The left never misses a chance to race bait.
And the election of Donald Trump has prompted them to kick their smear machine into overdrive.
A recent speech given by Loretta Lynch has left many outraged at the way she used the election to criticize America.
In her final public speech – which was given on the weekend leading up to the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday – Lynch blasted America as being consumed by a “wave of intolerance.”
Without mentioning his name, the subject was clearly Trump and the people who supported him.
“In her final speech as attorney general, Loretta Lynch said Sunday in a historic church in Birmingham, Alabama, that there is still work to do as “waves of intolerance and injustice” are “still blowing in this country.”
“I know that while our accomplishments should make us proud, they must not make us complacent,” she said, speaking a day before Martin Luther King Jr. Day and less than a week until President-elect Donald Trump is sworn in as president.
“We cannot stop. We have to work. I know that in our pursuit of a brighter future, we still face headwinds. We still face oppositions. We see it. Waves of hatred, waves of intolerance and injustice that are still blowing in this country, and they seem to grow stronger the more that we achieve,” she said speaking at 16th Street Baptist Church, the site of a lethal 1963 bombing that killed four African American girls.
Speaking of the upcoming presidential transition, Lynch described how she has felt and heard people around the country worry that “Dr. King’s dream and all that has flowed from it is at risk like never before.” The attorney general says she has heard the fear that borders will be closed off and that “a prayer in a different tongue or different posture will place one at deadly risk.”
In her speech, Lynch did note on some positives – but namely that people were criticizing Donald Trump and organizing in opposition.
She didn’t praise the fact America is transferring power from one party to another without shots being fired.
She didn’t note that America’s strength is when the voters speak we respect their decisions – no matter how much we may disagree with it.
No, she found her solace in the attempts made to undermine the President-elect.
Politico also reports:
“She added, however, that she has also seen a change: People are speaking out against injustice.
“I’ve seen people speaking out, and marching, and organizing, and gathering in the time-honored tradition that has made this country stronger,” Lynch said. “That’s what I’ve seen. And in their cries of justice, I’ve heard their belief that it can be attained.”
Nor did her speech mention all the anti-Trump violence the left has – and are – actively engaging in either.
Lynch’s remarks about people being targeted because of intolerance could have easily been aimed at condemning the four blacks who kidnapped and tortured a special needs white man because of the color of his skin.
But instead of using the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday to unite America, Loretta Lynch attacked Donald Trump and ripped the country in a divisive and racially-charged speech.