I know it’s a day old story but I did read Malcolm X in college:
Holder told POLITICO that between now and his departure, probably in early March when the Senate is expected to confirm Loretta Lynch as his successor, he will call for a lower standard of proof for civil rights crimes. Such a change would make it easier for the federal government to bring charges in the case of a future Ferguson or Trayvon Martin.
“I think some serious consideration needs to be given to the standard of proof that has to be met before federal involvement is appropriate, and that’s something that I am going to be talking about before I leave office,” Holder, 64, said.
Says the guy who once launched an armed takeover of an ROTC building while in college.
Holder was then among the leaders of the Student Afro-American Society (SAAS), which demanded that the former ROTC office be renamed the “Malcolm X Lounge.” The change, the group insisted, was to be made “in honor of a man who recognized the importance of territory as a basis for nationhood.”
Making sense yet? When Eric X stormed the ROTC building, he renamed it the Malcolm X Lounge. Just harmless fun for Eric X, right? Not representative of the racist attitude that brought tears to Fuhrer Obama’s eyes at the thought of his retirement. A little more to it than that:
The ROTC headquarters was ultimately renamed the Malcolm X lounge as the SAAS organization demanded. It later became a hang-out spot for another future U.S. leader, Barack Obama, according to David Maraniss’ best-selling ”Barack Obama: The Story.”
So, you see the connection now. Eric X, while in the commission of a gun crime, storms an ROTC building on the Columbia campus and renames it the Malcolm X Lounge. Eventually, the leftwing school likes the sound of it and decides to name it that. Eventually, it becomes a “hang out spot” for Obama while he was at Columbia.
This “make it easier” standard for federal civil rights charges that he’s talking about is called “evidence”. You see, in Trayvon Martin and the Gentle Giant’s cases, there wasn’t any. Eric X wants to eliminate the need for any evidence to charge someone with a hate crime.
He has Eric X-Ray vision that can see racism in your heart and the prosecutorial power to arrest you for it.
“I would hope that I say this not to every African-American of his age but for every American, that you read The Autobiography of Malcolm X to see the transition that that man went through, from petty criminal to a person who was severely and negatively afflicted by race, to somebody who ultimately saw the humanity in all of us, and that would be a book I would recommend to everybody,” said Holder.
I’m loathe to point this out but Malcolm X’s “awakening” and how he “ultimately saw humanity in all of us” came about when he went on a hajj to Mecca and saw white people praying to Allah.
I’m also loathe to point out that Malcolm X’s assassination was ordered by Louis Farrakhan after he left the National of Islam and that Farrakhan is Barack Obama’s Hyde Park neighbor in Chicago. And like Bill Ayers, remains guilty as hell but free as a bird.
That link is from the old CBS interview where Farrakhan all but admitted his role in the assassination of Malcolm X to his widow Betty Shabazz.
By the way, there is no statute of limitation on murder and the deprivation of Malcolm X’s civil rights if you want to pursue it there Eric X. You lying, deceitful, divisive bigot.