Attorney General Loretta Lynch has thrown down the gauntlet; free speech is not free if you don’t tow the line. Her target is to prevent ordinary Americans from expressing their opinion. In other words, Lynch is stifling freedom of speech and expression which is guaranteed under the 1st Amendment to the Constitution.
Attorney General Lynch Looks Into Prosecuting ‘Climate Change Deniers’
In news that should shock and anger Americans, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch told the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday that not only has she discussed internally the possibility of pursuing civil actions against so-called “climate change deniers,” but she has “referred it to the FBI to consider whether or not it meets the criteria for which we could take action.”
Previous post warning America on the Loretta Lynch agenda. Please be aware of the Republican Senators that voted for here confirmation; see the list below.
Remember Obama’s blind justice department, the one that let the New Black Panther Party thugs go scott free although they were harassing voters. Well Loretta Lynch is doubling down on the bet. She will continue to be unjust when it comes to the equal application of the law. America now has two justice systems as it returns to the day of yesteryear’s Jim Crow in reverse.
With Obama pandering to his legions of parasites, America is going down in flames. Words do no stop violence, only law enforcement does. To prevent the kind of hooliganism that we have seen in Baltimore, “Shoot to kill should be the message” -this will stop a looter in his tracks serving as an example when the next brother decides to snatch some booty. This kind of law enforcement will send a loud and very clear message to the trash and burn crowd.
Loretta Lynch, the new attorney general, succeeding Eric Holder, has an agenda far worse than Holders. Her past record speaks loudly to that. But what outrageous us is that ten Senators of the Republican persuasion voted for her confirmation. Our memories are long and we shall savior the day when the true uncompromising Patriot votes the turncoats out of office.
The Senate voted 56-43 Thursday, finally, to confirm Loretta Lynch as attorney general, with eight Republicans voting to confirm her. Five had already committed themselves to support her: Republicans Orrin Hatch (UT), Jeff Flake (AZ), Lindsey Graham (SC), Mark Kirk (IL), and Susan Collins (ME).
Not too surprisingly, embattled incumbent Kirk was joined by three others who have potentially tough re-elections in 2016 in purple states: Kelly Ayotte (NH), Rob Portman (OH), and tea partier Ron Johnson (R-WI). But a couple other of the yes votes are a surprise: Thad Cochran (MS) and particularly Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, the guy who made AG Lynch wait for five months for a vote.