J Christian Adams, DOJ whistle-blower, and Bartle Bull, renown civil rights attorney, comment on DOJ's refusal to pursue New Black Panthers voter intimidation case

If you haven’t seen Megyn Kelly’s exclusive interviews with J Christian Adams, the DOJ attorney who resigned in protest at the DOJ’s dismissal of the voter intimidation charges against the New Black Panthers. Adams blew the whistle on the DOJ’s dereliction in an article at Pajamas Media. You can watch part one of Megyn’s interview here:

Part two is here:

That interview is truly shocking, particularly Adams’ statement that the DOJ voting division will not pursue voting rights violations when the defendant is black and the victim is white. However, the DOJ and its liberal apologists, rather than addressing Adams’ comments, are trying to discredit him by accusing him of being politically motivated.

However, one of the witnesses at the Philadelphia polling station was Bartle Bull, a renown civil rights attorney who was Robert F. Kennedy’s New York campaign manager and worked along side Charles Evers, Medgar Evers’ older brother, enforcing voting rights laws in Mississippi in the 1960’s. On November 4, 2008, Bartle worked as a poll watcher at the same Philadelphia polling station and witnessed the New Black Panthers harassing and yelling racial slurs at voters and poll observers in order to intimidate them. Will the DOJ accuse him of being politically motivated in the same way it tried to discredit Adams? They won’t even try. Instead they’ll ignore him as best they can because they know that his credibility is unimpeachable.

When Michelle Malkin covered the case back when it was first brought by the Bush DOJ, she posted Bartle Bull’s affidavit, which you can read here. In it, he said that never in his entire career as a civil rights attorney has he ever seen or heard of an instance where uniformed and armed men intimidated and blocked voters as they tried to enter a polling station. Not even in Mississippi in the 1960’s.

Megyn Kelly spoke to Bartle Bull about this case as well. When you watch the video, you will see that he is nothing short of outraged that the Obama administration is refusing to apply the voting rights laws equally to all citizens.

Is it a surprise that as of right now, no other media outlets besides Fox News is covering this? The New York Times, The Washington Post, NBC, CBS, ABC, and CNN have all remained silent on this matter, which is not only a tacit endorsement of the DOJ’s actions but makes them just as culpable in the attempted cover up.

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