You’ve lost your mind.
Former Attorney General and unindicted gun runner, Eric Holder, isn’t done with you good people, yet.
While speaking with reporters at a Christian Science Monitor breakfast in Washington on Wednesday morning, Holder was asked about further political ambitions.
“We’ll see,” Holder said in response to a question about whether he could run for the White House.
Quite noncommittal, but as one of the most corrupt Attorney Generals in recent memory (at least until Loretta Lynch came along and tried to top his record), I’m not sure how he thinks he could make that work.
“I’ll see. I’m focused on the NDRC at this point,” he said.
He’s talking about his work with the National Democratic Redistricting Committee.
“But I think I’ll make a decision at the end of this issue as to whether or not there is another chapter in my government service.”
Any chapter in your government “service” should begin with a full explanation of Operation Fast and Furious, the program that let Mexican cartel members purchase guns here, then lost track of them.
Hundreds of bodies are attached to the guns Holder and the ATF let slip away.
The closing chapter on Holder should be the contempt of Congress charges in that case in 2012, and his subsequent exit.
Nobody wants to see this sloth-like face of corruption back in the political arena.
Keep out, you hack.