The reason Eric Holder resigned should be obvious, but the media is ignoring it.
“Coincidence is the word we use when we can’t see the levers and pulleys.” – Emma Bull
If history were unbiased, the Obama administration would be remembered as the most scandal-plagued administration in American history. But we all know that history is frequently warped. However, if history is simply biased, then the present is absolute chaos. The present is a deluge of lies drenching the American people, and because we are in the thick of it, many cannot tell the difference between truth, and lies. Because the media is so fervently devoted to the left, they have crated a fantasy world in which liberal policies are flawless, and liberal politicians are pure-hearted, benevolent semi-deities who have nothing but light to shine on the peasantry.
Many who are under the spell of the Democratic magicians write off Obama’s numerous scandals as targeting by conservatives. They don’t see the connective tissue between what the Obama administration does, and its motives. Its all a series of random occurrences, where motivation has no influence on actions. Obama just so happened to finalize two-year negotiations to release Bowe Bergdahl just as the VA scandal was heating up? It was obviously a calculated move to distract from the administration’s handling of the VA. Americans have seemingly lost the ability to discern cause, and effect.
So, as the game goes, the average American voter will see no connection between the resignation of Eric Holder as Attorney General, and the fact that the Obama administration has recently been forced to release documents regarding the Fast and Furious gun running scandal, which they had previously kept locked up tight. But there’s obviously a connection, and it’s a big deal. Let’s break this down:
- The administration has kept documents pertaining to the Fast and Furious gun running operation locked up, citing executive privilege. However, just what that means has never been clarified. Additionally, how exactly does executive privilege cover Eric Holder, and the DOJ? According to Senator Chuck Grassley, back in 2012:
“How can the president assert executive privilege if there was no White House involvement? How can the president exert executive privilege over documents he’s supposedly never seen? Is something very big being hidden to go to this extreme? The contempt citation is an important procedural mechanism in our system of checks and balances.”
- Even after years of this scandal playing out, Eric Holder has remained Attorney General. He has not been forced to resign, nor has he resigned of his own volition.
- Judicial Watch has finally gotten a judge to rule against the Obama administration. According to Matthew Boyle of Breitbart:
“The court ruling to which Fitton [pres. Of Judicial Watch] is referring is an order by a federal judge that by Oct. 22 the DOJ must provide Judicial Watch with a listing of the Fast and Furious documents the administration is hiding under Obama’s executive privilege—called a ‘Vaughn index.'”
- Now, with the ruling against the DOJ, numerous documents that were kept under lock and key by the Obama administration may be revealed for the world to see.
- Very shortly after this ruling, Eric Holder decided to resign.
Now, some people may see this as coincidence. Those people are mentally defective. It’s clear that whatever these documents may reveal is damaging enough to the DOJ, and/or president Obama that there needed to be a grand shakeup. Either Eric Holder is guilty of something severe, and his resignation is indicative of that, or, more likely, his resignation is being used to cover for Obama. Why else would president Obama invoke executive privilege if he were not involved in some way with the alleged legal wrongdoing that took place during the Fast and Furious operation?
As is common with the administration, a lower level member will take the blame in its entirety for any illegal activity, thus leaving Obama blameless. I’m certain Obama will suffer no legal repercussions, because the left is a well-oiled machine capable of keeping even their most vile members free of blame, and prison time. But with all the evidence pointing toward some involvement on Obama’s part in this scandal, and its subsequent cover-up, anyone with sense can only come to one conclusion: Obama is a criminal.
People cite coincidence when they are unwilling to see the levers, and pulleys. I see the levers, and the pulleys, and I’m calling out Obama as a criminal, plain, and simple.