As we reported last night, former Attorney General Eric Holder is appearing in a campaign ad for Hillary Clinton in South Carolina.

Sheriff David Clarke thinks it’s a great match:

Yes he was (and even 17 Dems voted in favor of the contempt charge).

Be afraid.

  • CatHerder ✓fire! ✓fire!

    Now all she needs is Ozero’s endorsement. What a load.

    • Kate

      I’d honestly be surprised. Those two hate each other, and Obama is too young to want to give control of the Democrat Party back to the Clintons. (I suspect the real reason they hate each other is because both of their egos can’t fit in the same room.)

      • http://wandererswaysite.wordpress.com Wanderer

        Hence all this talk of “you know who would make a good Supreme Court justice? None other than our constitutional law professor president!” out of Her Inevitableness’ camp.

        I’d bet the farm that her short list for appointees reads “Barry, [some unqualified woman], Eric.”

        • Petrucio14

          She is showing a streak of desperation, not that I blame her.

          • DixieAngel_76

            Maybe she thinks if she’s elected she’ll be able to pardon herself.

  • Dwayne Mountain Dew Camacho

    In any other time in American history…Clinton would be in jail…but because we have a “progressive” government…our political royalty are immune to legal repercussions.

    Liberals think Conservatives want to take us back to the 50’s ….but they want to take us back to the 1650’s.

    • Grumpy Granny

      Perhaps they’d really like the Rome of Nero’s time. Anyone who disagrees could be thrown to the lions.

      • Ib4N8R

        obama caes more for one lion being shot than the Christians being slaughtered by the 10’s of thousands.

        obama would have cheered for the lions in Rome…

        • AMD_Afficionado

          One lion quasi-legally shot by a white guy. When the black guy who runs the country where the lion was shot had himself a whole lineup of rare animals for a birthday feast, obama was silent 🙁

    • Penny✓ItsSoFluffy! #GoBolts!

      Not a smidgen of corruption!

    • IfTheTruthBeTold

      Well said…

    • MaMa1

      In any other time in history she would have been in the shadows by now because we never would have allowed her husband to get away with his BS.

    • atheistSharesYourMorals

      Exactly, the 1650s.

      Liberalism (i.e. I mean “classical”, the real kind) was a major revolution against the monarchs and aristocracy. The idea of people ruling themselves, without need for an iron throne – is an incredible development (evolution of human consciousness), looking across all history. Socialism is the counter-revolution for the aristocrats (the political class worldwide). Socialism was penned as the aristocrats’ carrot-strategy to fool the untitled, rube masses into embracing an aristocratic rule once again – and reversing the elites’ great mortal threat in all history, Liberalism.

      (Sorry guys, that word was ours, not theirs – Libre means freedom, not “giving of the hand-outs freely” as the socialists now say.)

      • Dwayne Mountain Dew Camacho

        nailed it. #CamachoBroFist

        • atheistSharesYourMorals

          I’d long heard that we are “reactionaries” against communist progress, But they are the reactionaries – against the revolution of Liberalism, which had its earliest birth pangs in the late 1600s (same time-frame as the birth of Science.. and the executions of monarchs…) and peaked (globally) in the late 1800s. Marx’s manifesto was in the mid-1850s.

      • thale_taxurfeet ♂ Vilified

        Indeed Classical Liberalism was nothing like the totalitarianism of today’s Left.

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lS8RjCRolSM Sanchez

    The US’s first in history AG who left office under Contempt of Congress!

    Criminals do hang together.

    • Doc Farmer✔ᶜᵒᵛᶠᵉᶠᵉ ᵈᵉᵖˡᵒʳᵃᵇˡᵉ

      With absolutely NO penalties either..

      • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lS8RjCRolSM Sanchez

        With great pensions that are 3x the US Median income.

        • AMD_Afficionado

          If there are going to be pensions for federal jobs (I don’t recall the destitute Presidents of yesteryear begging for federal handouts), they really ought to come with the stipulation that they can’t be drawn if the “drawee” is still working for the feds.

        • atheistSharesYourMorals

          Our seized income, to be precise.

    • Michael the white suburbanite

      get them in a room together with Kerry and the President, would make the FBI’s job a little easier

  • Fire and Adjust!

    A criminal campaigning for a criminal………………….this should be expected from the democrats…………..nothing new to see here……..

  • Doc Farmer✔ᶜᵒᵛᶠᵉᶠᵉ ᵈᵉᵖˡᵒʳᵃᵇˡᵉ

    Other potential Hillary endorsers:

    Marquis de Sade
    Gengis Khan
    Khan Noonien Singh
    Mothra

    • Fire and Adjust!

      Sounds about right………….dead people have been known to vote for democrats, it stands to reason they could also endorse democrats………

      • Doc Farmer✔ᶜᵒᵛᶠᵉᶠᵉ ᵈᵉᵖˡᵒʳᵃᵇˡᵉ

        No kidding – heard audio today of a guy asking folks to sign a “petition” helping Hillary get her choice of veep on the ballot with her. The choice? Karl Marx…

        • Fire and Adjust!

          Frankly, I’m surprised Hillary would pick anyone but her own reflection to be VP

          • Suzyqpie

            Hillary picks Bill? They game the treasury again. And Bill will have some demands in his time, Hillary fearing what Bill might be doing with no demands on his time.

        • Grumpy Granny

          Was that in Southern California? It may be the same fellow who asked people at the beach if they wanted to have the First Amendment repealed. Most of them did!

          • kcinmo

            That sounds like something Mark Dice would do. My wife loves watching his videos and laughing at the idiots.

          • Grumpy Granny

            Thanks, I was having a “senior moment” and couldn’t think of Mark Dice’s name. His videos are very amusing until we realize what we are seeing.

          • kcinmo

            The scariest part about watching his videos is the realization that the people he talks to actually vote.

    • RJ

      Can’t go wrong shoring up that fickle Mothra vote.

    • AMD_Afficionado

      Singh was all about the “master race” so there’s no way he’d endorse the drunken, diseased old hag who, like Mr. Burns of the Simpsons, is so diseased that she’ll likely be found to have conditions not known to medical science.

  • constitutionminded

    How soon before he is photo-shopped in prison stripes?

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lS8RjCRolSM Sanchez

    “Plans For Hidden IT Network To Help Clinton Skirt Rules Uncovered by Judicial Watch”

    FEBRUARY 01, 2016

    http://www.judicialwatch.org/press-room/press-releases/judicial-watch-new-state-department-emails-reveal-plan-to-set-up-separate-pc-computer-network-at-state-so-clinton-could-skirt-government-network-system-to-access-emails/

    ‘We should … set up a stand-alone PC in the Secretary’s office, connected to the internet (but not through our system) to enable her to check her emails from her
    desk’

    “(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it recently received records from the Department of State disclosing plans by senior State Department officials to set up a “stand-alone PC” so that Clinton could check her emails in an office “across the hall” through a separate, non-State Department computer
    network system. Referencing the special Clinton computer system, Under
    Secretary for Management Patrick F. Kennedy,
    writes Clinton Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills, “The stand-alone separate
    network PC is a great idea.” The emails are from January 23-24, 2009, a
    few days after Clinton was sworn in as Secretary of State.

    The new emails were obtained by Judicial Watch in response a court order in a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit for State Department records about Hillary Clinton’s separate email system (Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department of State (No. 1:15-cv-00689)).”

    • EnoughIsEnough

      As Democrats and Liberals cheer this unlawful Administration, our country sinks further into a lawless cesspool. The rules are selectively enforced, and the elite are the arbiters of who gets a pass. Law-abiding citizens no longer have anyone to represent them.

      • Suzyqpie

        Selective enforcement of the law is abdication of the Rule of Law. Abdication of the Rule of Law is fundamental transformation.

        • EnoughIsEnough

          And “anarchy”.

          • Michael the white suburbanite

            or Tyranny

      • MommaSweenDog

        Afluenza Government.

      • vetgal1970

        To remake the Rule of Law, first you have to make people believe it doesn’t work so there’s no harm in trying something new

    • Suzyqpie

      Judicial Watch, doing the jobs the MSM won’t do.

  • CrystalDawn0603

    Hey, he got away with his crimes. He’s clearly Hillary’s dream guy.

  • http://wandererswaysite.wordpress.com Wanderer

    If our next president doesn’t tap Sheriff Clarke for something, it’ll be a terrible waste.

    • Arttie the Deplorable

      USSS comes to mind as a group that needs someone in charge.

      • thale_taxurfeet ♂ Vilified

        Can’t argue with that, but I would suggest that pretty much every ABC Bureau, from the EPA to the VA needs “someone in charge” of operations, not just career furtherance and nest padding…

        • Arttie the Deplorable

          I should have added “with his skill set.” I agree with the rest too.

        • EnoughIsEnough

          A good house cleaning would be a start. No more “I accept responsibility” without consequences. Incompetency is only rewarded at this twisted level of government.

          • thale_taxurfeet ♂ Vilified

            When I allow myself to dwell on the acts of our Governments against the interests of the citizens and the Constitution, I think of how Crassus utilized the Appian Way.

          • EnoughIsEnough

            When I allow myself to dwell on the acts of our Governments against the interests of the citizens and the Constitution, I feel sick to my stomach.

          • thale_taxurfeet ♂ Vilified

            I’m cursed with a strong stomach and a short fuse.

          • EnoughIsEnough

            And your sunny disposition!!!

          • thale_taxurfeet ♂ Vilified

            Bawaaaaahahahahahahaha…

          • Rogue Cheddar

            Spartacus: Screw him!

          • thale_taxurfeet ♂ Vilified

            He who lives by the screw, dies by… Well, you know. /*

            If everyone would call, email, mail, and/or fax their Congress-widgets and Senators to rename Pennsylvania Ave. NW to the Appian Way, the August body that is Government Club might get a clue…

          • Rogue Cheddar

            Nah, your talking that they’re gonna learn from history? That’s crazy talk!

          • thale_taxurfeet ♂ Vilified

            Heh… /* hoists a beer in RC’s virtual direction */

          • Rogue Cheddar

            Gentlemen, we have boatdrinks! (clink)

          • AMD_Afficionado

            Crassus…the Donald Trump of Rome? lol.

    • Rogue Cheddar

      Sheriff Clarke and Sheriff Joe, could be just what is badly needed.

  • Hotlanta Mike

    What will be known is that Obama obstructed justice in order to protect Eric Holder from being indicted for perjury…

    BREAKING: Judge Deals Obama HUGE Blow, REJECTS Executive Privilege Claim On Fast and Furious Docs

    http://toprightnews.com/breaking-judge-deals-obama-huge-blow-rejects-executive-privilege-claim-on-fast-and-furious-docs/

    • icallshenanigans

      Gives me a reason to smile on this dreary day, thanks.

  • Suzyqpie

    Lisa Jaskson, the charltan who ran the EPA for awhile, was operating numerous private email accounts. There was no penalty for having done so. I suspect there is a whole shadow government running in the background. Obama has some plausible deniability feature built in to protect him.

    • EnoughIsEnough

      That is such a good, overlooked point. There IS a shadow government, and as long as the Democrats are in charge of this Administration, liberals are willing to look the other way. Gun-running, sanctuary cities, private email accounts that endanger our security and violate the law, the list goes on and on. Any American whose head is ruled by common sense rather than ideology, realizes that our government has no accountability to its citizens, and the only way you are not affected is if you are in the “chosen” elite.

      • winston smith

        A bit of historical commentary on this subject :

        https://youtu.be/y8HTr-F-FVM

      • thale_taxurfeet ♂ Vilified

        Preach on EIE! Preach on…

        • EnoughIsEnough

          I’m feeling particularly cranky today. Up is down, and down is up, and morons are defending corruption. Our CIC is at a mosque with questionable ties lecturing us heathens about the religion of peace. I cannot wait until next January, when maybe some sanity will restore this great nation.

    • atheistSharesYourMorals

      The shadow government doesn’t really hide itself that well. Just that most Americans can’t be bothered to seek news on their own time – or spend time understanding what politicians are really up to – rather than causally encountering some news bits, pushed by entertainment media or entertainment figures. We are an atypical group, percentage-wise, that regularly seeks news.

      The shadow government easily “hides in plain sight”, thanks to the MSM.

  • MarciaTheMurkyMuse? Variegated

    Would some really potent smelling salts counteract Shrilly’s past-due reek of desperation?

  • ember

    Truth!

  • gfnc55

    Who would have ever believed that the US could become so corrupt. It’s frightening.

    • tbmbuzz

      It is a direct result of the Democrat Party completely prostituting itself to totalitarian Marxism over the past 50 years.

      • freeinaz

        So…progressive

      • atheistSharesYourMorals

        Democrats began as prostituting themselves to Marxists (i.e. the phase that most Republicans have now entered into) – but by now, they are the world’s leading Marxists.

    • Josephine Schmo

      So Russia and Mexico-like ….

    • thale_taxurfeet ♂ Vilified

      “Who would have ever believed that the US could become so corrupt. It’s frightening.”

      Maybe some of the Ye Olde Phartes from the age of the Founding?

      “Every government degenerates when trusted to the rulers of the people alone. The people themselves, therefore, are its only safe depositories. And to render them safe, their minds must be improved to a certain degree.”

      -Thomas Jefferson”

      The Government will get away with that which the governed allows.

      • atheistSharesYourMorals

        Right. Citizens have abdicated their own self-rule. Always looking for the next Papa leader to leave all the cares to. But this was accomplished by a relentless campaign of social psychology by the global Left.

  • Michael the white suburbanite

    Bill pulls Eric aside, “Aahh listen Eric, same as I told Barack, you better get out there and throw your support to Hillary, cause if she goes down so do you, and not in a good way, Heh Heh Heh”.

  • AMD_Afficionado

    Can someone clear up for me what “Contempt of Congress” actually does? As I recall, Evil Eric Holder grew testy when it was brought up but nothing came of it.

    Also, is he still in contempt of Congress? Does the mark carry over from Congress to Congress?

    • Josephine Schmo

      good questions! Hope someone answers!

    • EnoughIsEnough

      It appears that there are really no punishments for corruption at this high level. No jail time, no firing, no demotion, no withheld budget, as a matter of fact, often incompetency/corruption is rewarded with a promotion. The real consequences are reserved for the average American that doesn’t have access.

  • ghiggins1958

    I think the sherriff is being very generous in calling Holder an accomplice. Unindicted co-conspiritor is likely more accurats.

  • Please, god help us!

    Mrs. Bill Clinton is among the oddly deluded “true believers” who have convinced themselves that their time in history has arrived. She inexplicably believes that inflammatory statements against supporters of the right to keep and bear arms for the defense of their families will increase her chances of victory on Election Day and accelerate what she considers an inevitable victory (for thine is the Queen).

    Underestimating one’s opponent is a classic mistake of arrogance that can lead to humiliating defeat. We therefore can only hope that Mrs. Bill Clinton has adopted the profound self-delusion of gun control’s ascendency and will continue expressing her contempt for Second Amendment rights and their broad based supporters. While she may have forgotten the lessons of history, pro-freedom voters of all parties will remind her of her remarks at the ballot box.

    • Petrucio14

      Hubris cost her the election in 2008. I don’t think she has learned one damn thing since then. And her record of corruption has increased exponentially. She needs a good long visit from Jacob Marley since she doesn’t believe her own ponderous chain is going to be any handicap.

  • Petrucio14

    If Sheriff Clarke were running for POTUS, he would have my vote in an instant.

  • Nos Nevets

    There’s no love between HRC & BHO.
    That’s one reason she was sidelined as Sec of State.
    She would never put him on Supreme Court.
    He may throw her under the FBI’s bus & push for Biden.

  • Linda

    Forget the former AG –It will be interesting to see what the current AG, Loretta Lynch, will do if FBI recommends Indictment for former SOS, Hillary

  • interestedobserver2

    I’m not sure the word “campaign” means what Hillary thinks it means…

  • Karen M

    Both of them belong in prison. Time for justice for America, send them on a nice vacation behind bars where they belong!

  • luvzforplay

    I will be very happy if we have someone with enough balls to indite Hillary for any of her Treasonous ACTS maybe she will take Oblunder to prison with the , maybe the’ll let her take her strap on !!

  • Jerry Shelton

    This might safe us some one and cut down the work load for probation officers. They just need to go to Clinton campaign meetings.

  • Donald York

    I think Eric Holder should be in maximum security somewhere in the country. Hillary, two doors over.