"There have been all kinds of accusations, but I haven’t seen anything that would prevent him from doing his job,” Schumer said. “Obviously if there’s wrongdoing we should find out who did it, but the president has confidence in Holder and I believe he’s going to stay.”
“I don’t think there’s perjury,” Schumer said. “I don’t think any good criminal lawyer would say there’s a scintilla of evidence of perjury.
Of course not! No shred of evidence....except for the signature on the warrant. Aside from that, no evidence exists whatsoever. And, of course, no good criminal lawyers say there is any evidence either. Especially any lawyer who ever thought about being a judge or running for office as a Democrat one day. Nudge Nudge. Wink Wink. Say No More!
The sickness of progressivism is that there's never a moment where they rightfully purge their ranks. The progressive feels neither guilt nor shame. Thus, they can't state basic facts like, "I disagree with what Lois Lerner did, and whoever told her to do it."
Admitting the truth is shunned by progressivism. If a progressive should dare even try (see: Juan Williams) they are in danger of losing their place in the collective. Instead, we get defenders who swoop in to make sure no damage is done. They don't look to move away from the obviously disgusting and criminal, they move to console it or find political advantage in it.
The truth is their bottom. And they will do anything not to reach it.