As bad as the asinine statement made by Missouri Senate candidate, Todd Akin was, this statement by The US Attorney General is far worse;
Holder said: “Let’s be frank, much of the anthropological data [the Justice Department] has acquired concludes that people of certain ethnicities are simply biologically incapable of obtaining voter identifications.”
So Eric Holder thinks Black people and Hispanics are too stupid to acquire a photo ID. That’s an interesting theory that hasn’t made it to the main stream media yet.
Another faux paux by Holder at the same hearing;
“It’s a simple matter of respect. Either we can honor the traditions of ethnicities in the U.S. who have no historical cultural demand they prove who they are, or we can take a step back to the days of Jim Crow and force people who have no familiarity with proving who they are to do so in a most uncomfortable setting [voting]. After all, this is America; we’re founded on ‘inclusion;’ on making people from other nations and cultures feel comfortable. How else can we achieve that unless we allow Hispan … I mean, uhh, ‘people’ to practice the traditions of the native lands they came from? Anything less would be discriminatory.” [emphasis mine]
How else can the Obama administration steal the election if people have to show an ID to vote?