Former Attorney General Eric Holder has leaned back on a few of the Democrats’ favorite weapons — fear mongering and race baiting.
In a new radio ad for Democrat presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton, aimed at South Carolina voters, Holder paints a scary picture for black voters to try to get them to the polls.
“If the Republicans win, we’ll all lose. They want to roll back the clock on civil rights. The want to make it harder for African Americans to vote, not easier. And they’ve got no plan to deal with gun violence or any of the issues we’re facing in our communities.”
Holder, one of the brains behind the Fast & Furious gun running scheme that placed firearms in the hands of Mexican drug cartels, also praised Clinton’s work.
“She’s fought her whole life for children, to protect civil rights, voting rights, and today, Hillary is pushing hard for tougher gun laws and police accountability,” he said.
Unless the child is a 12-year-old rape victim and Hillary is defending her accused rapist that is.
Listen to the entire ad below.
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