The House of Representatives is investigating Attorney General Eric Holder for perjury.
Under oath, he said that he was not involved in the "potential prosecution of the press for the disclosure of material."
Yet we learned that he personally signed off on search warrants for a Fox News reporter that called the reporter a possible “co-conspirator” in a leak case.
And that’s merely his latest offense as Attorney General.
He has stonewalled the Fast & Furious investigation, he’s been cited for contempt of Congress, and his Department of Justice has launched vast and intrusive investigations of members of the media.
As Attorney General, you are the nation’s chief law enforcement officer, yet you seem to show little regard for the laws that apply to you. You must resign to restore public confidence in the Department of Justice.
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