Have you ever heard someone say something so self-righteous, almost to the point that you feel they’re talking just so people can hear them talk, that all you can do is laugh at them because of how sad their argument seems?
Former Attorney General under former President Barack Obama, Eric Holder, went on MSNBC to discuss a myriad of issues, in particular the Trump administration. Don’t be surprised by what he said to “The Beat” host Ari Melber, because it’s nothing we haven’t heard before. But, Holder was so overt with his disdain for the country that made him “great,” that his comments need to be observed in order for everyone to point and laugh at his great hypocrisy.
What did Holder say?
“When I hear these things about let's Make America Great Again, I think to myself, exactly when did you think America was great?" Holder said, answering a question with a qeustion. "It certainly wasn't when people were enslaved. It certainly wasn't when women did have the right to vote. It certainly wasn't when the LGBT community was denied the rights to which it was entitled.”
Ah, the social justice, virtue signaling word salad of the left. I wonder if Holder thought America was great when it made him, as a black man, the top lawyer in the United States. I wonder if he thought that America was great when he was never really obligated to explain his role in the Fast and Furious scandal — besides claiming ignorance on his part, of course.
Take a look at Holder's comments below:
Unlike most other countries, who have existed way longer than the U.S., hasn’t the U.S. fixed pretty much all of those problems to the point that people create new problems because of how opposed most Americans are to discrimination against anyone?
The far-left are the same people, who in reality think so little of the American people, particularly minorities, that they create programs to “help” because they don’t think those people have the capacity to do anything on their own.
It must’ve been the mantra of the Obama administration that America was never great, because who remembers former First Lady Michelle Obama saying that “the first time in her adult lifetime” she was proud of the country that gave her everything?
Obama said that her comment was in reference to people being “hungry for change.” That’s total BS, because as long as this country has voted in different parties to whatever office, that’s people wanting change. People always want change in their politicians, because by the time their terms are up people are sick of them.
Sell the “America was never great” line somewhere else. Either that or get a shovel for all that crap you continuously pile on the American people.