Banks Are Too Big to Prosecute, That’s Why Eric Holder Is Headed Back to Work for Them

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Remember back when Eric Holder was the Attorney General and he said that some banks are simply just too big to jail? You remember, during his 2013 testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee when he said:

“I am concerned that the size of some of these institutions becomes so large that it does become difficult for us to prosecute them when we are hit with indications that if we do prosecute — if we do bring a criminal charge — it will have a negative impact on the national economy, perhaps even the world economy.”

How about that time when FOR SIX YEARS as the head of the Justice Department he didn’t really prosecute the big banks?

Well now, in a super sold-my-soul-to-Satan-a-long-time-ago move, Holder is returning to the corporate law firm Covington & Burling whose clients include JUST THOSE BIG BANKS.

Banks like JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Citigroup, and Bank of America.

Apparently these institutions are too big for Holder to prosecute… but not too big for Holder to represent on the other side of the aisle after he walks through the revolving door that is our government the megacorporations running it.

“[Holder] allowed bankers to escape prosecution. And now he’s going right back to that firm, where he’s going to enjoy a very lucrative partnership, whether he ever works again, you know, for the rest of his life.” (source)

“Unethical” doesn’t begin to cover it. How does this man look at himself in the mirror every morning?

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  • arahn

    Yet, this man who should be in prison has no problem with imprisoning us for non-crimes such as weed (if there is NO victim there is NO crime).

    • Reverend Draco

      There are only 2 crimes.
      Agressing against a person.
      Aggressing against their property.

      Nothing else can rightfully or righteously be called a crime.

      • That must be why they call them crimes against a person and crimes against property, huh?:-) Vice departments should be abolished and their personnel sent out to sweep the streets for their altruistic acts.

        • sunshine

          I don’t know about that. I always liked “freedom” but there are some things we shouldn’t legalize. Maybe in a homogenous, high trust society, but in our multicult cesspool, I think it would only make things worse.

    • It has to be a complaining victim or else they can make up a victim. There is a single justifiable exception, where the victim can’t complain, such as in murder.

  • I hope he’s the next jumper.

    • SKIP

      Getting thrown or pushed would be acceptable though!

      • I’d do it without hesitation!

        • Whatcha waiting for, then?

          • Go get him and stick him on a roof for me!

          • Why would I go to the trouble of protecting him for you? Deliver him into the right crowd and there’d be nothing left to stick on the roof! Think of a D&E on an adult, and very just.

          • You asked me what I was waiting for, I told you I have no access. I just said I’d do it because I will without a second thought. That scenario would be similar to Gaddafi’s I would imagine.

    • The watcher
  • Standard operating procedure for all these despicable villains on every level of government!
    They must all be removed from power!

    • Guillotine_ready

      Removed in a fashion that also sends a message to any with similar ideas in the future

  • Gearmoe

    Holder is out for himself. A two-bit political puppet. He’s a poster for the stereotypical talking-head.

  • The watcher

    The Mask Comes Off

  • mirageseekr

    Hmm…What would they call another country that does this? Oh yes…Banana Republic.

    • sunshine

      But they tell us we’re so free! Don’t you feel free, citizen??

      • mirageseekr

        It should be changed to “land of the brainwashed”.

  • Nexusfast123

    Maybe too big to prosecute but getting to a point where their size makes them candidates for spectacular financial failure.

  • Frank Energy

    He got his now whitey!

  • SKIP

    I rather thought he would go to IMF or World Bank where he could do more harm or maybe ((((gasp)))) the next HNIC appointee to SCOTUS which I still consider a possibility.

  • Bubba T

    Maybe we’ll get lucky and he’ll get car jacked and Dante won’t recognize him and think he’s white.

  • ccambridge

    I guess if he’s not doing pornos with that mustache banks are the next best thing.