The Sideshow at the DOJ

The Department of Justice is now pulling out all the stops to hire “attorneys and staff who are dwarfs or who have ‘psychiatric disabilities’ or ‘severe intellectual disabilities.’” This includes people with schizophrenia.

Step right up, folks! We have here behind these mysterious walls curiosities to amaze and astound. See the lawyer with anger issues who’ll scream at the court like Sam Kinison and then put a take-down move on the bailiff. See the attorney who’ll sue on your behalf because American Airlines didn’t hire your legally blind self as a jumbo-jet pilot, and then become the judge when in court and rule in your favor. See the voting-rights attorney who can divine guilt or innocence based solely on skin color! It’s all here for a measly $28.2 billion a year.

What this is all about is a story right out of the You Just Can’t Make This Stuff Up file. The Department of Justice is now pulling out all the stops to hire, writes PJ Tatler, “attorneys and staff who are dwarfs or who have ‘psychiatric disabilities’ or ‘severe intellectual disabilities.’” This includes people with schizophrenia (as if the liberalism afflicting DOJ employees isn’t enough mental disorder for one person). Welcome to One Flew Over the Shyster’s Nest.

And there’s more. These “targeted disability” hires can “self-identify” their disability. Moreover, they won’t have to compete with other civil-service applicants, but, rather, can be hired before a position is advertised or prior to its closing date, and they also can receive a special dispensation from the requirement that new DOJ attorneys have a year of practicing law under their belt. Heck, it’s even rumored that these quota hires won’t have to know there are 50 states, how to spell Ohio, how to pronounce “corpsman” or what state or century you’re in when giving a speech. (Okay, that last line was a joke. With a story this ridiculous, people may confuse fact with fiction unless that’s pointed out.)

What’s responsible for a policy so unfathomable? Some may figure it’ll allow the matching of Attorney General Eric Holder with the right employee so the DOJ can finally have a complete idiot. Perhaps, though, Holder is merely using a variation on a technique Rodney Dangerfield articulated in “Back to School.” To wit: if you want to look thin, surround yourself with fat people. No chance of being outshone by your psyche-ward underlings, huh, Eric the Red?

Anyway, Holder is fit to be the top dog in his asylum. I mean, he’s not disabled—he’s differently abled! Who else can play a voting-rights shell game where states get sued for requiring voter I.D., menacing Black Panthers get off for intimidating voters, and residents of a New York town get six votes each so as to increase minority representation? Watch the cups now! Where’s the fairness? Nope, wrong again! So now you stand over there with the military—no vote for you!

This policy is a modern-college try at bringing radical egalitarianism to full flower, and it’s a good example of why I’ve often said that those advocating such things have equality on the brain. Yet this is predicated on the assumption that gray matter is extant at the DOJ. This notion is thrown into question for many reasons, not the least of which is that the DOJ sideshow barkers omitted from their list the tattooed, live-animal-eating geek, the bearded lady and the microcephalic. Although, the DOJ certainly does seem to have an abundance of pinheads.

If you’re wondering about my tone, no, I don’t really think this is a joke. It’s just a situation where if you don’t laugh, you’ll cry. And all I can say is, beam me up, Scotty. You may be going where no man has gone before, but it can’t possibly be any weirder than this place is becoming.

Print Friendly

1 comment to The Sideshow at the DOJ

  • sedonaman

    Re: “This policy is a modern-college try at bringing radical egalitarianism to full flower …”

    I disagree. For liberals, there is no finish line. First came “equal employment opportunity”. When that didn’t produce “enough” qualified applicants, it morphed into “affirmative action” [actively seeking qualified applicants]. When AA failed, it morphed into lowering standards by giving extra points for the correct “life experiences”. Who knows what it will morph into next, but rest assured it will.

Leave a Reply

The politically motivated, wrongful prosecution of Rick Renzi

New AG Sessions and Congress Must Investigate DOJ Corruption in the Case of Rep. Rick Renzi
Rick Renzi Puts Together Top Legal Team to Appeal Hidden Evidence of FBI Agent's Corruption
Judge Unbelievably Refuses to Grant a Retrial for Former Rep. Renzi Despite Finding Rampant Prosecutorial Wrongdoing
Bombshell: New Evidence Reveals Prosecutor Corruption in Trial Against Former Congressman Rick Renzi
Time For a Congressional Investigation: Shattering New Developments of Corruption in Rep. Renzi Trial
Judge Unravels Illegal Activity by Prosecution That Ensured a Conviction of Renzi — But Will he do Anything About it?
Former Congressman Renzi Deserves a New Trial
SCOTUS Turns Down Former Rep. Rick Renzi’s Appeal of Legal Assault

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner