March 08, 2011

Don't dare call it a hate crime!

OK everybody, just imagine if the races were reversed in this video. As it is, where's the Delaware Human Relations Commission? At least this has some real examples of racism evident.

Or, maybe Attorney General Eric Holder can explain away this as a situation not as bad as "what [black] people endured in the South in the 60s," like he did regarding complaints about his Justice Dept. dropping the case against those Black Panthers in Philly in 2008. Perplexingly, too, Philly's own Rep. Chaka Fattah said the following:

The most unethical thing a person can do is make allegations based on absolutely nothing. The only issue of race is singling out this particular decision...That this rises to national significance is bogus on its face.

Maybe Fattah ought to inform his own Congressional Black Caucus of that "most unethical" behavior, especially considering the allegations of racial epithets it made against the Tea Party ... which were based on absolutely nothing. (So much so that a substantial financial reward was offered for proof of these epithets, and not a single individual came forward to collect ... despite video cameras being all over the place at the Capitol.) On the other hand, somehow to Fattah "absolutely nothing" includes video evidence of the Panthers' intimidation at a polling place, then the fact that the Holder Justice Dept. dropped charges against the Panthers involved, and lastly sworn testimony by a DOJ insider that the current Dept. of Justice operates in a racially biased manner.

Posted by Hube at March 8, 2011 03:44 PM | TrackBack

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