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I see that you have had a change of heart Mr. Millhiser. You vigorously defended Eric Holder’s DOJ for their slow-walk and eventual rejection of a special prosecutor to investigate the “Fast & Furious” scandal. Let’s have a walk down memory lane, shall we?

On Nov 3, 2011, you wrote:

“Nothing, however, chills an investigation into a legitimately troubling incident more than an army of witchhunters who care more about embarrassing senior officials than they do about learning the truth.”

On Feb 3, 2012, you wrote:

“A real investigation is necessary to determine how these botched gun stings continued across two presidencies, which is why DOJ’s inspector general is conducting just such an investigation… But there are real costs to the country when people like Issa can turn a very real tragedy into embarrassing and time consuming political theatre.”

On Sep 21, 2012, you wrote:

“…..Holder’s Justice Department is fully capable of examining its own dirty laundry and determining which officials need to be disciplined or removed because they performed their job poorly. Issa’s witchhunt does little more than distract from this important effort.”

On a final and more personal note, I learned that you were one of the dozen or so loathsome liberals who could not control their gleeful twitter fingers after learning that Roger Ailes had passed away. Your cuckhold of Tina Brown’s respectful tweet was shameful. If a man’s character is a measure of his worth, then you are both a prick and a pauper.

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