Eric Holder channels Richard Nixon

The Attorney General of the United States is the victim of a media conspiracy. At least that's the line being peddled by Eric Holder and the Soros lackeys at Media Matters. They are reacting to the call for Holder's resignation currently supported by 52 sitting members of Congress (and growing). Josh Gerstein of Politico reports:

Attorney General Eric Holder made an unusual plea Tuesday, urging a conservative news outlet to stop drumming up calls for his resignation.

"You guys need to - you need to stop this. It's not an organic thing that's just happening. You guys are behind it," Holder told a reporter for the Daily Caller who asked the attorney general to respond to what the online news organization has tallied as 52 calls for his resignation over the Fast and Furious scandal.

Holder has dissembled -- either through incompetence or perjury, he denied knowing about F&F despite receiving a memo on the subject -- and is stonewalling on dmeands for full records ont he scandal, which has cost the lives of two federal agents and hundreds of Mexicans. It has also enraged our next door neighbor, Mexico, which for some reason doesn't appreciate America funneling impressive weapons into the hands of narco-terrorists threatening its political stability.

On Planet Holder, nobody would be upset about this lethal program, for which Holder bears ultimate responsibility, unless the media were whipping opposition. That is simply delusional.

Ed Lasky points out that this echoes his boss Obama, who complained that "they [the media] treat me like a dog," despite the most positive press coverage of any president in my lifetime.

I take this as a sign of desperation. Fast and Fuirous should have already driven Holder out of office.  He has blood on his hands.