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HOLDING HOLDER: Why a Contempt Charge Is Legally Justified
With the kind of smug arrogance that has come to be expected from the Obama administration, the White House has outwardly classified the House’s upcoming contempt-charge vote against Attorney General Eric Holder as “ridiculous.”
But, if you ask Constitutionalist attorney Gary Kreep, President of the United States Justice Foundation (USJF), it would make sense that the charge over the Fast & Furious scandal is not only legally justified. One could make the argument that it’s obligatory.
It’s simple, says Kreep, “Attorney General Holder is breaking the law by covering up his role in the death of border patrol agent, Brian Terry. And he is breaking the law by claiming that ‘executive privilege’ allows him to ignore Congress’ investigation.”
But then, in a week when virtually every high-profile issue in the news, from immigration to ObamaCare, revolves around Obama’s propensity for violating the Constitution, why should Fast & Furious be any different?
“…most of all,” adds Kreep, “(Holder) is desperately covering up Barack Hussein Obama’s role in the entire ‘Fast and Furious’ fiasco. Both Mr. Holder and the White House are terrified of what might come out. (Obama’s use of executive privilege in this instance is) patently illegal...”
As a guest on your show, Mr. Kreep can hold every White House move in this episode under the lens of the Constitution to demonstrate precisely why these actions are illegal. Plus, he can project how the law might unfold following Thursday’s vote, whichever way it might go.
While Kreep’s USJF organization is proactively urging voters to pressure their Congressmen to hold Holder in contempt, some surprising figures on the Hill are already coming out to say they intend to do just that (see the link below).
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ABOUT YOUR GUEST, GARY KREEP:
A 1972 graduate of the University of California at San Diego with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics, Mr. Kreep graduated from the University of San Diego School of Law in 1975 with a Juris Doctor. He passed the California State Bar Examination on his first try, and started practicing law in 1975.
He has been in private practice since that time, both as a sole practitioner and as the sole owner of a small law firm, employing as many as three attorneys and ten staff members. Mr. Kreep co-founded the UNITED STATES JUSTICE FOUNDATION (USJF) in 1979 with two other California attorneys. Since that time, he has served as the President and Executive Director of USJF.
In 1992, Mr. Kreep reduced his private practice to part-time status to work full-time for USJF. USJF is a nationwide, nonprofit, conservative, legal action foundation. Mr. Kreep co-founded the JUSTICE POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE (JPAC) in 1985 with two other conservative activists. He has served as President of JPAC since then. JPAC is a federal political action committee registered with the Federal Election Commission.
Mr. Kreep co-founded the CALIFORNIA JUSTICE POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE (CALJPAC) in 1996 with two other conservative activists.
Mr. Kreep currently serves as General Counsel to the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, an unpaid position.
Political/Civic: Mr. Kreep served on the California Delegations to the 1976 and 1980 Republican National Conventions. He has been a member of a number of Republican organizations, including several California Republican Assembly Chapters. Mr. Kreep also served as appointed General Counsel to Region 16 of the Young Republican National Federation, and elected General Counsel to the California Young Republicans.
Mr. Kreep served for one year on the San Diego County, California PUBLIC WELFARE ADVISORY BOARD (PWAB). PWAB is an advisory board to the San Diego County Board of Supervisors concerning the San Diego County Department of Social Services. Mr. Kreep served for two years on the SAN DIEGO HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION (HRC). HRC is an advisory board to the San Diego City Council, charged with the task of enforcing the San Diego City non-discrimination ordinances, including its gay rights ordinance.
Mr. Kreep was a member from 1969 until 1984 of YOUNG AMERICANS FOR FREEDOM (YAF). He served as San Diego County Chairman, California State Vice-Chairman, California State Chairman, and a Member of the National Board of Directors of YAF. Mr. Kreep served in the BIG BROTHER Program for four years.
Legal: Mr. Kreep is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, the United States Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the United States Federal Court for the Eastern District of California, the United States Federal Court for the Northern District of California, the United States Federal Court for the Central District of California, the United States Federal Court for the Southern District of California, and all state courts in California. He is also admitted to the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit and for the Sixth Circuit.
Published Articles/Radio and Television Appearances: Mr. Kreep has written a number of articles published by a variety of newspapers and other publications. This includes the San Diego Union Tribune, the Escondido Times Advocate, the North County Times, the Christian American, the Arizona Star, Media Bypass, and many more. Mr. Kreep regularly appears on a variety of radio and television programs. These include radio programs such as the ROGER HEDGECOCK SHOW, the WEISSBACH SHOW, ISSUES IN EDUCATION, the MASON WEAVER SHOW, the BOB NOONAN SHOW, the DUFFY SHOW, and the MICHAEL LAW SHOW.
Mr. Kreep regularly speaks at conferences. These include the annual CONSERVATIVE POLITICAL ACTION CONFERENCE (CPAC), the annual CONSTITUTIONAL COALITION CONVENTION, and the annual CHRISTIAN COALITION CONVENTION.
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