Today it was announced that a federal judge has rejected a plea from Obama's Department of Justice to delay the release of a listing of Operation Fast and Furious documents currently protected by a presidential executive order. DOJ's request to delay until November 3 - just ahead of the 2014 elections - was pointedly denied:
The ruling by U.S. District Court Judge John D. Bates denied a motion by the Obama DOJ that it be given until over an extra month, until November 3, to produce the Vaughn index. Judge Bates noted that the Justice Department’s request showed the Justice Department was, “at best, it means the Department has been slow to react to this Court’s previous [July 18, 2014] Order. At worst, it means the Department has ignored that Order until now.”
Likewise, it was announced today that the most racist and corrupt Attorney General in the history of the country, Eric Holder, has resigned, although he'll remain at the post until the availability of the current head of the New Black Panthers as a replacement is ascertained. It's worth noting that his refusal to cooperate with Congress in this matter is precisely what led to Holder being held in contempt.
And it's worth recalling that one of Holder's first acts as AG was to drop an all-but-won voter intimidation case against New Black Panthers.
Two big announcements on the same day. What're the odds?