Skip to comments.Holder calls hate crimes an 'affront to who we are'
Posted on 04/17/2014 11:37:56 AM PDT by ncfool
Attorney General Eric Holder said hate crimes are an affront to what the United States stands for in comments at a memorial service Thursday for three people killed in a shooting at a Jewish community center in Kansas.
Every alleged hate crime, no matter the intended target, is an affront to who we are and who we have always been both as a country and as a people,
I was at the service today at the KCC JCC. It was a packed house of leaders from across the Kansas area both political,Overland Park, Johnson County and Clergy. My personal thanks goes out to the planners of the memorial sevice.
The KCC JCC, The Jewish Federation, Rabbi Nemintoff, Pastor Adam Hamilton,Rev Glenn miles. The end of the service had the entire faith based clergy in KC up on stage for the kindling of the three yahrzeit candle memorialze the three victims.
This was truly a citywide memorial service. People off all faiths and backgrounds.
Eric Holder is an affront to who we are.
You’re DOJ enabled the witness-protected maniac, Tweedle Dee.
The man hasn't one molecule of shame, does he...
Holder is the very epitome of “hate crime”.
“To who we be’s.” He does have a past of illegally taking over administrative offices.
The government’s war on Christianity is a hate crime. Holder enforces it so he’s a hate criminal. Obama is the master hater.
If you kill people, but don’t hate them, its all OK. In fact, if you love them, killing is a wonderful thing.
I certainly would rather be killed by someone who loved me
Thomas Sowell: Reading Colin Flahertys book made painfully clear to me that the magnitude of this problem is greater than I had discovered from my own research. He documents both the race riots and the media and political evasions in dozens of cities. National Review.
Sean Hannity: White Girl Bleed a Lot has gone viral.
Los Angeles Times: a favorite of conservative voices.
Daily Caller: As the brutal knockout game sweeps across the U.S., one author isnt surprised by the attacks or the media reaction. Colin Flaherty, author of the book White Girl Bleed A Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How The Media Ignore It, began chronicling the new wave of violence nearly a year ago revealing disturbing racial motivations behind the attacks and a pattern of media denial.
- See more at: http://whitegirlbleedalot.com/#sthash.FgXHqolC.dpuf
Holder’s definition of a hate crime:
A crime committed by anyone who Eric Holder hates.
Has anyone been able to explain “The Knockout Game” to Holder???
A leading Department of Justice attorney who quit his job after over the Obama administrations refusal to prosecute Black Panthers who intimidated voters outside polls during the 2008 election claims the administration has ordered the DOJ not to pursue voting-rights cases against black people.
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2010/06/173117/#PMQGWVd0ZBd8DTpZ.99
If ever there was a justification for the Klan, Hølder is it.
Government pushing abortion and forcing Christians to pay for it against their will through “taxation” (ObamaCare) is a hate crime. Government pushing homosexual marriages and forcing Christians to conduct them against their will is a hate crime. Forcing private citizens to bake wedding cakes for or photograph homosexual marriage against their will is a hate crime. Abortion and homosexual acts are abominations in God’s eye. And forcing Christians to deny their religion and God is no different than forcing Jews to deny God or their religion. Persecution is persecution.
When the U.S. government forces damnation on an unwilling Christian people, especially when it cannot be disputed that the Founders absolutely intended the free exercise of religion to be the law of the land, even wrote it into the Bill of Rights contained within our Constitution, how is this example of unconstitutional government force any different from the forceful actions of a hateful fascist government? Why is this not considered to be religious persecution, hate crimes, tyranny?