Loretta Lynch: Caring counselor, miserable attorney general

Timothy M. Phelps, who covers the Justice Department for the Los Angeles Times, published a piece on May 26 entitled "U.S. Atty. Gen Loretta Lynch meets with Baltimore police officers this month."  The gist of the piece is that Loretta Lynch is trying to sound a more conciliatory note than did Eric Holder.  Unlike Holder, who declined to meet with any police in Ferguson, Ms. Lynch "[m]ade a point of meeting quietly with a dozen officers as they were going out to patrol the still tense city."  Did she keep the meeting on the hush-hush because she did not want to appear to be siding with the police against the rioters?

The attorney general appears to be a caring lady.  She said to the officers, "You have picked a noble profession.  Despite how people may want to portray it, you [should] hold on to that every day."  Ms. Lynch is so steeped in anti-police racism that she is oblivious that what she said to the police is called triangulating, reminding them that "the people" are against them.  Her message, though she probably doesn't understand it, is "though 'people' think you are evil-doers, I think they are wrong and your profession, at least, is noble."  The majority of the American people support the police.  Loretta Lynch's Justice Department does not serve the majority of the American people, nor is she familiar with them.  The minority she uses to triangulate against the police are the Sharptonian Americans, her people.

The article went on to detail Lynch's launching of the "Community Policing Tour" in Cincinnati, designed to highlight programs that "strengthen police-community relations and foster mutual trust and respect." Loretta Lynch appears to be a kindly lady.  But her words are another chorus of the blood- drenched illusion that crime results from lack of mutual trust or respect between police and communities.  In effect, it is a derivative of institutionalized anti-white racism that has tried for years to shift blame for crime away from black criminals and onto a purported white power structure, especially the police.  Crime is caused when individuals of any race, creed, or gender allow greed, hate, and selfishness to overcome the rule of law.

Ms. Lynch doesn't know it, but police are not supposed to be trusting-type people, though counselors are.  Police are in the business of figuring out who are the citizens not to be trusted, and arresting them.  Furthermore, people don't rob, rape, and murder due to negative attitudes toward police.  Disrespect for police tends to be an effect and not a cause of criminality.

Ms. Lynch appears to be a considerately spoken lady.  The Phelps article points out that Lynch's "signature case" in New York City was prosecuting a white police officer who had assaulted a black man in 1997.  It was inconceivable that Obama would elevate any but a big-city prosecutor of color whose career is founded upon racial politics, no matter how pleasant-spoken.

If Obama had appointed the best attorney general to beat back the real crime problems facing the United States, Loretta Lynch would not have been in the top 1% of the candidates.  Illegal aliens are committing a crime every day they walk on American earth.  A few highlights of an FBI crime study: 75% of most wanted criminals in LA, Phoenix, and Albuquerque are illegals; 25% of inmates charged or convicted of crimes in California detention, 40% in Arizona, and 48% in New Mexico are Mexican nationals.  Over 53% of burglaries in California, New Mexico, Nevada, Arizona, and Texas are committed by illegals.  Sixty-three percent of  drivers in Arizona cited for moving vehicle violations have no license, no insurance, and no registration – of which 97% are illegals.  In New Mexico, a majority of such cited drivers are illegals.  The statistics go on about drunk driving, rape, murder, and a $40-billion Mexican-controlled drug trade in the U.S conducted by illegals.

During her confirmation hearing on January 28, 2015, Ms. Lynch was very mild-mannered as she repeatedly dodged a question about protecting employers who hire illegals.  After four go-rounds, she finally told Senator Sessions, "Well, Senator, I believe the right and obligation to work is shared by everyone regardless of how they came here."

Another crime crisis in the United States that Loretta Lynch will not address is black-on-black homicide.  Murder rates are soaring in several major cities.  Baltimore especially has exploded in black-on-black murder since Ms. Lynch's kumbayah visit.  Thus far, Ms. Lynch, like her predecessor, has focused on police oversight rather than criminal law enforcement.  But she has shifted from badgering to blandishment in keeping her department focused on race grievance politics.

Ms. Lynch would have made a caring counselor for ghetto youths.  She is already making another miserable attorney general for the American people.  It will become very difficult for the minority she cares so much about to get jobs due to the Justice Department's promotion of open borders.  And Ms. Lynch's respect-building efforts may often be truncated when its beneficiaries bleed to death in the streets, because however conciliatory she may be, she will not face the truth about crime.

Hat tip: The Constitution Party

Timothy M. Phelps, who covers the Justice Department for the Los Angeles Times, published a piece on May 26 entitled "U.S. Atty. Gen Loretta Lynch meets with Baltimore police officers this month."  The gist of the piece is that Loretta Lynch is trying to sound a more conciliatory note than did Eric Holder.  Unlike Holder, who declined to meet with any police in Ferguson, Ms. Lynch "[m]ade a point of meeting quietly with a dozen officers as they were going out to patrol the still tense city."  Did she keep the meeting on the hush-hush because she did not want to appear to be siding with the police against the rioters?

The attorney general appears to be a caring lady.  She said to the officers, "You have picked a noble profession.  Despite how people may want to portray it, you [should] hold on to that every day."  Ms. Lynch is so steeped in anti-police racism that she is oblivious that what she said to the police is called triangulating, reminding them that "the people" are against them.  Her message, though she probably doesn't understand it, is "though 'people' think you are evil-doers, I think they are wrong and your profession, at least, is noble."  The majority of the American people support the police.  Loretta Lynch's Justice Department does not serve the majority of the American people, nor is she familiar with them.  The minority she uses to triangulate against the police are the Sharptonian Americans, her people.

The article went on to detail Lynch's launching of the "Community Policing Tour" in Cincinnati, designed to highlight programs that "strengthen police-community relations and foster mutual trust and respect." Loretta Lynch appears to be a kindly lady.  But her words are another chorus of the blood- drenched illusion that crime results from lack of mutual trust or respect between police and communities.  In effect, it is a derivative of institutionalized anti-white racism that has tried for years to shift blame for crime away from black criminals and onto a purported white power structure, especially the police.  Crime is caused when individuals of any race, creed, or gender allow greed, hate, and selfishness to overcome the rule of law.

Ms. Lynch doesn't know it, but police are not supposed to be trusting-type people, though counselors are.  Police are in the business of figuring out who are the citizens not to be trusted, and arresting them.  Furthermore, people don't rob, rape, and murder due to negative attitudes toward police.  Disrespect for police tends to be an effect and not a cause of criminality.

Ms. Lynch appears to be a considerately spoken lady.  The Phelps article points out that Lynch's "signature case" in New York City was prosecuting a white police officer who had assaulted a black man in 1997.  It was inconceivable that Obama would elevate any but a big-city prosecutor of color whose career is founded upon racial politics, no matter how pleasant-spoken.

If Obama had appointed the best attorney general to beat back the real crime problems facing the United States, Loretta Lynch would not have been in the top 1% of the candidates.  Illegal aliens are committing a crime every day they walk on American earth.  A few highlights of an FBI crime study: 75% of most wanted criminals in LA, Phoenix, and Albuquerque are illegals; 25% of inmates charged or convicted of crimes in California detention, 40% in Arizona, and 48% in New Mexico are Mexican nationals.  Over 53% of burglaries in California, New Mexico, Nevada, Arizona, and Texas are committed by illegals.  Sixty-three percent of  drivers in Arizona cited for moving vehicle violations have no license, no insurance, and no registration – of which 97% are illegals.  In New Mexico, a majority of such cited drivers are illegals.  The statistics go on about drunk driving, rape, murder, and a $40-billion Mexican-controlled drug trade in the U.S conducted by illegals.

During her confirmation hearing on January 28, 2015, Ms. Lynch was very mild-mannered as she repeatedly dodged a question about protecting employers who hire illegals.  After four go-rounds, she finally told Senator Sessions, "Well, Senator, I believe the right and obligation to work is shared by everyone regardless of how they came here."

Another crime crisis in the United States that Loretta Lynch will not address is black-on-black homicide.  Murder rates are soaring in several major cities.  Baltimore especially has exploded in black-on-black murder since Ms. Lynch's kumbayah visit.  Thus far, Ms. Lynch, like her predecessor, has focused on police oversight rather than criminal law enforcement.  But she has shifted from badgering to blandishment in keeping her department focused on race grievance politics.

Ms. Lynch would have made a caring counselor for ghetto youths.  She is already making another miserable attorney general for the American people.  It will become very difficult for the minority she cares so much about to get jobs due to the Justice Department's promotion of open borders.  And Ms. Lynch's respect-building efforts may often be truncated when its beneficiaries bleed to death in the streets, because however conciliatory she may be, she will not face the truth about crime.

Hat tip: The Constitution Party