Skip to comments.Justice Dept.: Racial disputes abound in voting section, but no partisan slant
Posted on 03/12/2013 7:38:58 PM PDT by Nachum
Deep ideological divisions within the Justice Departments voting rights section fueled disputes harmful to its operation and often evolved into the harassment of its employees and managers, but there was insufficient evidence to show that either the Bush or the Obama administration used the enforcement of voting laws to seek improper partisan advantage, the agencys inspector general said Tuesday. The long-awaited report, spawned by the New Black Panther Party voter harassment investigation, was released as Assistant Attorney General Thomas E. Perez, who oversees the section, is being considered
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“...Obama administration used the enforcement of voting laws to seek improper partisan advantage...”
But did anyone bother to check how many times the average Obama supporter voted?
No, I thought not.
Perez couldn’t find his asshole with a searchlight. He is so filled with hate for white men that I would rank him right up there with Rev. Jackson, Sharpton, the Black Panthers, and Maxine Waters as the Top Ten Whitey Haters in America.
One day he will go to jail for the illegal operations of Casa de Maryland, but only when the Democrats are driven out of office there so that a complete investigation can take place.
Thanks to deliberately deceptive statements of overt unreality such as the following have resulted in Americans arming themselves for what many see as a coming war:
“The offices investigation of the New Black Panther incident, made public in March 2011, said Justice Department attorneys did not commit professional misconduct or exercise poor judgment in their handling of the case by dismissing three defendants, who were accused in January 2009 of intimidating voters with racial insults, slurs and a nightstick at a Philadelphia polling place.
The Office of Professional Responsibility said it found no evidence that the decision to dismiss the case against the New Black Panther Party and two of its members was predicated on political considerations.”