A video of U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, in which she appears to encourage the Trump Resistance movement to follow in the footsteps.
Of previous movements by “marching, bleeding, and dying,” was shared on the Facebook page of Democrats in the U.S. Senate.
A caption underneath the video read, “If you need to hear some words of inspiration tonight, take a moment for our friend, former Attorney General, Loretta E. Lynch:.”
Even though Lynch doesn’t mention Trump by name, it’s clear who she’s addressing in this video: the people who are actively working to overthrow the president.
A legal definition of “action[s] dependent on violent words” does not exist. Lynch condemned “edges towards violence” in speech.
Although violence is expressly forbidden by law; her words are therefore at odds with the First Amendment.
Loretta Lynch Did Not Call for ‘Violence and Murder,’ ‘Blood and Death in Streets’
Conservative media were outraged by the shooting of Republican baseball players by a homeless supporter of Sen.
Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. Alex Jones’ conspiracy blog, Infowars, has claimed that prominent Democrats are behind this assault.
It was all there in bold letters on the front page of the New York Post on June 14: “FLASHBACK: Tim Kaine, Loretta Lynch Called For Blood and Death In Streets.”
It was claimed in the article that Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine and former Obama administration attorney general.
Loretta Lynch were part of “a stunning collection of calls to violence and murder from the intolerant, unhinged leftists in the Democrat party, mainstream media.
Hollywood, and the spider web of interwoven organisations and cabals like Antifa and Black Lives Matter who have effectively transformed into domestic terrorists in Trump’s America.”
Loretta Lynch, the Attorney General, has provided a statement to what appears to be a deadly domestic terror strike inspired by ISIS.
That is nearly an Onion-level self-parody of liberal pieties. The Obama administration’s attorney general had vowed to never waste a crisis.
Lynch said the day after a Muslim couple who had purportedly pledged allegiance to ISIS killed 14 people and injured 23 others that this was a “great chance and amazing moment to really make major change.”