Even though the MSM has been ignoring the explosive revelations about the New Black Panther case for weeks–if not months–we are learning even more details that suggest the Justice Department is actively looking the other way for Voter Fraud. John Fund notes, for example:
As expected, he claimed that Associate Attorney General Thomas Perrelli, an Obama appointee, overruled a unanimous recommendation by six career Justice attorneys for continued prosecution of members of the New Black Panther Party on charges of voter intimidation in an incident I detailed here yesterday. But Mr. Adams leveled an even more explosive charge beyond the Panther case. He testified that last year Deputy Assistant Attorney General Julie Fernandes made a jaw-dropping announcement to attorneys in Justice’s Voting Rights section. She said she would not support any enforcement of a key section of the federal “Motor Voter” law — Section 8, which requires states to periodically purge their voter rolls of dead people, felons, illegal voters and those who have moved out of state.
According to Mr. Adams, Justice lawyers were told by Ms. Fernandes: “We’re not interested in those kind of cases. What do they have to do with helping increase minority access and turnout? We want to increase access to the ballot, not limit it.”
If true, Ms. Fernandes was endorsing a policy of ignoring federal law and encouraging potential voter fraud. Ms. Fernandes was unavailable for comment yesterday, but the Justice Department has issued a statement accusing Mr. Adams of “distorting facts” in general and having a political agenda.
Fund’s headline is valid: if our own Justice Department is purposefully breaking election laws, just who is “investigating the investigators.”
For the Obama Administration, it is more of the same: an aura, backed by blind obedience, of “I can do whatever the hell I want…”
From the lastest poll numbers, which now show that 22% of the country actually describe themselves as “Angry”, out of the 42% majority of citizens who disapprove of The One–well to coin a phrase from Michael Ledeen, in this case regarding November: “Faster please…” .