U.S. Attorney Gen. Eric Holder channeled his inner Tupac when protesters interrupted him during a speech Monday in Atlanta, Ga., at Ebenezer Baptist Church, telling them, “I’m not mad at cha,” CNN reports. He was in town to announce the federal government’s plans to tackle racial profiling.
“There will be a tendency on the part of some to condemn what we just saw, but we should not,” Holder said. “What we saw there was a genuine expression of concern and involvement. And it is through that level of involvement, that level of concern and I hope a level of perseverance and commitment, that change ultimately will come. And so let me be clear, let me be clear, I ain’t mad atcha, all right?”
Demonstrators were escorted out of the church after about 30 seconds and continued to protest outside…
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