Motivation for the recent resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder has been analyzed by many political watchers, and the upcoming November election is often suggested as a reason for his resignation. But some are wondering if there is a more specific or urgent reason.
Eric Holder has been described as controversial and has been accused by some of failing to follow U.S. laws. He will most likely be remembered as U.S. attorney general for withholding both Benghazi documents and Operation Fast and Furious documents from Freedom of Information Act requests, filling lawsuits to nullify 2011 Texas Voter ID laws and failing to enforce U.S. immigration laws.
Although U.S. citizens have protested the southern border invasion and transportation of illegal immigrants throughout the country, the illegal flow of immigrants has continued — without proper medical screening procedures for possible diseases which have not yet developed obvious symptoms or verification that no criminal record exists for the aliens in another country.
So why the sudden resignation of Attorney General Holder now?
Apparently, Attorney General Holder resigned immediately after Judicial Watch President Jim Fitton announced that U.S. District Judge John D. Bates, District of Columbia, had two days earlier ordered the Department of Justice to give a list of Fast and Furious materials to Judicial Watch by October 22, 2014 — in response to a 2012 FOIA request and lawsuit.
Katie Pavlich reports in Judge denies DoJ request to delay release of Fast and Furious document list that DOJ must explain why documents have been withheld from Congress and the American people under President Obama’s assertion of executive privilege.
Pavlich quotes Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton’s reaction to the court ruling:
“The Obama administration failed to game the courts and now will have to account for its Fast and Furious lies. Two federal courts have now rejected Eric Holder’s election-related ploy to keep this information from the American people.”
Attorney Larry Klayman’s Judical Watch also recently obtained records from the Benghazi attack in 2012.
Oddly, neither Congress nor the media had been able to obtain the records regarding the 9-11 Benghazi attack of 2012 for two years or the records for Operation Fast and Furious, called ATF gunwalking scandal, for three and one-half years.
Another court case which challenges the Obama Administration, Taitz v. Johnson, 1:14-cv-00119, is seeking to stop the trafficking of illegal aliens by the Obama administration and to stop the spread of infectious diseases, crime and terrorism.
The case was filed in Texas federal court by Dr. Orly Taitz, Attorney, and it sues government officials, Jeh Johnson, Secretary of Department of Homeland Security; Sylvia Burwell, Secretary of Health and Human Services; Barack Obama, U.S. President; and U.S. Border Patrol, Rio Grande Valley Section, Brownsville Station.
Dr. Taitz’ case describes personal injury which she has suffered from exposure to disease while treating immigrants at her California dental office.
Taitz states that an injunction is needed to stop ongoing exposure to infectious diseases and re-infection. In a revised complaint, Taitz alleges fraud by the Obama administration by misinforming the public of the presence of infectious disease and lists the following points:
1. Fraud in advising the public that illegal aliens transported to California and other locations are healthy.
2. Fraud in stealing tax payer funds to provide free medical treatment to illegal aliens. Medical/Dentical is a California division of Medicaid, a federal program which was supposed to provide care for U.S. citizens only.
3. Fraud in claiming that criminal records of illegal aliens were checked, when they were not checked and exposing the plaintiff and others similarly situated to the threat of crime and terrorism.
Allegations of negligence include lack of education and training of government officials who were selected and hired by Obama, leading to the spread of infectious diseases:
1. Defendant, Obama, was negligent in appointing defendant Burwell with zero medical background and training to the position of the Secretary of Health and Human Services.
2. Defendant Burwell was negligent in appointing Teresa Brooks to the position of a supervisor, even though Brooks is not a doctor or a nurse, and her only connection to medicine is past work as a lab tech in the army.
3. Health releases to illegal aliens prior to release and transportation are given by border patrol agents who have no medical background based on August 27, 2014 sworn testimony in this case by Kevin Oaks, Chief, Rio Grande Valley Sector, Border Patrol, U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
4. Negligence in not keeping documentation on half of the illegal aliens trafficked and released by the defendants.
5. Negligence in not collecting bail from guarantors prior to release.
6. Negligence in not checking criminal record and identity in the countries of origin prior to release.
7. Negligence in not securing the U.S.-Mexican border and allowing a flood of illegal aliens through the wide open border.
In addition to current and future damages, the following relief is requested:
1. Stay of transportation of illegal aliens by the defendants from Texas/Mexican border to elsewhere in the country due to spread of infectious diseases, crime and terrorism and until aforementioned illegal aliens undergo quarantine, background check and legal status determination.
2. Two months quarantine of all illegal aliens, who are apprehended at the border, until there is a medical release from a licensed medical doctor stating that these illegal aliens do not carry any infectious diseases; until there is verification of their identity and criminal history from the countries of origin and an order from a federal district judge, a magistrate or an immigration judge that these illegal aliens are entitled to legally reside in the U.S.
3. Declaratory relief deeming DACA to be unconstitutional and an injunctive relief enjoining any and all actions and policies stemming from DACA.
4. An order of a 21 day quarantine for all individuals, who are legally or illegally arriving to the U.S., after visiting countries with deadly Ebola epidemic or alternatively a Writ of Mandamus ordering defendants to suspend all flights to countries with known Ebola cases.
The amended complaint for Taitz v. Johnson can be viewed at Taitz v Johnson seeking to stop trafficking of illegal aliens by Obama administration and stop the spread of infectious diseases, crime and terrorism.
A reply from the defendants is due by October 3, 2014.
Taitz’ immigration case is scheduled for an injunction hearing in Brownsville, Texas, U.S. District Court, on October 29, 2014, at 10:00 a.m.
Unfortunately, contagious diseases continue to spread throughout the U.S. Recent reports about a ‘mysterious illness’ which has been spreading across the country now describe ‘paralysis’ as a symptom of the contagious illness, Illness causing paralysis in Colo. kids still a mystery.
While Americans are concerned about border security and ISIS threats, news reports regarding the recent beheading in Oklahoma are now linking it to another group, Al Qaeda, REPORT: Oklahoma Beheader Linked to Al Qaeda leader.
Governor Rick Perry has stated that Obama needs to address the Oklahoma beheading to determine whether it is terrorism or not; however, it is being called ‘workplace violence.’ Meanwhile, another report tells us that Obama played golf this weekend, Ignoring the beheading in Oklahoma, Obama goes golfing with ESPN hack Tony Kornheiser
Must American citizens increasingly look to private attorneys for ‘hope’ . . . . hope of ever viewing any government documents, hope of government officials following U.S. laws, hope of protecting national security or hope of stopping the current spreading of infectious diseases throughout the country?
For the past several years, attorneys who questioned the Obama Administration or filed challenges in court were ridiculed or insulted . . . the object of jokes and ‘name calling.’
But who’s laughing now?