Eric Holder: We’re Going to Republican States and Bringing Obama with Us (Details)

Democrats are not in a great position at the moment regarding the November midterms.

Liberals are so desperate that former AG Eric Holder says he’s bringing Barack Obama to red states.

From USA Today:

Former president Barack Obama will join a national effort to address redistricting concerns, including traveling to red and swing states to help Democratic candidates campaigning on the issue, his former attorney general said.

“I expect that later this year, you will see him campaign,” Eric Holder said of Obama. “He will be focused on the races that will matter for redistricting. “He has identified this as his chief political activity in his post presidency.”

It would be part of the National Democratic Restricting Committee, a group led by Holder that was set up to address redistricting concerns across the country. The group’s efforts come as Democrats and Republicans battle over the control of Congress and state legislatures in the midterms. Both parties have decried election maps as unconstitutional while simultaneously fighting over who will draw them in the future.

More on Holder, from Daily Wire:

Former Attorney General Eric Holder, the only cabinet member in U.S. history to be held in contempt of Congress, is contemplating a run for the presidency in 2020.

Holder, asked the question of a prospective presidential run by reporters at a media breakfast sponsored by the Christian Science Monitor, responded, “You know, I’ll see. I’m focused on NDRC at this point. I think I’ll make a decision by the end of the year about whether there’s another chapter.”

Holder, who is currently supervising Barack Obama’s National Democratic Redistricting Committee (NDRC), said he plans to canvas the country about changing House district lines in roughly 20 states.

Obama and Holder will be magical for Republicans in 2018.

Holder vs. Trump in 2020? Even better!

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