Eric Holder’s buddies– the New Black Panthers are not to happy with the Republican convention in Tampa. Michelle Williams, Tampa Resident and New Black Panther Party Chief of Staff made that abundantly clear during a radio rant earlier this week.
Williams who is also one of the people who made threats against George Zimmerman said that Tampa’s black community was under siege from those Republicans, whites, and “tea party tea baggers.” She went on to attack “crackers” and black conservatives. The New Black Panther leader also talked about how she hated whites and all black should hate them also. She finished with “as long as whites keep characterizing blacks as “ni**ers,“ [her] ”feet [will be] on your “g-damned motherfu**ing necks.
Listen to the tape below (H/T Breitbart.com):
You may remember that members of the New Black Panther Party were arrested during the 2008 election for voter intimidation. They were about to be convicted when Attorney General Eric Holder forced the DOJ to drop the case.
Do you think the 2nd Amendment will be destroyed by the Biden Administration?
Ten months ago, Christopher Coates, , former chief of the Justice Department’s Voting Section, and
still a DOJ employee defied his bosses orders by testifying before the
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights to discuss the reasons why the New
Black Panther Voter intimidation case (NBPP) was dropped even though
the Judge had ruled that the DOJ had already won the case.
Coates’ testimony was a shocking indictment of rampant racism against
Caucasians in the Obama administrations Department of Justice. His
testimony accused the administration of using race to determine which
cases are prosecuted. Corroborating the testimony of J. Christian
Adams, Coates testimony illustrates that the issue goes way beyond the
New Black Panther case, the real issue is the organization charged with
protecting civil rights is now a tool for increasing discrimination in
Ms Williams is a great example of the lesson the New Black Panthers learned from Holder, they are above the law.