Loretta Lynch is unfit to serve

As most AT readers know, Loretta Lynch recently stated that she would prosecute anyone who expressed “anti-Muslim rhetoric” that led to violence (exact words: edges to violence," which is even vaguer) against Muslims. Among other things, she also invited members of the Muslim community to contact her if their children are bullied at school. Wow! Does anyone else have Lynch’s direct line so they can hop, skip, and jump over the playground monitor, teacher, counselor, vice-principal, and/or principal to the Attorney General of the United States? I can almost hear the phones dialing now with the next wave of fabricated clock boy complaints.

Lynch is enforcing Sharia law, creating two classes of citizens. Muslims are the protected class and non-Muslims are second-class citizens. I’m amazed Black Lives Matter folks aren’t up in arms over this, because blacks have just been relegated to a lower rung on the priority ladder (unless you’re black and Muslim, in which case, you’re golden).

But back to Lynch’s threat to prosecute those who don’t uphold Islamic blasphemy law. After covering this issue at AT on Saturday, I wanted to write a couple of updates. First, Pamela Geller wrote an excellent piece at Breitbart, where she states:

If Lynch is serious in prosecuting hate speech, then she will have to start closing down mosques and banning the Quran. She wants to restrict the First Amendment so as to curb “actions predicated on violent talk?” Then she should ban this “violent talk.”

Geller then lists a multitude of passages from the Quran that mandate such peace-loving ideas as expel, persecute, fight, slay, banish, beat, slaughter, crucify, chastise, smite, force, ambush, terrorize, and kill.

She continues:

When Lynch made her revolting statement, the bodies were still warm in San Bernardino….

Yet when she spoke to the 10th Anniversary Dinner of Muslim Advocates, the group that got the Obama administration to scrub all counter-terror training materials of any mention of jihad and Islam, Lynch said that her “greatest fear” was the “incredibly disturbing rise of anti-Muslim rhetoric” in America. (snip)

Loretta Lynch said that the San Bernardino jihad attack gave her a “wonderful opportunity.” She said, “We’re at the point where these issues have come together really like never before in law enforcement thought and in our nation’s history and it gives us a wonderful opportunity and a wonderful moment to really make significant change.”

Lynch’s statement about a “wonderful moment to really make a significant change” gave me chills (and not the good kind). It echoed Obama’s “fundamental transformation” and should give anyone pause. The Attorney General of the United States wants to enforce Sharia law.

Meanwhile, George Pataki is urging Lynch to arrest him for strongly suggesting we fight this war that has been waged against us. And while this may be a desperate bid for attention from a GOP presidential candidate polling at zero, it’s nonetheless a welcome development. On Saturday, Pataki sent out the following tweet: “We must declare war on radical Islam. @Loretta Lynch I’m not edging toward violent speech, I’m declaring we kill them. Go ahead, arrest me.”

I’m not a big fan of George Pataki, but I have to take my hat off to him on this one.

Hat tip: Breitbart

As most AT readers know, Loretta Lynch recently stated that she would prosecute anyone who expressed “anti-Muslim rhetoric” that led to violence (exact words: edges to violence," which is even vaguer) against Muslims. Among other things, she also invited members of the Muslim community to contact her if their children are bullied at school. Wow! Does anyone else have Lynch’s direct line so they can hop, skip, and jump over the playground monitor, teacher, counselor, vice-principal, and/or principal to the Attorney General of the United States? I can almost hear the phones dialing now with the next wave of fabricated clock boy complaints.

Lynch is enforcing Sharia law, creating two classes of citizens. Muslims are the protected class and non-Muslims are second-class citizens. I’m amazed Black Lives Matter folks aren’t up in arms over this, because blacks have just been relegated to a lower rung on the priority ladder (unless you’re black and Muslim, in which case, you’re golden).

But back to Lynch’s threat to prosecute those who don’t uphold Islamic blasphemy law. After covering this issue at AT on Saturday, I wanted to write a couple of updates. First, Pamela Geller wrote an excellent piece at Breitbart, where she states:

If Lynch is serious in prosecuting hate speech, then she will have to start closing down mosques and banning the Quran. She wants to restrict the First Amendment so as to curb “actions predicated on violent talk?” Then she should ban this “violent talk.”

Geller then lists a multitude of passages from the Quran that mandate such peace-loving ideas as expel, persecute, fight, slay, banish, beat, slaughter, crucify, chastise, smite, force, ambush, terrorize, and kill.

She continues:

When Lynch made her revolting statement, the bodies were still warm in San Bernardino….

Yet when she spoke to the 10th Anniversary Dinner of Muslim Advocates, the group that got the Obama administration to scrub all counter-terror training materials of any mention of jihad and Islam, Lynch said that her “greatest fear” was the “incredibly disturbing rise of anti-Muslim rhetoric” in America. (snip)

Loretta Lynch said that the San Bernardino jihad attack gave her a “wonderful opportunity.” She said, “We’re at the point where these issues have come together really like never before in law enforcement thought and in our nation’s history and it gives us a wonderful opportunity and a wonderful moment to really make significant change.”

Lynch’s statement about a “wonderful moment to really make a significant change” gave me chills (and not the good kind). It echoed Obama’s “fundamental transformation” and should give anyone pause. The Attorney General of the United States wants to enforce Sharia law.

Meanwhile, George Pataki is urging Lynch to arrest him for strongly suggesting we fight this war that has been waged against us. And while this may be a desperate bid for attention from a GOP presidential candidate polling at zero, it’s nonetheless a welcome development. On Saturday, Pataki sent out the following tweet: “We must declare war on radical Islam. @Loretta Lynch I’m not edging toward violent speech, I’m declaring we kill them. Go ahead, arrest me.”

I’m not a big fan of George Pataki, but I have to take my hat off to him on this one.

Hat tip: Breitbart