Happened I hadn't turned the radio off and Hannity was on when I came in. He was talking to some guy who was apparently a bigshot in the civil rights movement in the 60's, and could not get a straight answer to a question:
"If a couple of white guys were standing in front of a polling place wearing white hoods, waving batons and throwing racial epithets at black voters, should they be prosecuted by the Justice Department for voter intimidation?"*
Simple, right? Answer should be 'Yes'. Period.
He wouldn't say that. At all. He kept trying to ask different questions, he tried to talk around it, he tried throwing in "Well, IF this" and "But in the in the past" and anything else he could think of; he would not simply answer that question. And the only conclusion I can draw is Because if he says they should be prosecuted, then the NBPP clowns should be prosecuted, too. And he wants them to get away with their voter intimidation.
I wonder if he doesn't understand or just doesn't care about the precedent being set by this? That the JD will look at cases through color-filtered glasses; therefore that the JD cannot be trusted to impartially enforce the law.
I wonder if he doesn't realize or doesn't care what that crap could lead to?
*Not his exact wording, as close as I can recall