Similarities between our political parties 'over here' and theirs 'over there' should never be pursued too closely but, even so, just a quick glance at the shambles of the Latter-day Comrades running the Labour party and the 'hissy-spitty' community (dis)organisers running the (non)Democratic Party and one cannot help but make comparisons.
I will not waste your time dwelling on the Labour party as it swirls down the plughole of history but the 'Dems' deserve a little consideration not least because, being American, their capacity for violence is never far from the surface. The fact that they have just voted in a lawyer to head their national committee does not indicate that they will remain law-abiding, for there is no group so adept at law-breaking than lawyers, particularly Left-wing lawyers, and they don't come much more Left-wing than Mr. Tom Perez.
He was an Obama 'heavy' who used his weight inside the Dept. of (non)Justice in order to bend the rules and further his, and his Leader's, Left-wing policies. According to John Fund at the NRO:
“After nearly a decade as a powerful federal bureaucrat, Tom Perez will finally be able to be out in the open about using the law to help Democrats,” Christian Adams, a former career Department of Justice lawyer who worked for Perez and now runs the conservative Public Interest Legal Foundation, told me. “At Justice, he used the law to help Democrats win elections. Now he can finally be honest about his agenda.” Adams was one of several critics at Justice who observed just how political and biased Perez could be as he headed the Civil Rights Division at the DOJ from 2009 to 2013. In July 2012, a federal district-court judge concluded that the DOJ’s own documents in the New Black Panther Party case “appeared to contradict” the sworn testimony of Perez before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights."
So, a lawyer and a liar - why am I not surprised?!
"Perez’s entire tenure at Justice was controversial and politicized. In 2013, Justice’s inspector general, an Obama appointee [my emphasis], issued a stinging 256-page report slamming Perez’s unit for “deep ideological polarization” and a “disappointing lack of professionalism.”
Out of 113 professional lawyers recruited for the (so called) Civil Rights Division, and not counting the political appointees, not one of them showed that they had ever worked on behalf of a conservative organisation.
In the unlikely circumstances that Mr. Jeff Sessions, the new Attorney General under President Trump, has no orders from above to follow and is therefore confused as to his priorities, then I suggest that he enters, or rather, kicks the door down, to the offices of the Civil Rights Division in the Dept. of (non)Justice with an exceedingly large axe in his hands!
Meanwhile, we can all sit back and watch Comrade Perez 'do a Corbyn', as we call it 'over here'. This highly sophisticated political technique follows roughly the same methodology as that pioneered by the famous Pied Piper of Hamelin when he played his magic flute and led all the kiddie-winkies into the river where they drowned!