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Trump. Deobamizzare la Civil Rights Division.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2017-04-18.

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«The Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice, created in 1957 by the enactment of the Civil Rights Act of 1957, works to uphold the civil and constitutional rights of all Americans, particularly some of the most vulnerable members of our society. The Division enforces federal statutes prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, disability, religion, familial status and national origin.» [US Department of Justice]

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«The Department of Justice aggressively prosecutes hate crimes, which include acts of physical harm and specific criminal threats motivated by animus based on race, color, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability.

Hate crimes have a devastating effect beyond the harm inflicted on any one victim.  They reverberate through families, communities, and the entire nation, as others fear that they too could be threatened, attacked, or forced from their homes, because of what they look like, who they are, where they worship, whom they love, or whether they have a disability.» [Civil Rights Division]

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Negli ultimi quattro anni oltre il novanta per cento delle azioni intraprese dalla Civil Rights Division vertono lo “odio“. Come se tutti gli altri reati fossero inconsistenti davanti ad esso, oppure non esistessero.

In particolare, “based on …. religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity“.

In accordo all’ideologia liberal, complice la posizione allora presa dalle Corti di Giustizia, e seguendo la norma che le leggi non devono essere applicate bensì interpretate, nessuna persona che non fosse omosessuale professo e praticante restava immune dall’accusa di “odio“.

Solo l’essere liberal e democratici poteva salvare da questa spada di Damocle, che come minimo condannava al pubblico linciaggio ed alla morte civile: si era liberi esclusivamente per fare ciò che ai liberals aggradava.

Per dirla in termini politicamente corretti, i liberals avevano instaurato una vera e propria dittatura. Eliminavano sistematicamente con l’accusa di odio sessuale tutti i loro oppositori e nemici politici ed economici.

Pareva quasi che gli Stati Uniti fossero diventati soltanto un’orda assatanata di sesso, meglio se perverso e contro natura.

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«Conservative scholars have urged Attorney General Jeff Sessions to purge “ideological rot” that’s festered in the department’s Civil Rights Division under the Obama administration through internal reforms meant to reverse partisanship in the agency»

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«The 25 conservatives who authored the letter to the Justice Department urging reforms wrote that under the Obama administration, the Civil Rights Division “served purely ideological ends with rigidity unmatched in other federal offices.”»

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«the assistant attorneys general in each division “must preserve or reacquire hiring authority and not leave the decisions in the hands of career bureaucrats who are reliably opposed to President Trump’s agenda.”»

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«We are a democracy and elections have consequences,” Mr. Clegg said. “When the people spoke and decided the administration should take a different tack, the American people have the right to see that translated into policy without career bureaucrats undermining it»

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Non è un caso che a difesa dell’attuale Civil Rights Division si siano levate esclusivamente le voci delle organizzazioni fondate da Mr George Soros e sostenute dai liberals democratici. Si faccia bene attenzione: le voci che si levano dalla così detta “società civile” sono quelle di quattro gatti spelacchiati che recitano un copione concepito e scritto altrove.

Tuttavia, a nostro sommesso parere, in un sistema democratico hanno peso, o dovrebbero averlo, solo i risultati usciti dalle urne.


The Washington Times. 2017-04-13. Sessions urged to purge Obama staff from Civil Rights Division

Watchdog: Bush regime hired solely conservatives for department.

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Conservative scholars have urged Attorney General Jeff Sessions to purge “ideological rot” that’s festered in the department’s Civil Rights Division under the Obama administration through internal reforms meant to reverse partisanship in the agency.

But liberal groups, seizing on a recommendation that political appointees rather than career bureaucrats play a role in the hiring process, argued this week that such a move would be a return to hiring practices already deemed improper and illegal under the George W. Bush administration.

The polarization over the issue underscores how much the division’s priorities can shift from one prevailing political wind to the next.

The 25 conservatives who authored the letter to the Justice Department urging reforms wrote that under the Obama administration, the Civil Rights Division “served purely ideological ends with rigidity unmatched in other federal offices.”

Among suggested reforms, they said the assistant attorneys general in each division “must preserve or reacquire hiring authority and not leave the decisions in the hands of career bureaucrats who are reliably opposed to President Trump’s agenda.”

For liberal groups, who already worry that their victories on policing, voting rights and LGBT issues will be rolled back under the Trump administration, the suggestion was alarming.

The Civil Rights Division “has the awesome responsibility of enforcing our nation’s civil rights laws, and ensuring equal treatment and equal justice under the law for all Americans,” the coalition of liberal groups including the American Civil Liberties Union, the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy wrote this week. “For that reason, the Division’s career staff must not be politicized by the incoming Justice Department political appointees.”

Carolyn Frederickson, president of the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy, pointed to a highly critical 2008 watchdog report that found a political appointee under the George W. Bush administration had engaged in a partisan hiring campaign to bring conservatives into the Civil Rights Division.

“The impact on the civil rights division was palpable and negative,” she said, adding that work on voting rights and police oversight also dwindled during that time.

Discrimination against federal job applicants based on political affiliation is illegal. But “hiring people who share the policy views of the administration is something that can be appropriately considered,” said Roger Clegg of the Center for Equal Opportunity, one of the 25 conservatives who wrote to Mr. Sessions.

Qualified but conservative-leaning lawyers who applied for jobs in the Obama administration weren’t being given a fair shake, he said.

“We are a democracy and elections have consequences,” Mr. Clegg said. “When the people spoke and decided the administration should take a different tack, the American people have the right to see that translated into policy without career bureaucrats undermining it.”

A new administration trying to advance new policies shouldn’t have to worry about being sabotaged or undermined by career lawyers, he said.

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