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Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Despite failing to produce the documents requested for the congressional investigation into the Justice Department's botched Fast and Furious gun walking operation Attorney General Eric Holder still managed time to sing karaoke and knock back a couple of beers at his favorite Georgetown bar "Bitches N Hoes", seemingly unconcerned about justice and truth in America.

Holder got down and dirty to Michael Jackson's "Smooth Criminal" - his rendition earning applause from other patrons, "Gold Tooth" Lasikia, Sonny "I don't pay child support" Cummings and "Sugar" Ray Lewis.

Holder, who has always denied that he got the job as AG because he is a "brother" of Barack Obama has consistently mocked congress with regard to his lack of concern involving his department.

He has consistently refused to answer questions and failed to produce any documentation regarding "The Fast and Furious" cluster fuck he presided over.

The failed Fast and Furious program attempted to selling thousands of guns to arms dealers along the U.S.-Mexico border to trace them to leaders of drug cartel. However, many of them showed up in crimes scenes, including where U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry was killed in a shoot out.

Congressional investigators have been trying to determine if and when high-level Justice officials knew about problems with the program, which they did, however Holder has simply put off any investigation, luckily though, it won't affect his drinkin' and a singin' and a chillin' with his good pal Obama at "Bitches N Hoes" for happy hour and the fried chicken buffet.

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