"The Obama administration’s former Attorney General Loretta Lynch has made an impassioned video plea for more marching, blood and death on the streets – a video that was later posted on the Facebook page of Senate Democrats as “words of inspiration.”
The video is less than a minute long and begins by stating that people are experiencing “great fear and uncertainty,” with the unstated implication it is due to Donald Trump’s takeover of the White House.
" … we are more than one month into the presidency of Trump and as Tax Season nears, it seems the frenzy to get eyes on the Donald’s tax returns has once again reached a fever pitch. And sure enough, The New York Times in front and center again leading the charge, this time from top columnist Nicholas Kristof.
On Monday, Kristof arguably solicited a lowly IRS agent to commit a serious felony by leaking Trump’s tax returns to his newspaper, assuming, of course, his tweet was not merely in jest — though there seems to be little indication that Kristof was joking in the tweet.
“But if you’re in IRS and have a certain president’s tax return that you’d like to leak, my address is: NYT, 620 Eighth Ave, NY NY 10018,” Kristof wrote in a tweet." " Lawnewz
So, the former chief law enforcement of the US is appealing to the mob and imported paid anarchists to commit violence in the US in pursuit of the overthrow of a president who was elected in the existing constitutional order. Holder would be proud of her. Like him she is lost in a fantasy in which the civil rights struggle of the '60s and '70s must continue to be fought at all costs. Is this appeal of hers not a criminal inducement to violence in light of the actions of creatures like the rioters at Berkeley yesterday?
And, there is the phenomenon of Kristof and his editor soliciting a felony on the part of a sworn employee of the US IRS. It was well established in the courts during the Obama hunt for leakers that journalists are immune from prosecution for publishing classified information, but are they also immune for soliciting a felony disclosure of tax returns? pl