Yet Another Federal Scandal…
Published Tue, Jul 16th, 2013 Marty Biancuzzo, Senior Political Analyst
The two most debated words of the week.
For the past year, the George Zimmerman trial has sparked a nationwide debate over racial profiling versus self-defense… and more specifically, Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” self-defense law.
Over the weekend, a Florida jury comprised of six women found George Zimmerman not guilty of second-degree murder. Because he was viewed as a community watchman just doing his job – protecting himself and his neighbors – they deemed his actions justifiable.
But amidst the highlypublicized trial, something else was taking place below the radar. You see, recently published documents reveal that there is a guilty party here. But it’s not George Zimmerman, and it’s not Trayvon Martin…
Well, well, well… Who could’ve ever seen this coming?
Obama’s main henchman, Eric Holder, has been caught red-handed again.
Of course, I’m being sarcastic. My esteemed colleague, Floyd Brown, smelled the stench of corruption all over this guy long ago. In fact, on behalf of Capitol Hill Daily, he outright called for Holder’s resignation.
And following the slew of recent scandals, the majority of American citizens called for Holder’s resignation too – including Democrats.
But Holder is far too pompous and much too arrogant to ever consider leaving office… even if just about the entire nation demands it.
He’s the poster boy for just how out of control big government can become.
And let me tell you something. If you aren’t concerned about how sweeping Obama’s government has become, you should be…
Fueling the Fire
There’s an arm of the U.S. Justice Department called the Community Relations Service (CRS) – a division created by the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
The CRS is meant to act as the community “peacemaker” in times of racial tension and conflict.
It’s the only Federal agency dedicated to preventing racial tension by restoring community stability and harmony. And it turns out that Holder has his own definition of what CRS should be used for.
You see, I got my hands on official CRS document… And what I found is utterly deplorable.
The document implies that the DOJ spent U.S. taxpayer dollars on the organization and implementation of anti-George Zimmerman rallies.
According to the documents, the DOJ’s CRS unit was first deployed to Sanford, Florida from March 25-27,2012 to work protests, marches, demonstrations and anti-Zimmerman rallies.
These were the protests that occurred directly after the shooting death of Trayvon Martin…
The protests that were openly hostile towards George Zimmerman…
The protests that ignited racial tension by pinning a Latino man against an entire African American community while comparing the murder to several acts of white-on-black violence…
The protests that rallied leading figures like Reverend Al Sharpton and Black Panther groups to help further the racial hostility… all on taxpayer dime.
Salaries not included, the DOJ spent close to $10,000 for the rallies. A drop in the bucket in the grand scheme of things, but the issue is far from how much money was spent.
The issue is about the brazen assumption by federal officials that taxpayers would want their money spent towards fueling race riots.
It’s about the audacious politicizing of a man on trial as a means to skew public opinion.
This is a clear violation of the entire concept of due process – an essential right.
And it’s about the scary reality that We the People are so easily manipulated by widespread government reach.
Keep in mind that this was never a race-related issue. The media and the DOJ awakened that conversation. This was always an issue over self-defense and whether George Zimmerman’s actions truly reflected protection or unnecessary murder.
It’s yet another example of the administration’s desire to control public opinion and further its own agenda. The government now literally pays to rally up passionate acts of protest against the concept of self-defense.
From day one, Obama and his crew have aggressively fought against gun ownership… against your right to protect yourself. Now the message out of Washington seems to be the desire to disarm citizens.
Why else would a division of government meant for “preventing racial tension and restoring ethnic harmony,” pour a bucket of gasoline on a small fire?
Why else would Eric Holder still be employed?
Your eyes on the Hill,