Eric Holder Sends Ominous Late Night Tweet To "Career DOJ/FBI" Employees

Eric Holder, Obama's former Attorney General and a man who recently hinted at an interest in pursuing a 2020 bid for the White House, issued a rather ominous warning to the "career men & women" of the DOJ/FBI last night saying that their "actions and integrity will be unfairly questioned" before calling upon them to "be prepared, be strong."

"To the career men & women at DOJ/FBI: your actions and integrity will be unfairly questioned. Be prepared, be strong. Duty. Honor. Country."


Of course, with the many scandals that plagued Obama's Justice Department, it's impossible to know exactly which one sparked Holder's warning. 

Could it be the outrageous unmasking of Trump officials in the waning days of Obama's administration, an obvious attempt to exploit the collection of foreign intelligence and use it as a political weapon of mass destruction, and subsequent illegal leaking of that information to the media?  Certainly, this would seem to be a concern for Susan Rice who has been asked to testify before the House Intelligence Committee.

Or, is it a simple message directed at FBI Director McCabe who we recently pointed out is coming under increasing scrutiny for not recusing himself from the investigation of Michael Flynn, a man against whom he very clearly harbored a personal vendetta.

Or, perhaps its that whole James Comey revelation that Eric Holder's replacement, Loretta Lynch, colluded with the Hillary Clinton campaign and the FBI to quash the investigation of Hillary's email scandal.

Or, perhaps it's just a general warning after the FISA court recently revealed the the Obama administration conducted illegal queries targeting American citizens "with much greater frequency than had previously been disclosed to the Court" issue which it described as a "very serious Fourth Amendment issue."

"Since 2011, NSA's minimization procedures have prohibited use of U.S.-person identifiers to query the results of upstream Internet collection under Section 702.  The October 26, 2016 Notice informed the Court that NSA analysts had been conducting such queries in violation of that prohibition, with much greater frequency than had previously been disclosed to the Court."


"At the October 26, 2016 hearing, the Court ascribed the government's failure to disclose those IG and OCO reviews at the October 4, 2016 hearing to an institutional 'lack of candor' on NSA's part and emphasized that 'this is a very serious Fourth Amendment issue.'"



Or, perhaps its something else entirely.  Just imagine the possibilities...


Déjà view vato poco Sat, 07/01/2017 - 00:26 Permalink

PARDON ME...forked tongue...Holder...NOT ONE AT FBI CHALLENGES HIM...…

1980'$ Oil Trader Marc Rich...

-Defrauded IRS $48m...fled to Switzerland to avoid AG (ironic) warrant...
-Ignored Iran sanctions (French bank was fined billions $'$)...
-Wife Denise 'donated' $1m to 'Democratic' party before PARDON...
-Ex-wife Denise renounced U.S. citizenship upon acquiring Austrian (fathers)...


Wonder why Holder ONLY pursued S&P rating agency for fraud after their Aug. 2011 U.S. credit downgrade...
Fitch, Moody'$ and S&P defacto DOJ rating agencies...

In deep trouble with SELF SERVING Holder et al...

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jeff montanye Déjà view Sat, 07/01/2017 - 05:35 Permalink

speaking of the justice department and the fbi, i still haven't heard anyone, at all, give an answer to either of the two best questions i can think of about this whole election season of hillary clinton and donald trump, especially with the added bonus of the russian connection which started last summer with the theft of the dnc emails:1.  why, after the dnc emails were stolen, and a dnc data analyst was murdered (seth rich), and wikileaks published the stolen emails and later offered a reward for seth rich's murderer, did the fbi never, even a little, investigate the murder of seth rich?2. how did the dnc "rebuff" the fbi's attempts to examine the dnc data servers, from which the dnc emails were stolen, perhaps by "russian hackers", such that the fbi has never seen the primary evidence in their top level national security investigation into "russian meddling" in the otherwise totally clean u.s. elections?that the fbi has not been asked these questions and a number of followup ones by the legacy media tells anyone remotely paying attention just how far the fix is in.  force mr. mueller to get, if not to the bottom of this, at least under the surface scum.

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Giant Meteor AVmaster (not verified) Fri, 06/30/2017 - 23:31 Permalink

Here is a shortlist of his "duty, honor, country." The race baiting, former head of the department of "just us" Eric the Placeholder. He has an extensive rapsheet."Stealing 1,000,000 American Homes – Immediately after the housing collapse of 2007 and the economic collapse of 2008, America’s largest mortgage lenders began criminally foreclosing on hundreds of thousands of American families without cause and using ‘robo-signing machines’."Most didn’t even have mortgages, much less with those banks."Sheriff’s across the country removed a half million American families at gun point for no legitimate reason, only because banks had fraudulently filed foreclosure papers. The number of victims was so large, the DoJ cut off new claimants in 2012 when the number of properties stolen by six Wall Street banks hit 750,000. Since then, hundreds of thousands more families have been refused any justice or reimbursement at all by AG Holder.""And for the 750,000 families the Justice Dept sued the banks for and settled with, the banks were ordered to pay each family an average of $2,000 each - $2,000 as total reimbursement for a $100,000 home criminally stolen, and all the furniture and possessions inside when the bank and police forced the families into the street. The settlement negotiated by the Justice Dept also bars the victims from ever suing the banks to get their money back. The five banks that stole one million American homes and businesses and were protected by AG Holder and the DoJ were Bank of America, Wells Fargo, JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup, and Ally Financial."… right along ...."Jon Corzine and MF Global Connection – Former Democratic New Jersey US Senator Jon Corzine left office to lead the financial firm MF Global, where he stole, pocketed or gambled away $1.6 billion he authorized taking from customers’ bank accounts. The bank’s law firm at the time was Covington & Burlington. Both AG Holder and Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer were recent employees of that firm. The DoJ chose Associate Attorney General Tony West to prosecute Corzine and MF Global. West came from the firm Morrison & Foerester, which was handling MF Global’s assets at the time."For a well laid out detailing of Holder's various crimes ..… Clinton , Obama syncopant hack, who knows what he is plottting next .."During one of your first public speeches as Attorney General you made it a point to call America “a nation of cowards” concerning race relations.""I have observed you closely during your tenure as Attorney General and notably during these last tumultuous years; watching you negotiate a number of controversial public matters to include the ATF Fast and Furious scandal, Black Panther Party intimidation at voting booths, IRS targeting of American citizens (citizen groups opposed to the Obama Administration,) the ignoring of US Immigration laws, DOJ criminal indictments of select news reporters and your management of several high profile criminal investigations involving subjects of race, notably African Americans."…

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fleur de lis mtl4 Sat, 07/01/2017 - 03:05 Permalink

Maybe Holder was using the signal code to get them all into positions for some kind of take down or coup, or the next false flag, or a population round up.Like when GHWB gave that weird NWO speech on 9/11/1991 -- ten years to the day.Not that Holder and his managers would keep us waiting that long.As for the FBI, DoJ, etc., they could have just as easily responded by telling him to mind his own business and be happy that he got away with all his shenanigans. The pervasive arrogance of .gov power mongers is astonishing.And "Duty, Honor, Country" -- what would a demented little NWO weasel like Holder know about things like that?As if a sniveling NWO water boy like him would know about things like valor, bravery, honor, and the like.More like "Double crosser, Traitor, NWO."And we could add "Chicken Attorney General" after that "nation of cowards" statement that he spit at all of us. He has a chip on his shoulder a mile high.He got sent to one of the highest offices in the land while being very obviously unqualified for the work and still he's angry at whitey.What a colossal waste of tax money.He's better suited to street riots and destroying property. Let him speak for himself and his cowardly and treasonous .gov friends.There must be more like him infesting the agencies than previously thought.He should go get some kind of job with his perverted CIA friends.  

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fleur de lis Withdrawn Sanction Sat, 07/01/2017 - 11:35 Permalink

Holder got his start as a CIA sleazebag.So it's no wonder he was in on Waco.CIA sleazbags are professionally unqualifed, psychopathic morons who are then put into positions of power because they are devoid of ethics and morals.That's how we end up with jackasses like Holder.He was mixed up in Latin American violence which impressed his fellow sleazebags in the DC Swamp.… after dragging high office through the mud he walked out and got a job in -- law!!HAHAHAHAHAHHA!!!… all his fancy Swamp connections he doesn't even have the smarts to shut up and stay off the radar.  

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SixIsNinE Bastiat Fri, 06/30/2017 - 15:45 Permalink

that's what i got from it too - some wicked stench is brewing in the Shitlery Clintonista Placeholder Oblowme PedostaSwamp .....even the district of criminals can't handle it !  ha! pucker up dimtards!drag some clueless sfbay dimmchums too, like Mark Morford, who has sucked more DimSchlong than anybody since the campaigning began more than 2 years ago, which is saying a lot. 

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