Posts Tagged ‘black panther case’

Remember those DOJ hearings that the morning shows ignored for the Colbert Hearings? Well there is another interesting development:

E-mails newly obtained by Judicial Watch strengthen contentions that politics motivated the Obama Justice Department’s dismissal of a voter-intimidation case despite video of a nightstick-wielding New Black Panther Party member at a Philadelphia polling place.

The e-mails show two political appointees’ involvement in Justice’s decision to dismiss, the watchdog group says. And, it notes, those e-mails contradict what Thomas Perez, assistant attorney general for Justice’s Civil Rights Division, told the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights under oath: that decision involved “only career people.”emphasis mine

The key words here are under oath.

I don’t expect to see much of this on the MSM, they should heed the warning:

One might survive in a niche market but if your business is information and analysis and you are being scooped by people in the street you’d better look for another business pronto.

Don’t say we didn’t tell you.

And on Way too early not only are they mentioning Sarah Palin’s response but the Megan Kelly & Kristen Powers fight caused him to mention the Black Panther case in passing.

The moral of the story? Want to get a conservative issue mentioned on MSNBC? Have two hot blonds on Fox argue about it Loudly!