Thursday, May 30, 2013

Eric Holder’s Contempt for the Truth

Dear Friend,

On May 15th of this year, I participated in the House Judiciary Committee hearing during which Attorney General Eric Holder testified that he was not involved in "the potential prosecution" of any members of the press for the disclosure of material, further stating, "This is not something I've ever been involved in, heard of, or would think would be wise policy." Subsequently, the American public and this Committee were made aware that Attorney General Holder had in fact been in discussions regarding a search warrant for Fox News correspondent James Rosen's emails and phone records.

The Attorney General's sworn statement was made before the United States Congress and is in direct contrast to those actions reported. It is my belief, as well as the Committee's, that Eric Holder must explain this discrepancy. 

This week, I had the opportunity to lead the discussion on Eric Holder's contempt for the truth, appearing on both Hannity and America's Newsroom. Watch below.