Eric Holder really walked right into this one:
Former Attorney General Eric Holder’s foray into a debate on Saturday’s violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, quickly elicited reminders of his early stance on convicted Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan.
It wasn’t long after a white supremacist gathering Saturday turned deadly with the killing of Heather Heyer, 32, that former President Obama’s top cop pronounced the ordeal “domestic terrorism.” Mr. Holder’s assessment of 20-year-old suspect James Alex Fields — who careened his vehicle into a crowd of protesters — prompted backlash by those familiar with the Justice Department’s handling of the Nov. 5, 2009, Fort Hood massacre, which killed 13….
If ISIS rammed a car into a crowd this would be labeled quickly & logically. Charlottesville – call it what it is, domestic terrorism.
— Eric Holder (@EricHolder) August 13, 2017
Maybe you should sit this one out, Mr. Workplace Violencehttps://t.co/rpmKr9MVeA
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) August 13, 2017
You and Obumbles:
1. Silent on Baltimore
2. Hyped Ferguson
3. Workplace violence/Ft. Hood
GFY, pandering fraudhttps://t.co/qUU3olvUdW
— Acosta's Tantrum™ (@EF517_V2) August 13, 2017
I'd be willing to bet that if Antifa or BLM rammed a car into a crowd, you'd call it legitimate protest covered under the 1st amendment.
— Lori ✡️ (@Lori_PoliSci) August 13, 2017
Except your admin believed Isis wasn't Islamic so therefore how could it be Islamic terrorism?
— John Barron (@Jimbean87055631) August 13, 2017