Barack Obama has provided yet more proof that only his administration’s allies enjoy the equal protection of the law; conservatives should expect no right to justice in Obama’s America. We have learned, from firsthand testimony, that civil rights protections do not apply when Black Panthers deny white citizens the right to vote. We have seen that immigration laws do not apply in Arizona. And the president has made clear he feels his administration will ignore court decrees and impose ObamaCare. Now those on Obama’s enemies list cannot expect to receive their Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. FOIA allows private citizens access to government documents, which are often expose treasure trove of government corruption. J. Christian Adams, who blew the whistle on the Justice Department’s racialist justice, reveals that Obama promptly filled some FOIA requests:
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- Gerry Hebert, noted free speech opponent, partisan liberal, and former career Voting Section lawyer who testified against now-Senator Jeff Sessions when he was nominated to the federal judiciary. Same day service.
- Kristen Clarke, NAACP Legal Defense Fund. Clarke sought the dismissal of the voter intimidation case against the New Black Panther party. Same day service.
- Ari Shapiro of National Public Radio. Five day service.
- Nicholas Espiritu of the Mexican American Legal Defense Fund. Next day service.
- Eugene Lee of the Asian Pacific American Legal Center. Three day service.
- Edward DuBose, president of Georgia NAACP. Same day service.
- Raul Arroyo-Mendoza of the Advancement Project. Same day service.
- Nina Perales of the Mexican American Legal Defense Fund. Two day service.
Others did not enjoy the same treatment:
- Jed Babbin, editor at Human Events. Six month wait.
- Jerry Seper, Washington Times. Six month wait.
- Jim Boulet of the English First Foundation. No reply at all.
- Jenny Small of Judicial Watch. Five month wait.
- Republican Pennsylvania state Representative Stephen Barrar. Four month wait.
- Jason Torchinsky, former DOJ and now ace GOP lawyer. No reply at all.
- Ben Conery, Washington Times. Five month wait.
Despite the media’s attempts to portray Barack Obama as a learned professor and perhaps the most brilliant senator since Cicero, the president remains what he has always been at core: a left-wing radical and community organizer. Those who are part of his coalition receive government favors; those who are not are denied equal protection of the law. (This, and pure cowardice, explains why some “conservatives” were so quick to toady to Obama before or soon after his election.) Black Panthers, the NAACP, illegal immigrants, and NPR are his team players; conservative journalists, Republicans, and those who believe all Americans should speak the English language are not.
Obama believes he can trust certain media outlets — like NPR — to overlook any untoward details in administration documents, spin them to his favor, or lack the capability and work ethic to identify them in the first place. Jerry Seper, Jed Babbin, and Jim Boulet would keep him honest. Obama is petrified of the avalanche of investigations the Republican Congress could unleash.
Adams’ revelations again prove that denial of equal justice is endemic under Barack Obama. Republicans should investigate whether this omnipresent evil rises to the level of “high crimes and misdemeanors” and act accordingly.