Human Rights First Group Parodies Anti-Holder Ad
By Ryan J. Reilly | January 29, 2022 3:40 pm

On the heels of an ad critical of the Justice Department and Attorney General Eric Holder put out by a group led by Liz Cheney, former Vice President Dick Cheney’s daughter, a human rights group is hitting back with a parody video that accuses Cheney’s group of using scare tactics.

Human Rights First goes after Keep America Safe, the group led by Cheney in a new video, “Keep America Afraid,” embedded below.

Meanwhile, the Justice Department is using new media tools to argue in favor of using the criminal justice system to prosecute terrorists.

“As a counter-terrorism tool, the criminal justice system has proven incredibly effective in both incapacitating terrorists and gathering valuable intelligence from and about terrorists,” writes Tracy Russo on the DOJ blog. “In every instance, the administration will use the tool that is most effective for fighting terrorism, and will make those decisions based on pragmatism, not ideology.”

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