It's astounding to see that no one called out former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder for the very dangerous comments he made during a 1995 anti-gun speech.
Before Holder was the biggest lawyer in the U.S., he spoke to the Women's National Democratic Club about "Crime and the U.S. Justice System."
Holder's comments are so Socialistically radical that there's no point in wasting any time. Here's the video:
"...What I've asked is that the creative community in Washington [D.C.] - those ad agencies that create these snappy ads that make me buy things that I don't really need - devote that talent in a more constructive way so that we can get at the minds of these young people."
"This informational campaign, I've also called the newspapers and television stations, to devote to us a time and space so that we can get these ads - so we can use these spots - and not to give us one, two o'clock in morning ads when nobody's watching, but at a time when people particularly young people are watching television."
"I've also asked people who have influence over youngsters - entertainers, athletes - to be involved in this program as well[...]People who have credibility with young people should be on the television - on the radio - as much as we possibly can, and telling these youngsters that it's wrong to carry a gun."
"I’ve also asked the school board to make a part of every day some kind of anti-violence, anti-gun message. Every day, every school at every level. One thing that I think is clear with young people and with adults as well is that we just have to be repetitive about this. It’s not enough to simply have a catchy ad on a Monday, and then only do it every Monday. We need to do this every day of the week, and just really brainwash people into thinking about guns in a vastly different way."
Don't think for one second that the anti-gun narrative is something that just sprang up in the last 10-15 years. The battle for the youth of America's minds has been on for decades -- if not, an entire century.