Skip to comments.Va. Congressman Adamant About New Black Panther Case
Posted on 09/07/2009 7:07:37 AM PDT by William Tell 2
South Phila. Native: I Am A Believer In The Voting Rights Act
Rep. Frank Wolf R- Va., told The Bulletin in an exclusive interview, that he fully intends to learn why Attorney General Eric Holders Justice Department voluntarily dismissed a lawsuit for which they already obtained a judgment against two members of the New Black Panther Party for Self-Defense for violation of the Voting Rights Act that occurred last Election Day in North Philadelphia.
Mr. Wolf is the ranking member of the House subcommittee, which has jurisdiction of the Dept. of Justice (DOJ). He is an unapologetic staunch supporter of the Voting Rights Act. He was the only member - Republican or Democrat - of Virginias House delegation to vote for the 1981 Voting Rights Act. He voted for the acts reauthorization in 2006.
I voted for the Voting Rights Act in 1981 and received a lot of criticism for doing so, said Mr. Wolf. I believe in the Voting Rights Act. I believe there has been a violation of voting rights in this case.
He is so disturbed about DOJs actions that he is considering filing a resolution of inquiry before the House Judiciary Committee, although he expressed his desire that such a drastic measure will not be necessary.
We're going to force Eric Holder to address this, Mr. Wolf said. I do think there is something funny about this. I don't know what it is.
Mr. Wolf ....
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All in all, it’s just another brick in the wall.
Frank Wolf was my congressman in Va. He’s a good man—and a prime example why term limits would be bad....
We'll see. I don't hold out much hope.Zer0 & all his cronnies shiite on the American people and they wil shiite on any House subcommitte, as well. They respect no one but Marxist & Communist idealogues.
(Rep. Frank Wolf R- Va., told The Bulletin in an exclusive interview, that he fully intends to learn why Attorney General Eric Holders Justice Department voluntarily dismissed a lawsuit for which they already obtained a judgment against two members of the New Black Panther Party for Self-Defense for violation of the Voting Rights Act that occurred last Election Day in North Philadelphia. )
Could the guy really be that stupid?
2 words Representative.
Perhaps the “interrogators” who took a drill into the terrorists cell, and now face charges, should have instead taken a “blackjack”. Holder would drop the case.
Well with your kind of attitude, no I don’t think anything will get done.
However, most people, as shown by the Tea Parties and by the Health Insurance revolt, don’t have your attitude and will be outraged about this once they find out ( which is why the mainstream media refuses, and I mean refuses, to report this).
The important thing is to know that someone - or in this case - a group of people Rep. Wolf and the Civil Rights Commission - are generating pressure. Now the people must speak out.
So no it’s not Rep. Wolf who is stupid.
Somebody should warn Sen Wolf that he is messing with (Farrakahns and) Obamas civilian army....
I will give my opinion about 0bama and Holdren.
Somehow or other, they have been connected to SDS/Black Panthers/Weather Underground or some other similar anti-capitalist movement. I believe there is a DIRECT connection between 0bama in Occidental and SDS/Black Panthers, an associate he kept up when he went to Columbia and Harvard.
In another forum, it’s been alluded that 0bama’s in-laws were members of the Black Panthers. No verification . . . someone who has access to archived files in the Chicago Library may want to go there and check the old newspapers for stories. (Before 0bama closes the archives.)
Mr. Wolf, if the answer was a snake, it would be biting your face.