dApril 23, 2015

Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

“Loretta Lynch, President Obama’s nominee for attorney general, was facing questions about why she let multiple bank employees who funneled millions of dollars to the Iranian government, Middle Eastern terrorists and Mexican drug cartels walk away without criminal prosecution.


Sen. David Vitter, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee,  launched an investigation into the matter. He cited the concern as a reason to delay Senate confirmation of Lynch, who was nominated to replace Eric Holder as the chief law enforcement officer in the United States.

“If Loretta Lynch and [the Justice Department] swept under the rug a serious money laundering scheme involving Mexican drug cartels and terrorist organizations, we need to know a heck of a lot more about it,” Vitter told The Daily Signal.

Of course this was swept under the rug, did you hear or see it any other place?”

Ten Republicans voted for her.

Senator Kelly Ayotte, a New Hampshire Republican who faces re-election next year, was among those in her party who voted for Ms. Lynch. “Ms. Lynch is a well-respected U.S. attorney with a proven record and significant experience handling difficult cases,” Ms. Ayotte said in a prepared statement. “After meeting with her and reviewing her qualifications, I believe she is clearly qualified and has the necessary experience to serve as Attorney General.”

Another Republican running for re-election, Senator Rob Portman of Ohio, also gave Ms. Lynch a thumbs-up.

Ms. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and, Angus King and Susan Collins did the same.

When the final names are released it will be time to mount a serious attack in upcoming elections against the five yet unknowns.

Serious consideration should be given by the Republican controlled House of Representatives at refusing to fund any projects in the states of those senators voting aye.

Published April 23, 2015

FILE: Dec. 2, 2014: Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch on Capitol Hill, in Washington, D.C.


The Senate has voted to confirm Loretta Lynch as attorney general, ending a months-long delay. 

Lynch was confirmed on a 56-43 vote. 

Complete list of Republicans will be provided, at the time of this posting it appears to be a closely guarded secret.

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Disclaimer: This was not written by Lorra B.


  1. To be honest, I wished they hadn’t confirmed her for political reasons…don’t approve ANY Obama appointments until he backs away from his immigration executive order…including Lynch. And then I take a look at the racist bigot that was stting in that seat, and I’m kinda happy to see him go. Oh….the dilemma!

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