This is so bad it's good. People won't stand for this.

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  1. Capitalist

    Capitalist Jeffersonian Liberal

    May 22, 2010
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    The public has been wondering for over a year why the [New Black Panthers] case was dismissed. Coates testified why today:
    [There is a] deep-seated opposition to the race-neutral enforcement of the Voting Rights Act against racial minorities and for the protection of whites who have been discriminated against.​
    Coates verified that the DOJ is infested with racially motivated hostility towards equal enforcement of the law. Like me, Coates testified about the history of open and pervasive hostility inside the Voting Section to protecting the rights of white voters. This hostility first emerged in the case against Ike Brown in Noxubee County, Mississippi, going back as far as 2004:
    The opposition within the Voting Section to taking actions on behalf of white voters in Noxubee County, Mississippi, … was widespread.​
    Coates confirmed that senior managers didn’t even want to open the investigation into discrimination against white voters in Noxubee County:
    The Deputy Chief who was leading that election coverage asked me: “can you believe that we are going to Mississippi to protect white voters?”​
    Coates described how his memoranda were doctored by former Voting Section Chief Joe Rich, confirming my testimony as well as an article that appeared here at PJM this week.
    Coates also testified that he was reprimanded by Acting Assistant Attorney General Loretta King when he asked attorneys in job interviews if they could enforce the law equally. Coates asked them if they were willing to enforce the law in a racially neutral fashion, regardless of the race of the wrongdoer, even if the wrongdoer was black. Naturally, this inquiry into the applicant’s sense of fairness greatly offended the racially obsessed King. Her agenda was quite different than Coates’ agenda. Coates testified he was summoned to the senior political offices for a tongue-lashing by King, and the interview questions Coates was asking had to go:
    King took offense that I was asking such a question of job applicants and directed me not to ask it again because she does not support equal enforcement of the provisions of the Voting Rights Act.

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