Eric Holder Has No Idea


Published on May 15, 2013 by WashingtonFreeBeacon

Attorney General Eric Holder testified before the House Judiciary Committee Wednesday, and he didn’t know, wasn’t sure of, or simply couldn’t remember a lot of information.

23 thoughts on “Eric Holder Has No Idea

  1. Sounds like Alzheimers to me, needs to be proven incompetent and put into an assisted living facility. iho 🙂

  2. ” I don’t know when I’ll know all to be known about what I don’t know. I’ll let you know when I know more about what I don’t know. After all is known, I’ll let you know. Until then, I know it’ll be known when I find out what I should have known. You all know I’ll let it be known when I know!” Damn, I should write political speeches. 🙂

    1. How can you know what I know when I don’t know, what I know, knowing, I don’t know?
      I mean, I know, you know, I don’t know ya know?

      Oops!, sorry Millard supposed to go under my post……….

  3. LOL. The expressions on the faces of the questioning House Judiciary Committee members are hilarious as they are practically spoon-fed Chicago-style horsesh*t. (Want some horseradish with that?) Notice the guy sitting behind Holder on Holder’s left – even he can’t keep a straight face at 0:50.

    As the doddering Holder already has a severe memory problem, I say we send him to an old-style sanitarium where he can be administered a series of old-style electroconvulsive shocks. Then at least he won’t have to lie and really won’t remember.

  4. unbelieveable and all this babbling from the attorney general.how comforting to know we have professionals such as him watching out for our best interests…lord help us all.reminds me of something from the three stooges.

  5. Yeah Enbe and John, that Eric Holder is quite a piece of work. He sounded like he was at an audition for Monty Python’s Flying Circus with his blatant absurdity. It would have been really hilarious if it wasn’t so tragic, considering he is the Attorney General.

  6. Wouldn’t it be great if there were 9 non-government American nationals who were interrogating Holder while he was handcuffed to the ground and every time he answered their questions by saying, “I don’t know” or “I simply do not have that answer”, they could start beating the shit out of him with a baton and say, “STOP RESISTING! STOP RESISTING!”.

    Now that would be great! I’d pay to see that one. lol

          1. Um I don’t know, I mean I don’t know. I know I don’t know what I know that I don’t know. That’s all I know heheh!

      1. LOL. I will never think of TOEs in the same way. Okay, if it’s to be TOEs (before the baton work, please), then it should be done until there’s just a little bit of smoke rising from the ears and the hair is lightly crispy!

  7. Looks like it #1 hehe!
    So ya wanna talk about cilantro, an herb I won’t ever grow? hehehe!
    It does seem like there aren’t many night people on.
    I always thought since I was a nocturnal person, if the world wanted to be pc and not discriminate against others, that we need to have 24 hair salons and everything else. Ever think about night people? lol

    1. Just BS’n ya 🙂
      Not about the cilantro tho hehe!
      Have a Good Night #1 and even better FriDay!
      To all a good night 🙂

    2. I’ve always been a night person, RT. Even better when it’s foggy out. I love the fog. 🙂

      1. Ahhhh! fog 🙂
        Yeah love the fog!
        Yeah, a night person but don’t go the pc way.
        Just wondering, I have a theory. Do you know what time you were born?

  8. Well, this should make Rumsfeld happy, he limited himself to : “There are known knowns. These are things we know that we know. There are known unknowns. That is to say, there are things that we know we don’t know. But there are also unknown unknowns. There are things we don’t know we don’t know.” Now Holder just completed the set of permutations with “unknown knows”: things he doesn’t know he knows.

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