Eric Holder: Focus on Black Panther Voter Intimidation Case Demeans “My People”… WHAT!!!


It’s official, Eric Holder is the worst Attorney general ever and this Administrations is one big double standard, wrapped in hypocrisy. Imagine what the MSM would be doing if a white Republican made such a comment. It is obvious, Eric Holder must go.


Holder’s People intimidating people at a polling place in Philly

Holder will forever be known for two bone head moves as AG. One, his ridiculous effort to try KSM in Manhattan, NY instead of GITMO and his “whitewashing” of the Blank Panther voter intimidation case. Sorry if the truth hurts Eric. But from the mouth of AG Holder comes, “focus on Black Panther Case Demeans “My People”…”. Your people, huh?

Attorney General Eric Holder finally got fed up Tuesday with claims that the Justice Department went easy in a voting rights case against members of the New Black Panther Party because they are African American.

Holder’s frustration over the criticism became evident during a House Appropriations subcommittee hearing as Rep. John Culberson (R-Texas) accused the Justice Department of failing to cooperate with a Civil Rights Commission investigation into the handling of the 2008 incident in which Black Panthers in intimidating outfits and wielding a club stood outside a polling place in Philadelphia.

The Attorney General seemed to take personal offense at a comment Culberson read in which former Democratic activist Bartle Bull called the incident the most serious act of voter intimidation he had witnessed in his career.

“Think about that,” Holder said. “When you compare what people endured in the South in the 60s to try to get the right to vote for African Americans, and to compare what people were subjected to there to what happened in Philadelphia—which was inappropriate, certainly that…to describe it in those terms I think does a great disservice to people who put their lives on the line, who risked all, for my people,” said Holder, who is black.

This Used to be America … It Ain’t No Mo


Did we miss something? Isn’t Holder the AG for all of America, not just “his people”? Could you imagine if some one of not color made such a similar comment? So much for applying equal protection under the law. My people. So does that mean that every one who is not black, are not his people? Isn’t the law supposed to be applied without bias of race, creed or color? Not when it comes to Eric Holder.

Yet another reason why Obama and all of his minions must go in 2012!

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    42 Responses to “Eric Holder: Focus on Black Panther Voter Intimidation Case Demeans “My People”… WHAT!!!”

    1. Steve on March 2nd, 2011 12:43 am

      Holder’s comment:

      “Think about that,” Holder said. “When you compare what people endured in the South in the 60s to try to get the right to vote for African Americans, and to compare what people were subjected to there to what happened in Philadelphia—which was inappropriate, certainly that…to describe it in those terms I think does a great disservice to people who put their lives on the line, who risked all, for my people,” said Holder, who is black.

      At no time does Holder use the word “focus”. He does say it is difficult to compare the intimidation caused by actions of the two New Black Panther Party members in Philadelphia to what blacks (his people) endured in the 1960′s south, who had put their lines on the line.

      At no time does Holder discuss his being or not being AG of all Americans, black Americans, or even any Americans. The subject is not part of the linked Politico article.

      Something is not quite right here, folks.
      SM: Sorry Steve, “My People”. Please stop your liberal nonsence. Imagine, just imagine, if a white Republican made such a comment. Spare us the lame liberal excuse.

      Holder is not only one of the worst and bias AG’s this country has ever had, he is also a fool and dangerous.

      Do not even begin to try and explain away the Black Panther voter intimidation in Philly, that it was not. It was a travesty that Holder do not just let the case go forward against all. Then again, that would not ber for “his peeps”.

    2. Rusty Bridges on March 2nd, 2011 8:38 am

      God Steve, you just proved you do need everything spelled out for you.

      I may be wrong, but didn’t Dr MLK fight and die for all to be equal, not the big get even with whitey?

    3. bandit on March 2nd, 2011 9:14 am

      Eric Holder’s a racist idiot. Didn’t we all know that?

    4. Steve on March 2nd, 2011 9:17 am


      You say: Sorry Steve, “My People”. Please stop your liberal nonsence.
      My reply: do you want me and others to guess what portion of my comment, or of Holder’s remarks this response is in reference to? Or do you want to call me “obtuse” again for not grasping the obvious (as if your saying this makes it true)?

      I use full sentences and explicit citations in commenting, whereas you use 2 word references. Yet it seems I should clearly understand you, while it seems you don’t understand me.

      You call out my “liberal nonsense” as a reference to something I said, but what part of my comment are you trying to disagree with. If this is intended to suggest that the whole comment can be simply dismissed with these two words without any explanation, who can actually understand and believe that assessment?

      You say: Holder is not only one of the worst and bias AG’s this country has ever had, he is also a fool and dangerous.
      My reply: This is a new/expanded take on Holder, that has no evidence provided here. I respect your right to have this opinion.

      You say: Do not even begin to try and explain away the Black Panther voter intimidation in Philly, that it was not.
      My reply: Other than clarify the incident as involving, at most, 2 men, I merely summarize what holder said. I’ve not weighed in on the incident nor have I attempted to explain any aspects of the incident.

      After reading Holders further comments: “To compare that kind of courage, that kind of action, and to say that the Black Panther incident, wrong thought it might be, somehow is greater in magnitude or is of greater concern to us, historically, I think just flies in the face of history and the facts.”,
      Holder said with evident exasperation
      , it seems the main focus of this comment is again the comparison of the 60′s and the 2008 NBPP incident, as to the characterization by Rep. John Culberson (R-Texas) as “the most serious act of voter intimidation he had witnessed in his career.”

      I respect and accept your opinion that this was a travesty, but I’m not convinced that Holder had any direct involvement in the matter. To suggest he was doing it for his “peeps” erroneously connects his opinion on the 1960′s comparison (already mentioned) to the NBPP case, IMO.

      Having said this, I’m excitedly waiting to see what failures I’ve made in this comment, who will set me straight, and how many words it will take to refute it.

    5. Steve on March 2nd, 2011 10:28 am


      No, thank you. I fully understand what Holder said, and his historical references. If you disagree with my comment on what Holder said or my re-summarization, do post your specific criticism.

      On to your new topic; yes, Dr MLK did strive for equality for all (selected quotes below). In reality, he died because racist and mob elements in the south didn’t want him around to stir things up, which I can understand as “he died for his ideas on equality”. Of course, that was not his choice. :-(

      * “The marvelous new militancy which has engulfed the Negro community must not lead us to a distrust of all white people. For many of our white brothers as evidenced by their presence here today have come to realize that their destiny is tied up with our destiny and they have come to realize that their freedom is inextricably bound to our freedom. We cannot walk alone.”

      * “I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.’”

      * “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.”

      * “Now is the time to lift our nation from the quicksand of racial injustice to the solid rock of brotherhood. Now is the time to make justice a reality for all of God’s children.”

      * “Let freedom ring. And when this happens, and when we allow freedom ring—when we let it ring from every village and every hamlet, from every state and every city, we will be able to speed up that day when all of God’s children—black men and white men, Jews and Gentiles, Protestants and Catholics—will be able to join hands and sing in the words of the old Negro spiritual: ‘Free at last! Free at last! Thank God Almighty, we are free at last!”

    6. Michelle Smith on March 2nd, 2011 11:26 am


      I fail to see how the incident with voter intimidation in Philly is anything like how the blacks were treated in the 60′s. Are blacks not allowed to vote in Philly? Was anyone trying to prevent blacks from voting in Philly? The answer to both these questions is NO. The Black Panthers were trying to intimidate those not voting how they wanted them to vote. It’s obvious that the Black Panthers do not like “Whitey”. Eric Holder did not want to move forward with the case because it would be demeaning to “his people”. How would it be demeaning to “his people?” Are “his people” exempt from prosecution because they are “his people”.

      See I know you understand what the article is talking about; but like most liberals you can’t admit anything bad about the current administration so you continue to babble on about how something was written instead of the content of the article.

    7. rightknight on March 2nd, 2011 11:54 am

      Obowma has literally surrounded himself with
      a protective circle of what Lenin would call
      ‘Useful Idiots’. Many of these appointments simply
      occupy space and cost money. Do I recall that
      Barry had not felt the need to converse with a goodly
      portion of his cabinet of advisors?

    8. A Texas Grandfather on March 2nd, 2011 12:26 pm

      Eric Holder was selected by the president and confirmed by congress. His job is to enforce all laws equally.

      The case in question was won by default, but Holder along with others in the Department of Justice decided that they would only prosecute cases against whites and droped it.

      Thus he has made the DOJ a selective racist organization. These are impeachable offenses and the congress should start the process.

    9. Steve on March 2nd, 2011 1:41 pm


      I suggest you reread Holders comments, as I quoted in my first post or the original story above. In it you will see he uses “my people” to refer to the benefactors of the 60′s: “people who put their lives on the line, who risked all, for my people.”

      It is as plain as it can be. Anyone else who needs to grasp the basic idea here is free to re-read it until it is understood (once should be enough).

    10. super dave on March 2nd, 2011 4:23 pm

      steve: you wouldn’t know racism if it teabagged you right now. all you can do is puke your democrat stupid propaganda. get a job boy and get off the dope.

    11. St. Stephen on March 2nd, 2011 10:27 pm

      …ya know, Steve, I kinda agree with you. The intimidation was being carried out from either a drunken or mentally challanged character.

      But it doe not distract from the fact that this incident MUST be addressed and responded to,

      “AW, give him a break, he didn’t mean it” flies in the face of justice and our right to vote without intimidation.

      If he was drunk, or mentally challenged, it still doesn’t give him the right to obstruct the God-given right of citizens to vote without impunity or feaR OF harrassment.

      WTF do you want us to do, PRAISE THE IDIOT AND COMMEND HIM ON A JOB WELL DONE? I don’t think so…and Holder is little more than an enabler in this regard.

    12. St. Stephen on March 2nd, 2011 10:29 pm

      …and I agree, the “Black Panthers” moniker is NOT the ohe people think of,

      I am inclined to think of this guy as a WINO…no less, no more!

    13. nun on March 3rd, 2011 11:46 am

      Hey Eric, it is “we the People,” not “my people.”

    14. super dave on March 3rd, 2011 12:21 pm

      eric holder is a racist. plain and simple.
      will not prosecute anything political committed by his beloved thug panthers. it’s obvious that he is a member.

    15. Steve on March 3rd, 2011 6:36 pm


      What ever you’re saying about an “agreement” we may have, I must say I don’t recognize where I’ve had comments related to what you describe, so I can’t see what we might “agree” on.

      As for the rest of your post, you appear to be talking about topics I’ve not raised, and have no interest in discussing. To be frank, my prime focus has been on looking at any misunderstandings about the “my people” comment from Holder; nothing else. :-(

    16. Steve on March 3rd, 2011 6:41 pm


      I assume you know Holder was not trying to quote nor describe any governmental position or doctrine. He was simply making historical references to the 19060′s.

      There is no constitutional reference to be found in Holder’s comment, therefore “We the People” has no bearing here.

    17. nun on March 4th, 2011 9:15 am

      @Steve –

      Eric Holder is sworn to uphold the Constitution, therefore everything he in the name of Attorney General of the United States pertains to that document.

    18. dennisintn on March 4th, 2011 9:58 am

      holder is a “get even” racist and a fool. not uncommon traits in the obama administration.

    19. Steve on March 4th, 2011 12:55 pm


      You’re getting thin on logic, from what I can see. Can you explain the connection you see from Holder referring to the 1960′s, specifically “my people”, the “African Americans” that he mentioned, to anything regarding his current Constitutional duties as US AG for “We the people”?

      I really can’t wait to see what you’ve got to reply to this basic question.

    20. St. Stephen on March 4th, 2011 10:13 pm


      Let’s see, you stated…”To be Frank…”

      OK, you be Frank, then. Which one is it, Steve or Frank? Sippin’ a bit of the nectar of the gods yourself like your buddy at the polling place, eh?

      No matter, you can wiggle your way out of responding to my statement anyway you so desire or see fit, Steve or Frank. You have “no interest in” may be a nice excuse to say you you approve of his actions but do not wish to actually admit it (at least here).

      So just keep that frowny face for another day. I’m sure that it can come in handy again real soon.

      We get it already.

    21. Steve on March 5th, 2011 11:03 am


      Actually, I said “to be frank”. However, you’re free to rant on about nothing to your hearts content on that which is not reality.

      Why am I not surprised?

    22. nun on March 5th, 2011 11:50 am


      Let me be clear, then, if you could not comprehend my original statement.

      Where does Holder hold all the Caucasians who fought the Civil Rights battle with “his people”? The Civil Rights Bill would never have been passed had not “those people” taken it upon themselves to right a wrong that had gone on too long.

      When Holder demarcates himself as a group separate from the citizenry of the United states he is showing his own segregationist convictions just as surely as the late Senator Byrd did by rationalizing his tenure in the KKK because “I grew up in a state where we didn’t have much hope,” Robert Byrd said. “I wanted to help my people and give them hope. . .”

      And just as acrimoniously as Louis Farrakhan did when he used the same pejorative when attacking Jews as enslaving African-Americans. “Jews . . . hold my people in their grip,” Farrakhan replied: “And that is true.”

      (bold added by writer)

      The term “my people” has become as incendiary and divisive as the n-word, and Holder would be better served removing it from his lexicon and apologizing, as did Byrd for his remarks, for his previous insensitivity.

      Until the AG, who is sworn to uphold the law with impartiality, sees all of the citizenry of the United States as “my people,” his remarks will continue to echo prejudice and rancor of those bigots who came before him.

    23. Steve on March 5th, 2011 6:09 pm


      Before we dive into your prior post in its’ entirety, I have one question:

      Do you know that when Holder said “my people”, he was referring to “African Americans” which he said earlier in his comment?

      BTW, the n-word is universally unacceptable in many, if not all contexts (colloquial black speech among themselves being the notable exception). The phrase “my people” is not universally descriptive without there being a context. It can vary from one usage to the next.

      In any case, how someone else uses this phrase, no matter who they are, when it was used, or what the context was, is not the subject at hand. The focus is on one specific usage of the phrase by AG Holder as quoted in the original article.

    24. Scared Monkeys on March 5th, 2011 6:14 pm

      #22, so it was ok for Eric Holder to refer to “my people” as his black people?

      Hmm, what so you think the reaction of the MSM would have been if a White AG made the same reference as “my people”?

    25. Steve on March 5th, 2011 8:12 pm


      Are you able to provide an answer to my simple question? Try YES or NO.

    26. St. Stephen on March 5th, 2011 8:59 pm


      …So you, frank, Holder and Willie the Wino concur on the intimidation that occured at the polling place.

      au contraire, my fellow American, why am I not surprised at your apparent tacit approval of said action?

    27. Steve on March 5th, 2011 10:43 pm


      I don’t know why I try and communicate with those who are incapable of answering a simple question.

      That you repeat the remarkably stupid “frank” bit clearly unmasks you as the poor excuse for the TROLL you are. Go back in your hole and think up some new insults to be ignored.

    28. St. Stephen on March 6th, 2011 1:40 am


      …”Thou doth protest too much, methinks.” (props to the bard).

      Neither a troll nor a poor excuse I be. Rather, I humbly expose to all present your inability to exhibit simple logic when the issue of voter intimdation is also made clear in the post as well and when frustration sets in at your feeble attempts to brush it off as nothing, you feel the need to resort to the well known liberal arrogance of vile and unwarranted slams upon my (or anyone else who disagrees with you)modest character.

      Alas, as I have no hole to go back into, I feel the onus is upon me to respond to your dancing around the subject since you feel that you have no obligation to do the same. Old Willie the Wino threatened people and you quite merrily dismiss the atrocious crime as if it is accepted behavior.

      As to your first statement “I don’t know why I try… ” that is also an interesting and confusing blurb since you are the only one that should be able to answer it. If you can’t, that’s rather droll.

      Carry on, Steve, and the next time you want to be frank, participate in the whole article, not just pick and choose a phrase or quote.

      So there…

    29. nun on March 6th, 2011 7:08 am

      @Steve #22

      Wat: You have been weighed.
      Roland: You have been measured.
      Kate: And you have absolutely…
      Chaucer: Been found wanting.

      The Knight’s Tale

      Dealing with your circular logic is, at best, quixotic. Continue to be happy in your own delusional world.

    30. St. Stephen on March 6th, 2011 9:40 am

      “Holder said. “When you compare what people endured in the South in the 60s to try to get the right to vote for African Americans, and to compare what people were subjected to there to what happened in Philadelphia—which was inappropriate…”

      ..but apparently, in the eyes of Holder and his minions, NOT CRIMINAL. Encouraging statement for those that approve of voter intimidation…

      Interesting, indeed.

    31. Steve on March 6th, 2011 11:50 am


      Once more, a lot of noise, yet no one can find the inner thoughts to answer the simple question I asked.

      And I am the one who doth protest too much? Surely, that is ridiculous. And I’m also dancing around a subject, where you use several paragraphs to avoid a “yes” or “no” response. I guess you think that is just brilliant. Guess again.

      For the confused among the readers, the title and focus of this entire article above is about Holder and the phrase “my people”. This phrase is used 3 times, including mention in the title. The related phrases “his people” and your “people” are used twice and once respectively.

    32. Michelle Smith on March 6th, 2011 12:47 pm


      Yes, Eric Holder was referring to “his people” as African-American.

      That clear enough for you?

    33. St. Stephen on March 6th, 2011 1:44 pm


      …and yet you continue your smoke and mirrors with etymological mumbo-jumbo of “his/my people” and evade yet again the other serious and legitimate subject of the serious CRIME of voter intimidation.

      Your apparent tacit approval of Willie the Wino’s assault on the right of American citizens to vote their conscience does not look very good on you, yet you insist on wearing it.

      Very well, then, suit yourself, for by your emphatic silence we are then able to see you for what you truly are.

    34. St. Stephen on March 6th, 2011 1:49 pm

      Statement 33 refers, of course, to “Steve”

    35. Steve on March 6th, 2011 6:31 pm


      Thank you for stepping up where others have failed to offer an answer. In sharing this common understanding of what Holder said, we can begin to unravel things, I believe.

      Given Holder was referring to African-Americans as “my people”, the next step is to consider if this is a true or false claim. I firmly assert this was a true and factual statement.

      Now, what I don’t know is: what was all the fuss and passion about simply because Holder uttered a true statement? I merely repeated Holders words in my first post, and was firmly disagreed with on the phrase “my people”. Since then, several voices kept fanning the flames, going off in other directions, until Michelle stepped up to continue and complete a simple dialog.

      One thing is clear; with common understanding of what Holder said, we can conclude what he didn’t say. And that was mentioning any connection of the incident involving the two NBPP individuals with the phrase “my people”.

      Best call it a night before this gets all twisted back on itself again.

    36. St. Stephen on March 6th, 2011 7:12 pm


      …to you who probably condone the criminal actions of voter intimidation asd long as it is done by the “right” kind of people(what you think Holder’s “people” is, it seems):

      …but they alone ARE NOT HIS “PEOPLE”. WE ARE HIS PEOPLE! The American people that he represents are HIS PEOPLE. If he hates that, he should not have taken the job!

      What seems to be an alien concept to you and that which you have unsuccessfully attempted to elude is that as a AG of the USA we are his people.

      Cry as you may, and feel free to no longer visit this thread, Holder has established himself as a, close your eyes now, if you are still here, RACIST, and a proud one at that to the majority of his fellow Americans,HIS TRUE PEOPLE!

      As for yourself, I am amused at your insistence to flee from solid and indefensible facts that puts a solid boot up your pinko a**. I also laugh at your reknowned liberal arrogance thinking that people do not notice your brushing off crimes because of who perpetrated them. Your are not the intelligent clam that you see yourself as, Steverino!

      I will not tell you to go back to your “hole” as people of your ilk like to do, but I will suggest to you that you lack conviction, sir, and you are by default a coward who will not defend your own position.

      Willie the Wino intimdates voters and you lack the testicular fortitude to condemn it or you like it, one or the other…

      So there, again! And adios, muchacho!

    37. Steve on March 6th, 2011 10:27 pm


      Thanks for proving I was right when I said: I don’t know why I try and communicate with those who are incapable of answering a simple question.

      Your approach to responding while not addressing those who reply to you indicates you may be incapable of basic reading comprehensive skills. Or, perhaps there is no apparent way to reach your thought centers. You continue to want to tilt at windmills that are not real. Tis a pity. You seem so certain when you call me RACIST, yet you cite nothing I’ve said as such (hint; it doesn’t exist!). You say I fail to defend my positions in my 14 posts to this thread? Really? You truly are a lost hope as far as any form of dialog, and seem to want to babble about whats on your mind rather than engage with others, or even reflect upon reality (which may be a foreign concept to you at times).

      As I believe Sun-Tzu said: “I refuse to have a battle of wits against an unarmed opponent.”

      Peace, brother.

    38. St. Stephen on March 7th, 2011 12:42 am


      you said..”As I believe Sun-Tzu said: “I refuse to have a battle of wits against an unarmed opponent.” You must have looked in the mirror.

      OK, yet you still did not mention one single solitary time that the voter intimidation that was presented was or is wrong. I called you on that one and did you scurry. All that are present at this forum here know this. Your public display of silence on this subject may speak volumes of your character, or lack of it.

      But I do realize now that you will actually never give an outright answer that question one way or the other, but that’s OK because my mission on this thread is accomplished.

      You have been exposed on that one, or you have exposed yourself by your silence. While we are in a quotation mode here is another one. Not as fanciful as Sun-Tzu but just as poignant.

      Silence is consent.(coulda been Charlie Chan, I dunno.)

      Steverino, poor soul, it was not you that I stated was established as a RACIST…read the post again, brainiac.

      You could have been seeing “red” or some shade of it and could not read my post straight or somethin’

      OK, I guess I’ll just have to be satisfied with calling you out.

      There is another old saying I heard many moons ago that seems to fit you like a glove. Goes like this.

      “He’s so smart, he’s dumb.”

      Toodles, Steverino. See you around.

      Peace out!

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