Video: D’Souza Says Obama, Holder, and Sharpton Thwart Police Inquiry

“There’s a kind of a triangular alliance between the activists on the street, the Justice Department and the guy in the White House.”

Conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza says the entrance of President Barack Obama, Attorney General Eric Holder, and the Rev. Al Sharpton into case of the fatal shooting of a black teen by a white cop in Missouri is whipping up unrest and may keep justice from being done.

“This is a serious issue because here you have Obama, you have Holder, and you have Al Sharpton. Now, can a cop acting under the exigencies of his job expect justice if those three guys were deciding the outcome?” D’Souza asked Thursday on The Steve Malzberg Show on Newsmax TV.

“It seems really clear that they are fostering an atmosphere in Ferguson that basically goes, ‘let’s declare that this guy is probably guilty and let’s see what we can do to put him up against the wall.’”

“The idea that he would get impartial justice is becoming highly questionable…. I’m saying it’s kind of a scary triangle because all those three guys have different jobs, but they’re working in a certain kind of a concert and what all three of them are doing is working up the mob.”

D’Souza fears that Obama, Holder, and Sharpton are “responding in a way not to the objective demands of justice, but to the fever pitch of agitators who are out there.


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