In his book "Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department," former department Voting Section attorney J. Christian Adams describes the Civil Rights Division under Mr. Holder as "a soap opera, within a cabal, surrounded by a racialist culture of dysfunction."
"Every Borg unit can see what all the other units see," Mr. Adams writes. "They share data and react in unison. Similarly, the data feeding the central Catalist database is coming from a wide swath of sources. Public records, pollsters, campaigns, nonprofits, activist groups, unions, parties, commercial data. For example, when an environmental group does neighborhood door-knocking for cash, the results of those contacts are fed into Catalist."