The Attorney General of the United States, Loretta Lynch, speaking to an Islamic group less than 24 hours after the terrorist attack in California said, “We stand with you in this.”
She also said “When we talk about the First Amendment we [must] make it clear that actions predicated on violent talk are not American. They are not who we are, they are not what we do, and they will be prosecuted.”
“We” means Attorney General Lynch, the President, and her Islamic audience. “They” means us: people opposed to the Islamification of the US and Europe.
She also urged moslem parents of children who may be bullied in school to contact the Federal government. No, I am not kidding.
Yesterday, referring to the San Bernardino attack, 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.”
There is no such thing as “violent talk.” The First Amendment to the US Constitution guarantees the right to free speech (and publication), including what those on the Left call “hate speech.”
Islam is a heathen religion that is incompatible with the US Constitution and American law and jurisprudence. Because it is incompatible with the US Constitution, which officers such as the Attorney General are sworn to defend, the Attorney General should vow to investigate and prosecute Islamic terrorism in the US. Instead, she does the opposite: promises to prosecute Americans while “standing with” moslems.
Moreover, she announced that she has ordered a federal investigation into the arrest of clock boy. That will deter local law enforcement from investigating future citizen complaints or tips. Neighbors of the San Bernardino terrorists said after the fact that they had noticed Middle Eastern men coming and going and thought it odd. But they said nothing because they didn’t want to seem “islamophobic,” a completely made-up nonsense word.
The Attorney General has said explicitly which side she and the President are on. You know where they stand.