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Does anyone recall a time when former Attorney General Eric Holder ever told Barack Obama no to anything? When Obama illegally ordered Holder to stop defending the Defense of Marriage act, did Holder say no because it was in violation of the US Constitution? When Obama ordered Holder to stop the prosecution of two of Obama militant buddies for voter intimidation, despite them being caught on video, did Holder say no?

So, what gives Eric Holder the audacity to tell current US Attorney General Jeff Sessions that he should learn to tell President Donald Trump NO to things like firing FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe just before his retirement date.

(Sparta Report) – Howdy, gentle readers.

Guess who has turned up again, like a reoccurring case of toenail fungus?

FoxNews.com reports that

Former Attorney General Eric Holder criticized Jeff Sessions Monday night for his role in the firing of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe — saying that Sessions must “have the guts to look at the president every now and again and say ‘no.’”

Sessions fired McCabe on Friday, two days before McCabe’s scheduled retirement date. McCabe, a regular target of President Trump’s ire, has suggested that his departure was part of what he described as the administration’s “war on the FBI.”

Speaking at Georgetown University, Holder accused Sessions of rushing to fire McCabe at Trump’s behest…

Listening to Holder give this kind of advice to Sessions is like hearing a Muslim terrorist telling another Muslim terrorist to be kind to Jews and not harm them or Nancy Pelosi telling her fellow Democrats to help pass all of Trump’s agenda, both of which are obviously total hypocrisy and bunch of BS.

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