Let them try and put a flower in the barrel of jihadi’s gun.
They Never Learn — Lynch DeclaresLove and Compassion Best Response to Terror
“We stand with you to say that the good in this world far outweighs the evil.”
They never learn. Never.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch apparently didn’t embarrass herself enough this week after trying to pass off a rewritten — I mean, “redacted” — transcript of terrorist Omar Mateen’s 9-11 call to the general public. Luckily, public criticism was swift and fierce and the Justice Department was forced to release the full, unedited 9-11 transcript in which Mateen praised “Allah” and pledged allegiance to ISIS while carrying out his jihadist massacre.
The administration’s tactic was clear all along. Mateen’s 9-11 transcript serves as a living document that proves the atrocity was in fact an act of Islamic terrorism — and not catalyzed by homosexual self-loathing or America’s lax gun laws. It negates Obama’s self-serving revisionist history of the atrocity. It proves he has not, as he asserted, “contained ISIS” and that while he may be mighty when it comes to defending a member of the LGBT community’s “right” to gender neutral bathrooms, he is hardly willing to defend their actual lives with as much fervor.
In fairness, the Attorney General is likely not the mastermind behind the revisionism. She’s just carrying out orders as any Obama acolyte is wont to do. Sadly, despite her public embarrassment — which should have served as a lesson learned — Lynch proved that loyalty to the approved left-wing narrative trumps all else.
During remarks to Orlando media on Tuesday, Lynch made an obligatory vow of “solidarity” with the LGBT community. Needless to say such statements are entirely vacuous given how the administration has proved it will do nothing to actually protect the LGBT community from future terror.
Still beholden to ostrich logic, Lynch pressed on, saying the best response to terror is “love and compassion”:
“We stand with you to say that the good in this world far outweighs the evil, that our common humanity transcends our differences, and that our most effective response to terror and to hatred is compassion, it’s unity, and it’s love … We stand with you today as we grieve together, and long after the cameras are gone, we will continue to stand with you as we grow together in commitment, in solidarity, and in equality.”
I’ve written extensively on the suicidal ramifications of this very misguided notion — one that posits that terrorists only want our “hatred” thus the only way to defeat them is through “love and understanding.”