The PointBy Daniel Greenfield

Eric Holder: "I Never Call Him the President”

As the former Attorney General’s pal, Al Sharpton said, “But resist we much. We must, and we will much- about that- be committed.”

Eric Holder is committed. Resist much he must.

Former Attorney General Eric Holder thinks President Donald Trump‘s MAGA slogan “is rooted in fear.”

“Every time I hear that phrase I wonder when exactly do they have in mind?… What decade? What year?” Holder, who served in the Obama administration, said.

He added: “Certainly it was not when people were enslaved. Certainly, it was not when segregation was the law of the land. Certainly, it was not when women were disenfranchised. Certainly, it was not when the LGBT community was routinely stigmatized.”

Was it when Holder’s black nationalist heroes were killing police officers and robbing banks?

Was it when his administration was shipping a fortune to Islamic terrorists, not to mention stolen Jewish religious artifacts?

Was it when his community relations thugs were staging race riots and investigating insults to Obama?

Was it when a Christian Arab was locked up for making a YouTube video offending Muslims?

Then he said this about the midterms: “On Nov. 6 we have the opportunity to send a message to the present occupant of the White House — I never call him the President.”

Remember when saying that sort of thing meant you were racist. Now it’s just the new normal.

So now that Holder has made it clear that he rejects the results of the election, when will the Democrats correct him about democratic norms? Or is that only meant to apply to Republicans?