Posted by: Ann Corcoran | November 29, 2011

Asst. Attorney General Thomas Perez in Alabama again searching and searching and searching….

…..for any proof that those Alabamans are racists.

Perez, as longtime readers know, is a former CASA de Maryland board member and Maryland’s official gift to Obama (and Eric Holder, of course).

He has now set up a hotline so that abused illegal immigrants can call in complaints to his department.  Maybe it would be fun to call in in support of Alabama!  LOL! I bet many of the thousand calls and e-mails already received were from folks telling Perez/Holder and Obama to get off the backs of states, like Alabama, that are just trying to get their own illegal alien problems under control.

From the Birmingham News:

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama — U.S. Justice Department officials from Washington, D.C., are back in Birmingham today for meetings with business and community leaders as they continue to look for possible civil rights violations related to enforcement of Alabama’s new immigration law that targets illegal immigrants.

Tom Perez, assistant attorney general of the civil rights division of the U.S. Justice Department, said at a press briefing that the department has had more than a thousand calls and emails to the hotline and email address the department set up to receive reports of problems immigrants illegally in the United States may be experiencing.

The hot line is 1-855-353-1010 or a web site to report problems is  Hb56@usdoj.gov.

Meetings with business leaders and others in Birmingham were, in typical Obama transparency fashion, closed to the public!

By the way, I wonder if Perez’s lust to get Alabama has anything to do with the fact that Senator Jeff Sessions (of Alabama) attempted to hold up Perez’s nomination for the Justice Department citing his advocacy position with CASA de Maryland as one reason he would not mete out justice fairly.


Responses

  1. “Maybe it would be fun to call in in support of Alabama!”

    ***********
    I have already done so. The person answering the phone was very polite, wrote down my comments and asked for my name & address. (So if DoJ SWAT Team snatches me up in the middle of the night, you’ll know why.)

    • LOL! But, how will we know it was the SWAT team that offed you? Leave the initials TP somewhere as they drag you out…

  2. How sad has our country become when our justice department has to advertise for inequities of the law? If Perez truely is interested in inequitiy of the law, he need do nothing more than look in the mirror.

    The power bestowed upon the federal government was granted by the several states, I think it is time for the several states to re-claim that power.

  3. Hey Paul,
    Why did you give them your name and address, I’ll bet its not required for the complainees?

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