Unbelievable! AG Lynch admits she has lost track of Orlando shooter’s wife

The mind boggles, as during her press conference in Orlando, Attorney General Loretta Lynch casually admitted that she has no idea of the location of  the wife of the Orlando shooter – who may well have been aware of his attack and provided material support for it.  Don’t believe me?

"Has the shooter’s wife left the state of Florida?" a reporter asked Lynch during her press conference Tuesday.

"Right now, I don’t know exactly the answer to that," Lynch candidly replied. "I believe she was going to travel but I do not know exactly her location now."

Still don't believe me? Watch it for yourself:

I suppose it is possible that the A.G. was referring to herself alone, and not the FBI, which should be keeping close tabs on a prime witness and/or suspect in the worst incident of Islamic terrorism in the United States since 9/11.

But of course, the A.G. still pretends that something other than jihad may have been at the root of the attack despite the explicit words  censored from the transcript and later restored after a public outcry that seems to have surprised her of the attacker speaking to a 911 operator and declaring his allegiance to ISIS.

The remarkably incurious media at her Orlando press conferece did not ask a single question about the censorship and reversal, nor did any of the ace reporters there press the A.G. on whether or not the FBI had lost track of Mrs. Terrorist.

The concerted attempt of the American media to pretend that this attack was anything but Islamic jihad terror is pathetic and deeply disturbing in the willingness of so many Americans to be convinced of an out-and-out lie.

The mind boggles, as during her press conference in Orlando, Attorney General Loretta Lynch casually admitted that she has no idea of the location of  the wife of the Orlando shooter – who may well have been aware of his attack and provided material support for it.  Don’t believe me?

"Has the shooter’s wife left the state of Florida?" a reporter asked Lynch during her press conference Tuesday.

"Right now, I don’t know exactly the answer to that," Lynch candidly replied. "I believe she was going to travel but I do not know exactly her location now."

Still don't believe me? Watch it for yourself:

I suppose it is possible that the A.G. was referring to herself alone, and not the FBI, which should be keeping close tabs on a prime witness and/or suspect in the worst incident of Islamic terrorism in the United States since 9/11.

But of course, the A.G. still pretends that something other than jihad may have been at the root of the attack despite the explicit words  censored from the transcript and later restored after a public outcry that seems to have surprised her of the attacker speaking to a 911 operator and declaring his allegiance to ISIS.

The remarkably incurious media at her Orlando press conferece did not ask a single question about the censorship and reversal, nor did any of the ace reporters there press the A.G. on whether or not the FBI had lost track of Mrs. Terrorist.

The concerted attempt of the American media to pretend that this attack was anything but Islamic jihad terror is pathetic and deeply disturbing in the willingness of so many Americans to be convinced of an out-and-out lie.