Fox news reports:
The GOP-led House voted Thursday to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress for failing to provide key information pertaining to Operation Fast and Furious, making Holder the first sitting Cabinet member to be held in contempt.
The vote was 255-67 with one lawmaker voting not present. Seventeen Democrats broke ranks to vote in favor of contempt, while two Republicans voted against the measure.
It was bi-partisan racism. Next step is to find someone in the Justice department who will arrest him and put him in front of a grand jury. Good luck with that. Some speculation here:
[The] contempt of Congress charge against U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder could put one of his own employees in the awkward position of dragging his boss in front of a grand jury, but experts doubt it will happen.
Congress will likely resort to the courts for relief:
But Congress is not completely out of options. It could move to appoint a special prosecutor or it could seek to enforce its subpoena through an action in civil contempt. That would leave it up to a court to determine whether the invocation of executive privilege was valid.