Origins: In January 2015, an open letter dated 28 December 2014 and addressed to Attorney General Eric Holder was reproduced on a number of web sites, attributed to a former FBI special agent named K. Dee McCown. The letter in question (usually described as “epic”) was typically presented with no context or sourcing information indicating how it made its way to the Internet.
The letter, reproduced below in its entirety, focuses on a number of recent race-related controversies:
Washington Examiner, by Gregory Kane, March 15, 2012 – As the U.S. Justice Department sought to block voter identification laws in three states, an Albuquerque, N.M., man recently registered his dog to vote.
Thomas Tolbert used a fake Social Security number and date of birth to fill out a voter registration card for his dog, Buddy. He mailed it in and, two weeks later, got a voter registration card for Buddy.
According to news reports, a woman named Maggie Toulouse Oliver is the clerk of Bernalillo County, N.M. According to those same reports, Oliver has her nose at least six inches out of joint about what Tolbert did.
From the NRA (America’s 1st Freedom), by Mark Chesnut, January 2012 – “Fast and Furious”—the very phrase brings varying emotions: anger, outrage, confusion, even apathy.
The anger and outrage are understandable considering the federal government, while calling for a renewed ban on so-called “assault weapons,” knowingly and intentionally placed hundreds of guns into the hands of murderous Mexican drug cartels, resulting in the death of at least one federal agent and many other people. Continue reading →
Center for Individual Freedom, By Quin Hillyer, Wednesday, August 24 2011- According to every outlet of the establishment media, it was a near-earthshaking scandal when the Bush Justice Department rejected some applicants for “career” (officially non-political) jobs because the applicants were too liberal. “The entire Justice Department and all Americans were harmed” screamed the Washington Post. Continue reading →
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Dead Voters Epidemic Blocked?
The Washington Times
The dead voters may be forced back into their graves. It came when whistleblowing attorney J. Christian Adams told the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights that top Justice Department official Julie Fernandes had openly refused to enforce laws that require states to remove ineligible names – dead people, felons, people who have moved – from voter rolls.
The biggest scandal emerging from the infamous New Black Panther voter- intimidation case didn’t even involve the Black Panthers.
“It has nothing to do with increasing turnout, and we are just not going to do it.” Continue reading →