onslaught of illegal aliens and the disease, destruction, crime, and expense associated with them. Holder-Obama gave their full support to the New Black Panther Party voter intimidation case in Philadelphia. Together they have actively worked protect and secure terrorists like Nidal Malik Hasan the Fort Hood Muslim terrorist/murderer.
Holder is right, it is racism – and it’s all coming from he and Comrade Home-Boy. Together they have done more to fan the flames of racism than the late Ku klux Klan leader and Democrat Congressman Robert Byrd did in his lifetime. I hate racism, and I condemn those people with three teeth and blond hair who marry their cousins and call themselves aryans, who will use my outrage as a sign of support for their reprehensible racial bigotry. But, I hate and condemn it on all sides of the race spectrum, but at least those people and those that are given $3.00, a bag lunch, and protest sign to show up at a Jesse Jackson rally, can claim ignorance.
That cannot be said of Holder and Obama. As Michelle Obama has made transpicuously from her college thesis to her vulgar diatribes at Jeremiah Wright’s church – these people embody the vilest and truest form of racism. They are racialists in the highest levels of power, who exercise the ability to disaffect persons based on race alone.
“Holder attacked the media for covering the Fast and Furious scandal…alleging that The Daily Caller is ‘behind’ the calls for his resignation, [simply] because [TheDC] has been reporting on the subject. The pusillanimous cry-baby racist told TheDC “you guys need to – you need to stop this, it’s not an organic thing that’s just happening [i.e., people calling for him to be held accountable]. You guys are behind it.”
Imagine that, the attorney general crying boo-hoo, because there is at least one media outlet that is doing its job. It’s almost as insulting as President Nixon saying he wasn’t “a Crook” or Bill Clinton wagging his finger at the camera. Holder is a disgrace and a dark spot on the fabric of unity in the United States, and I include Obama in that summation as well.
Finally, I know that White House and Justice Department trolls read what I write. So, let me be clear. If calling for Holder to give account of his misdeeds makes me a racist, I’m proud to be designated as such. I encourage anyone who cares about the criminal acts of Holder and Obama to step up and be racists with me – because unlike the case with David Duke, the New Black Panther Party, and Jeremiah Wright – we’re the kind of racists who fight for truth, justice, freedom, and inclusion of every person regardless of their color, race, or sex.
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here