Although not as vociferous as Joe Walsh, Shapson’s reasoning is sound.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch spoke at a Muslim Advocates dinner the day after the San Bernardino Massacre, December 3rd. To describe what she had to say as “troubling” is the understatement of the month. Here’s where to view the entire speech for yourself:
She calls Islam a “peaceful religion.” She states at one point (around 49:37) that her greatest fear, as Attorney General, is that anti-Muslim rhetoric could lead to violent backlash. Shouldn’t she, as Attorney General, be more concerned about Americans being slaughtered by acts of brutal Islamic terrorism?
She had this to say about free speech, around 55:10: “I think it’s important, however, that as we again talk about the importance of free speech we make it clear that actions predicated on violent talk are not America… they are not who we are, they are not what we do, and they will be prosecuted, so I want…
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