Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin dedicated much of her speech at the recent Western Conservative Summit to Attorney General Eric Holder, who used his position to lambaste Palin during an interview last week.
“I don’t need a lecture from Eric Holder,” she said, “a guy – get this – so incompetent that he denied voter fraud existed even after someone claimed that they were Eric Holder and they got his ballot and they voted in D.C.!”
She went on to point out that he is one of a very few presidential cabinet members in American history to have been found in contempt of Congress.
“If he wants to weigh in,” Palin suggested, “maybe he can tell his boss [to] get out of the bubble, go to those border towns, working class communities, see the consequences of deliberately not enforcing the law.”
Holder’s common refrain, she noted, is to label his political adversaries as racists, which she called “a disgusting, false charge.”
According to Palin, the only reason the administration uses such divisive language is to end a debate it would otherwise lose on merit.
“He needs to use his noggin,” she said of Holder, “and answer what’s to account then for the anti-Obama policy protests going on today in black communities and Hispanic circles and on reservations and in my own home!”
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