Loretta Lynch’s Long-held Ties to Anti-Jewish, Pro-Terrorist Groups

Attorney General Loretta Lynch recently said that the Department of (IN)Justice would stand with Muslims in the wake of the San Bernardino jihad attacks and stated unequivocally: “When we talk about the First Amendment we [must] make it clear that actions predicated on violent talk are not American. They are not who we are, they are not what we do, and they will be prosecuted.”

Interestingly, Lynch was involved with “violent talk” herself when she was involved with a Jew-hating, Pro-terrorist Harvard group.

Discover the Networks points out that Lynch “earned an A.B. from Harvard College, where she was an original member of Delta Sigma Theta, a newly formed African-American sorority chapter. Another noteworthy original member was Sharon Malone, who subsequently went on to marry Eric Holder.”

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After graduating, Lynch went on to earned a J.D. from Harvard Law School in 1984 where she was a member of the Black Law Student Association (BLSA).

Award-winning investigative journalist Charles Johnson uncovered information on the BLSA between 1981-1984 while Lynch was a member. He writes:

During those years the radical black group brought representatives from the Palestinian Liberation Operation (PLO).

The group’s leader, Mohammed Kenyatta, called for the “liberation of Palestine” and expressed support for the terrorist organization.

The BLSA defended bringing the terrorists in a letter to the editor of the Harvard student newspaper, The Harvard Crimson.

Jewish student organizations protested the speeches, especially in 1984. Liberal professor Alan Dershowitz joined the anti-PLO protests.

For documentation of the event, click here, here, here and here.

While the BLSA attempted damage control via a letter to the editors of the Harvard Crimson, the Crimson blasted the BLSA’s letter. They wrote:

ThE BLACK LAW STUDENTS ASSOCIATION (BLSA) committed an unjustifiable and discriminatory violation of student liberties last week when it denied Jewish students an opportunity to participate in a campus forum featuring a representative of the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO).

More than 30 Jewish Law Students Association (JLSA) members attended the panel discussion, outnumbering members of BLSA and the Third World Coalition (TWC), the event’s sponsors. But after opening the forum to questions from the floor, BLSA moderator Muhammad I. Kenyatta refused to recognize any of the white hands raised in the audience. BLSA and TWC members were to be given priority, he announced, proceeding to call on a Black student who hadn’t raised his hand.

We defend the PLO’s right to appear in an open forum at Harvard. All groups have a right to present their views; had Kenyatta permitted all students to challenge the speaker with critical questions, the ensuing discussion might have provided a constructive exchange of ideas and opinions.

By stifling debate, however, Kenyatta reduced the event to little more than a propaganda platform for a terrorist organization that has pledged to destroy the State of Israel. His refusal to open the floor to all students views showed a glaring disregard for the principles of free discussion that are vital to an enlightened academic community.

Moreover, Kenyatta’s actions are particularly disturbing in light of the apparently widening rift between Black and Jewish organizations at Harvard and nationwide. Longtime political allies, particularly on civil rights issues, these groups recently have traded bitter words on a variety of issues; it is regrettable that Kenyatta acted in a way that helps further drive this wedge between Blacks and Jews.

To clarify: Lynch not only tied herself to organizations that promote terrorism, but also served with other criminals. Under President Bill Clinton, Lynch served as U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York. From October 1994 to January 1998, Lynch was a partner with the Connecticut-based Ujamaa Investment Group. “Ujamaa,” in Swahili, signifies a commitment to practicing “shared wealth” and repudiating economic inequality.

Lynch believes that enforcing the critical race theory is what is needed in America. She graduated from Harvard, where Professor Derrick Bell devised the racist theory on racism.

Lynch made headlines in 2013 as the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York for her controversial “policing for profit” seizures of over $900 million in asset forfeitures that violated Fifth Amendment protections ensured by the U.S. Constitution.

This practice is not only immoral, but also anti-American.

Lynch is a criminal just like Obama, Holder and the Clintons. She is a woman who cannot be trusted. Yet despite having all of this information and more, U.S. Senators still chose to confirm her, just as they did with Eric Holder– who Congress later held in contempt for obstructing justice related to Fast and Furious.

Marxists and Islamists have it in for America, and there is no doubt that Loretta Lynch is among them. The only question is whether anyone in Congress will call for her impeachment and subsequent indictment.

Tim Brown is an author and Editor at FreedomOutpost.com, SonsOfLibertyMedia.comGunsInTheNews.com and TheWashingtonStandard.com. Tim is also an affiliate for the Joshua Mark 5 AR/AK hybrid semi-automatic rifle. Follow Tim on Twitter.

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