Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch Appears To Issue Call to Violence In Video

A short video made by former Attorney General Loretta Lynch calls for marching, blood, and death on the streets in an apparent call to fight President Trump posted on February 28th, 2017.

I listened to the video and I didn't hear words of inspiration. I heard a call to violence. She began the vi

A short video made by former Attorney General Loretta Lynch calls for marching, blood, and death on the streets in an apparent call to fight President Trump posted on February 28th, 2017.

I listened to the video and I didn't hear words of inspiration. I heard a call to violence. She began the video by stating that she knew this was a time of "great fear and uncertainty" and a "time of uncertainty" for "our people" because their rights were being 'trampled on' and even lost.

In the video, Lynch continued by stating this is difficult and has never been easy. She talked about moving the country forward. She stated that it was people banding together who had made this happen, "ordinary people who simply saw what needed to be done." Lynch said "They marched. They bled. Yes, some of them have died." She said that "we have done this before, we can do this again."

The video is 52 seconds long. No other context was found for the video, as in where it was made. But it appears to me to be a call for violence, and certainly appears to be alluding to President Trump and his administration.

Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch is known for, among other things, meeting with former President Bill Clinton on an airport tarmac in 2016. This happened about four days before the FBI interviewed former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton about her criminal actions involving classified emails and nonchalant abuse of power, according to NBC News.

Current Attorney General Jeff Sessions called for a special counsel after the meeting occurred. But Lynch did not recuse herself in 2016 during the federal investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails. Whereas, AG Sessions recused himself from an investigation about possible ties between Russia and meetings with President Trump's campaign aides, after senate democrats asked him to.

On what appears to be her Facebook page, Loretta Lynch's America, the posts reflect the current political news with a decidedly anti-police tone.

What is not needed is more marching, more bloodshed, or any deaths in the street for that reason. What is needed is support and a unified coming together collectively for the people of this country.

You can see Loretta Lynch's video here:

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