Holder Is a Basket Case When It Comes to Fast and Furious

Attorney General Eric Holder’s defiant exchange with Representative Louis Gohmert on Tuesday shouldn’t surprise anybody. This is typical behavior by Obama’s thug regime.

But Gohmert, on the other hand, was surprising. He was over the target when he brought up Fast and Furious. The mere mention rattled Obama’s top enforcer. Holder’s body language and “Don’t go there, buddy” along with his parting shot, “good Luck with your asparagus” couldn’t have been a better sign of how guilty Holder really is.

Just because the AG  has no fear of a Congress led by a wimp crying over at Taco Bell, doesn’t mean the spirits of Brian Terry, Jaime Zapata and Mexican children, murdered by weapons the DOJ walked straight into the hands of drug cartels, aren’t still seeking justice.

Otherwise, why would Holder become so unhinged when Gohmert brought up the contempt charge, saying “You should not assume that uh that is not a big deal to me…I think it was inappropriate, I think it was unjust, but never think that it was not a big deal to me. Don’t ever think that.”

A year before Holder told ABC News’ Pierre Thomas being held in contempt was no big deal:

But I have to tell you that for me to really be affected by what happened, I’d have to have respect for the people who voted in that way… And I didn’t, so it didn’t have that huge an impact on me.

Holder also told Gohmert the contempt charge was all about the gun lobby. That’s even more bizarre. When the Attorney General of the United States refuses to turn over documents related to the murders of Americans and foreign nationals, what does that have to do with a gun lobby? I’m sure the mothers of the murdered agents don’t give a fig about a gun lobby—they want justice.

Holder may be acting all-powerful and above the law, but he is psychologically disturbed. He can't let the back and forth between himself and Gohmert go. In another rant at Al Sharpton's National Action Network Annual Convention, Holder claimed he is the victim, not those killed by his gunwalking operation. Is the following statement an indication of an altered mental status?

And if you don't believe that, you look at the way ...forget about me... forget about me, you look at the way the Attorney General of the United States was treated yesterday by a House committee. Had nothing to do with me what Attorney General has ever had to deal with that kind of treatment? What President has ever had to deal with that kind of treatment.

"Forget about me?" How can anyone forget that an attorney general with a contempt charge on his head remains in position at 950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW?

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