Eric Holder has replaced nonpartisan attorneys at DOJ with former SEIU, Advancement Project and La Raza staffers. bit.ly/yGY8Hx—
Red Alert Politics (@Red_Alert) March 17, 2012
The video is from MSNBC.
The tweet links to a Pajamas Media story:
Long a refuge of partisan activists and ideological crusaders, the Section has been filling its ranks over the last 30 months with like-minded liberals ready to do the bidding of left-wing advocacy organizations. Sixteen attorneys have come on board in this hiring binge. Who are these new radicals?
Bryan Sells: Mr. Sells was recently hired as one of the Voting Section’s new deputy chiefs. He comes to the Department from the ACLU’s Voting Rights Project, where he worked for nearly 10 years as a Senior Staff Counsel.
Meredith Bell-Platts: The other new deputy chief hired by the Voting Section, Meredith Bell-Platts, also comes from the ACLU’s Voting Rights Project, where she, too, spent nearly 10 years.
Anna Baldwin: While all of the new trial attorneys hired into the Voting Section have streaks of radicalism, few can match Ms. Baldwin. A financial contributor to the Obama presidential campaign.
Jenigh Garrett: Ms. Garrett worked for approximately five years as an assistant counsel at the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund (LDF), where she worked on voting-related litigation.
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Voter ID is a common sense & constitutional reform. Time for activist Dane County judges to stop blocking law.—
Governor Walker (@GovWalker) March 12, 2012