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Monday, July 11, 2016

Lynch encourages protesters while condemning violence

Attorney General to Black Lives Matters supporters after Dallas: 'Do not be discouraged'

WASHINGTON – Responding to the shooting deaths of five Dallas officers and the wounding of several others, Attorney General Loretta Lynch addressed the nation Friday and implored Americans, “Do not let this week precipitate a new normal in this country.”

Lynch asked citizens to help each other and not to turn on each other.

However, at the same time, she offered encouragement to anti-police protesters, telling them, “Do not be discouraged by those who would use your lawful actions as a cover for their heinous violence.”

The attorney general also reached out to law enforcement officers, telling them the Justice Department “will do all that we can to support you in the days ahead.”



Anonymous said...

'BLM invades U.S. Gov't' is how this article should be titled.
With a subtitle of 'Coming To A House of Congress Near You'.

Anonymous said...

Considering Loretta Lynch usurps law with politics, she's hardly an person to be discussing anything having to do with legal justice in America. She's irrelevant and should be treated as such. I am underwhelmed regardless of her 'title' in the government.

Anonymous said...

🗽​🗽​🗽​Where is JUSTICE? How can we expect it from such a hostile actor as our current AG?

Anonymous said...

another upstanding image of racism, lovely!

lmclain said...

If that wasn't a thinly veiled statement of encouragement and an incitement to riot for the AG of the USA, I don't know what else it could be called.
Other than "disgusting".

Anonymous said...

Every BLM member needs to be arrested, it is called, "Unlawful Assembly" and is a law in every state! You need permits for protests and have to comply with the law.