Former President Barack Obama gave massive power to a fellow Community Organizer, Eric Holder, made him an Attorney General and continued on with his partner after Obama left office giving Holder great prestige in Organizing for America, Obama’s militant Community Organizing platform, to flip statehouses of legislative bodies from Republicans to Democrat.
Holder and Obama both push the narrative that Progressive grassroots are “bad to the bone” and a powerful American movement to bring about the “positive changes” that they want.
Holder and Obama were supposed to be the “golden boys” of political success, and they delivered less than a first-year college Community Organizer could have given the Democrat party, they were deeply involved in The National Democratic Redistricting Committee, which according to their site,” is the centralized hub for executing a comprehensive redistricting strategy that shifts the redistricting power, creating fair districts where Democrats can compete.”
So what happened to the two Community Organizers, who enjoyed what appeared to be historic popularity and support from American citizens since Obam’s days as a Senator? Why did their plans fail after so recently enjoying undying support from Americans?
Obama, in campaigning for Biden drew tiny little groups of people. It looked very strange.
The failure of the Community Organizers begs the question, was any of that support really real at all?
In his article, Democrats had a decade to consolidate power. They blew their chance,” Reid Wilson wrote:
“Leading up to Election Day, Democrats touted their chances of winning back key seats in Republican-held state legislatures around the country. Recapturing territory in states such as Texas, North Carolina and Pennsylvania could help the party lock in political power for a decade. If Democrats achieved this in enough districts, they could have averted their fate after the 2010 tea party wave.”
Yet Eric Holder appears to be unfazed by his total failure. His plans to Gerrymander fell flat, his promises broken. So much for the Community Organizer Kings, Obama and Holder.
But, Holder says, more is coming… perhaps he just needs another chance?
The brazen Eric Holder, former Attorney General and radical far left Community organizer, was on the mind of numerous election watchers:
Thomas Sowell wrote about Holder in his article, Voter Fraud and Voter I.D. :
“One of the biggest voter frauds may be the idea promoted by Attorney General Eric Holder and others that there is no voter fraud, that laws requiring voters to have a photo identification are just attempts to suppress black voting.
Reporter John Fund has written three books on voter fraud and a recent survey by Old Dominion University indicates that there are more than a million registered voters who are not citizens, and who therefore are not legally entitled to vote.
These were illegal votes for Democrats, which may well be why Eric Holder sees no evil, hears no evil and speaks no evil.
As for race-based “voter suppression,” amid all the political hysteria, how many hard facts have you heard? Probably none that supports that claim. Widely available free photo identification cards mean that poverty is no barrier to voting.
Holder was an unsuccessful leader who attempted to use racism as a foundation for a popular uprising, and he was a total failure in that.
Political commentator Larry Elder doesn’t like Holder’s tactics of using racism to organize people, which was his MO during the Obama years at Attorney General, and has called him out about numerous times over it:
Holder was a major stakeholder with Obama’s radical ideology for the United States, and he was giving massive resources and access. Yet he failed. Is it time yet for the Democrat party to reevaluate the Community Organizing tactics of the left?
Here is an example of Holder’s radical ideas, dressed up as Community Organizing:
In this video from 2018, Holder clearly identifies himself as a Community organizer as the Democrat national redistricting committee. His purpose was to “uplift black voices” and describes his plans for flipping state houses,beginning in Wisconsin.
“We are filing lawsuits in Wisconsin to empower people,” Holder said, talking his tactics to flip statehouses in a number of battleground areas, claiming he would use the power that was created to do so by the popularity of Obama’s presidency.
Wonder why that didn’t work.
Holder’s organizing attempts were a total failure, will they learn to change their tactics? Are the progressives really the most powerful movement in America? What do the 2020 elections tell you?