You may recall that back in 2009 when Eric Holder was the Attorney General, he called the terrorist shooting at Fort Hood “workplace violence.”
He is in no position to criticize President Trump’s response to what happened in Charlottesville, but that’s just what he did. He got owned for it on Twitter, too.
Check out these tweets, via Twitchy:
Here’s what Holder said:
If ISIS rammed a car into a crowd this would be labeled quickly & logically. Charlottesville – call it what it is, domestic terrorism.
— Eric Holder (@EricHolder) August 13, 2017
Here are the responses he got:
Maybe you should sit this one out, Mr. Workplace Violencehttps://t.co/rpmKr9MVeA
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) August 13, 2017
Seriously. It’s not like some guy shot up a military base and people tried to call it “workplace violence.”
Oh, wait…. https://t.co/Os66O7ydXW
— Jay Caruso (@JayCaruso) August 13, 2017
You were AG in an administration that called the terror attack at Ft. Hood a case of "work place violence".
You should probably shut up. https://t.co/LrfhhbxozV
— Drew McCoy (@_Drew_McCoy_) August 13, 2017
Fort Hood. Boston. San Bernardino. Orlando. Not once did your administration quickly say domestic terrorism
Empty suit. A cheap one at that https://t.co/ShVVvuCUKL
— DeplorableDonSurber (@donsurber) August 13, 2017
"Workplace Violence" when soldiers were murdered.. Sit this one out dip💩 https://t.co/eHTuccsq1k
— Literally Not A Nazi (@Mellecon) August 13, 2017
And don’t forget Ferguson:
You labeled the Ferguson PD racists in the death of Brown and then very quietly released a report exonerating the officer in his death.
— BayAreaFrau (@bayareahausfrau) August 13, 2017
You and Obumbles:
1. Silent on Baltimore
2. Hyped Ferguson
3. Workplace violence/Ft. Hood
GFY, pandering fraudhttps://t.co/qUU3olvUdW
— Acosta's Tantrum™😭 (@EF517_V2) August 13, 2017
Really, Mr. Holder.
Why don’t you look at yourself before you criticize others?