Skip to comments.Palin Slams Eric Holder's 'Disgusting' False Racism Charges
Posted on 07/19/2014 5:44:20 PM PDT by Resettozero
Saturday in Denver at the Western Conservative Summit former Governor Sarah Palin (R-AK) slammed Attorney General Eric Holder for his appearance on ABC's "This Week" last Sunday when he accused Obama administration detractors of being motivated by race.
Palin slammed Holder, saying, "I don't need lectures from Eric Holder." Taunting him, she continued, "Not many cabinet members in U.S. history have been held in contempt of Congress." The Tea Party firebrand urged, "instead of shamelessly playing that race card," he should look at the protests in black and latino communities about the resources going to the illegal immigrant children flooding across the U.S. Mexico border. Palin said, "That racism charge is a disgusting, false charge. Just because someone opposes a failed unjust agenda that makes them a racist, Mr. Attorney General?"
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Her delivery is a bit too theatrical............someone gave her bad advice............
I love this woman. I really do.
"Not many cabinet members in U.S. history have been held in contempt of Congress", well, except for maybe the unprosecuted felonious ones...
This Conservative Family also loves this woman...
would vote for her in a heart beat..
Run! Sarah! Run!
Holder should look in the nearest mirror and see what a real bigot looks like. The hate and bigotry comes from those like him and Obama who have yet to adapt to the western world and it’s rich and glorious culture. God Bless Sarah Palin and the millions of less visible patriots who know and love this country. The Great OZ has spoken.
Holder is a West India Barbadian. I have no problem with them. It is the East India Barbadians that I have a problem with.
Class of 98 checking in; the gop-e that most of them are.
Race issues in this country have been reduced to the condescending nonsense of leftists, in which anyone who disagrees with any black person is assumed to be coming from a racist angle.
Black student: Two plus two equals three.
Non-black teacher: No, two plus two equals four.
Black student: Why do you hate black people?
That is what has become of race in this country; no expectations of blacks are tolerated.