Every day, Americans receive object lessons in the mind-blowing audacity of the criminals who make up the Obama administration. Indeed, radicals and progressives of prominence simply exude audacity and impudence overall, advancing their immoral and illegal agenda as though the rule of law and the Constitution simply did not exist.
Occasionally, we’re treated to “one for the books,” as it were.
During a House Judiciary Committee Hearing this week, Attorney General Eric Holder became irate when Rep. Louis Gohmert, R-Texas, suggested that being in contempt of Congress was “not a big deal” to the attorney general. Gohmert was reacting to a perceived lack of forthrightness in Holder’s testimony, referring, or course, to Holder being held in contempt of Congress in June 2012 over the “Fast and Furious” gun-running scandal.
“You don’t want to go there, buddy,” Holder responded. “You don’t want to go there, OK?”
“I don’t want to go there?” Gohmert replied.
Holder went on to qualify his position, claiming that Gohmert’s assumption was erroneous, but what rankles is the attorney general’s belligerence in reaction to the representative’s statement, which reflects said audacity and impudence.
You don’t want to go there? My response, had I been Gohmert, would have been unprintable here and would have made history with regard to a congressional hearing. Where, I wonder, does this corrupt, criminal radical in a suit get the gall to address a representative of the people is such a manner?
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