House Rep: If Eric Holder Were a “Regular Citizen,” He’d Be In Jail (Video)
I assume by “regular citizen” he means a person not hiding behind the president’s power. : But he’s right. : If you or I did the things he’s done, we’d be under the jail:
When it was time for Representative Blake Farenthold (R-TX) to question Holder on his refusal to supply Congress with requested documents and to forthrightly answer questions in committee hearings, the Texan instead lambasted Holder.
When it came his turn, Farenthold said, “I’m committed to maintaining the Constitutional balance of power and the authority that this legislative branch has, and I just don’t think it’s appropriate that Mr. Holder be here.”
He continued, saying, “If an American citizen had not complied with one of the Justice Department’s subpoenas, they would be in jail and not sitting here in front of me, testifying.”
Exactly. Holder thinks he’s above the law, and he’s got reason to think that. Look at everything he’s gotten away with.
Wouldn’t you think you could get away with murder?
Here’s the video:
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