WHAT'S WRONG WITH LORETTA LYNCH?
Quite a Bit, Actually
U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch, President Obama’s nominee for U.S. Attorney General, does not respect this country’s laws. For instance, Lynch believes that the President Obama’s executive dictates, including his recent amnesty order for illegal aliens, are entirely legitimate and non-controversial.
In another example, Lynch was involved in the 2012 settlement that absolved HSBC (a British banking company) for money laundering performed on behalf of terrorists, drug dealers, the Mexican cartels and Iran. Many have called this a slap on the wrist, particularly because Lynch didn't fully investigate the crimes involved.
Lynch has also exhibited what might be best described as “feigned cluelessness” in the matter of insidious IRS-targeting. She claims to be only “generally aware” of the IRS’s focused effort to intimidate conservative groups. Whether her lack of knowledge is indeed feigned, or true ignorance, it is not indicative of someone fit for such high office.
There is little record on Lynch's position regarding gun control, but if her take on rogue executive actions, her history cosseting terrorist groups and drug cartels, and her limited knowledge of well-publicized, law-related current events are any indication of what we can expect on other issues, the danger of an “Attorney General Loretta Lynch” is clear.
It's safe to assume that with Holder gone, Lynch would simply represent more of the same: gun registration schemes, sweetheart deals for criminals, interference with lawful commerce, exotic, unconstitutional executive orders, and so on.
It's important to inform North Carolina’s Senators, Richard Burr and Thom Tillis, that because of her lack of Constitutional principle and her overall contempt for the law, you appreciate their ‘no’ vote against the confirmation of Loretta Lynch for Attorney General. Considering her record, and the danger she would pose to gun rights and other freedom-related issues, she is not an acceptable choice for that post.
Below, under “Immediate Action Required,” see how you can easily contact your senators and thank them for taking the appropriate stance on the Lynch confirmation.
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