AG Holder a Betting Man

That’s how this Hot Air article portrays him. Nevertheless, this article is an excellent read and blockquotes this tidbit within theirs:

The 1965 Voting Rights Act was created to combat the systematic disenfranchisement of minorities, especially in Southern states with a history of discrimination. But the Justice position is a lead zeppelin, contradicting both the Supreme Court and the Department’s own precedent. In 2005, Justice approved a Georgia law with the same provisions and protections of the one Mr. Holder nixed for South Carolina. In 2008, the Supreme Court ruled 6-3 in Crawford v. Marion County Election Board that an Indiana law requiring photo ID did not present an undue burden on voters.

But betting man? Holder? I’m surprised has hasn’t folded his hand. He really should.

Read the whole article as Hot Air’s Ed Morrissey points out that the photo-id established by Indiana and others are provided to the applicant for free.


4 responses to “AG Holder a Betting Man

  1. No. Holder is not fond of betting, nor does he qualify as a man. The boy just knows that he can block SC’s move until after the elections, that’s all. That was the whole point of this.

  2. See the LINDYGATE case in Texas. United States Department of Justice case DJ- 144- 74- 6219 murder of federal informant Lindy Honerkamp pertaining to the “break in” into government computer databases, and the cover up principal used by Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott committing Medicaid fraud, and other reprehensible acts of retaliation against Carol Ann Davis in Harris County, Texas. See Harris County misdemeanor case 174264 and Greg Abbott’s ‘executive privilege ‘ to cover up and other cover up of false charges. Lindy suffered retaliation and intimidation due to her assistance to federal law enforcement in a federal criminal case of conspiracy filed against former Texas Speaker of the House Gus Mutscher infamous for the SHARPSTOWN Bank fraud scandal otherwise known as the Shadow on the Alamo. But the U.S. v Gus Mutscher H- 91-175 is not widely known; in fact it’s like a dirty little secret in the state of Texas. Lindy Harrison Honerkamp is the ex-wife of Texas Ethics Commissioner Attorney Warren “Tom” Harrison. Tom Harrison owed Lindy over $ 250,000 in back child support. The court RICO victims hold the truths of the document evidence of a fraudulent identity, murder base in fact and law, and a forged thumbprint to be self evident including violations of “fair use” among other violations of state and federal law risking national security by manufacturing fraudulent identities to obtain wrongful convictions, and other crimes of extortion, police, prosecutorial, judicial misconduct including ‘defense’ lawyer misconduct. In the early 1990’s FBI Agent Ron Stern solicited Carol Ann Davis. Finally U.S. Senator John Cornyn has taken an interest since 2007 and has seen the very damaging evidence against the state of Texas and the ugly realities of the crimes committed against the children of the State of Texas.

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