Congressional Black Caucus – Racism A “Major Factor” In Delay Of New Attorney General Loretta Lynch

March 18, 2015 12:31 pmViews: 340

Loretta Lynch Attorney General nominee

When you have absolutely no substance whatsoever to your argument, playing the race card is always the best option if you are a member of the Congressional Black Caucus, or any other race baiter for that matter. Simply because Senate Republicans have questions about Obama's new Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch, and are delaying her nomination, Congressional Black caucus Chairman Rep. G.K. Butterfield claims that it is strictly based on race.

What would you expect from the most racist congressional group in existence and the most racist president America has ever seen?

Maybe Loretta Lynch is a radical leftist just like Eric Holder was and just maybe Republicans don't want another racist that will stir things up like Holder did after Trayvon Martin was shot and after Eric Garner was shot. No, that simply is not okay to question any of Obama's choices, that automatically makes you a racist.

We like what Thomas Sowell had to say about the race card: "The word 'racism' is like ketchup. It can be put on practically anything - and demanding evidence makes you a "racist". Isn't that the truth?

Read more from The Hill below:

The chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus suggested Tuesday that the Senate may be delaying the confirmation of Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch because of her race.

“I think race certainly can be considered a major factor in the delay,” Rep. G.K. Butterfield (D-N.C.), the chairman, told reporters on a press call.

Lynch would become the first African-American woman to serve as attorney general, but her nomination has been awaiting Senate confirmation for 130 days.

Current Attorney General Eric Holder is also black.

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