Eric Holder’s Brazenly Corrupt Department of Justice

If one wants to read a comprehensive litany of evidence dictating the immediate indictment and likely imprisonment of Barack Obama’s appointee as Attorney General of the Department of Justice, Eric Holder, a very good start would be to read the October issue of Whistler Magazine published by Joseph Farah, founder, editor and CEO of World Net Daily.

Eric Holder’s Brazenly Corrupt Department of Justice

Here is Joseph Farah’s introduction which is followed in the magazine by 20 other pertinent, factual articles.

Letter from the publisher

I just don’t know how to put this more delicately or diplomatically.  Barack Obama should not be sitting in the White House. He should be sitting in the Big House. Forget all the questions about his identity and qualifications for office, his scandalous associations, his anti-American worldview and his attacks on the economy over the last three years.

As a prelude to this special issue of Whistleblower magazine focused on injustice under the Obama administration, lets just focus on two instances of official corruption and cover-up.

The latest example is the Solyndra scandal. Remember the name. Don’t forget it – even if the press and Congress try to sweep it under the rug. Solyndra represents the perfect storm of Obamas misguided ideology, his reckless political ambition and his eagerness to squander trillions of public dollars to promote both.

It was only two years ago that Joe Biden hailed Solyndra as the centerpiece of the Obama administrations initiative to develop “clean energy technologies,” boasting of $535 million in federal loan guarantees to ensure the politically connected company would have all the resources necessary to produce solar power.

Rahm Emanuel and others in the administration pressured the Office of Management and Budget to finalize the one-sided deal, over the objections of OMB reviewers who preferred due diligence before handing over half a billion to company officials and investors who had, coincidentally, bundled tens of thousands of dollars into Obamas campaign a year earlier and had an open door at the White House ever since – or – at least, until recently when the highly favored company went belly up before ever producing a single kilowatt of electricity.

First of all, solar energy is not some cutting-edge technology. It is being used legitimately and effectively, without public subsidies, to power homes and reduce reliance on traditional power plants. But, whenever Big Government enters the picture, promoting so-called “clean energy” like its a panacea for the future power needs and economic growth potential of the nation, it becomes nothing more than a money suck based on false promises. But Solyndra is much worse than that. It’s clear that Obama granted special favors to its investors and executives after collecting an enormous amount of campaign money from them.

A local or state official who engineered a deal like this would be indicted, tried and convicted of bribery – but this one was orchestrated by the most powerful members of the Obama administration, with his direct involvement.

The second example I would like to offer is the aptly named “Fast and Furious” scandal. This was the plot by the Obama Justice Department to sell American guns to Mexico’s drug cartel – some of which were used to kill people including, at least one U.S. Border Patrol agent.

A congressional probe into sensational, unbelievable, criminal enterprise – again, carefully directed by the highest official in the land with Obama’s oversight – has been stone walled by Attorney General Eric Holder and the White House.

I want you to try to imagine if this were a different administration, perhaps the previous one. What would the press and Democratic members of Congress be saying about scandals of this magnitude if they were the handiwork of George W. Bush

Do you think there would be any hesitation to call for impeachment, trial  and conviction? What if the scandals were discovered  after the Bush team left office?  Do you think there would be any hesitation to prosecute those involved to to the fullest extent of the law?Can you even imagine that scandals  like this would not be at the top of every news report day after day after day?

Neither can I.

In fact, I believe people would be on their way to prison for the crimes and cover-ups that have been perpetrated by this administration. And that’s just what they would deserve. So do the members of this administration – including the man at the top who has been presiding over this kind of  corruption for nearly three years,  It’s taking too long for justice to be done. Tolerance for the secrecy and scandals is destroying the very fabric of this country.

Just what we should expect, I suppose, from the Department of Injustice.

Until next time,

Joseph Farah







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