Joe Biden Proves that Conservatives Were Right to Stand Against Loretta Lynch – says She’s “Cut from the Exact Same Cloth” as Eric Holder!

 

This is why conservatives were against her appointment in the first place, but did the RINO’s like Lindsey Graham (R-SC) listen? NO.

New Attorney General Loretta Lynch was sworn in on Monday, and that’s when Vice President Joe Biden basically admitted that conservatives were right about her, all along.

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I have absolute confidence that Loretta Lynch will exceed the high standard set for her, because she’s cut from the exact same cloth. Both she and Eric embody the mantra of one of the –their predecessors, the man after whom this building is named [Robert F. Kennedy], who said, ‘the purpose of life is to contribute in some way to making things better.’ 

The entire problem conservatives had with Lynch was that during the vetting process they realized that she held near identical positions with AG Holder on Presidential power. Lynch did not believe that the President had overstepped his bounds on Executive Amnesty, prosecutorial discretion, and other thorny political and constitutional issues. However, as is usually the case, the Republicans (unlike the Democrats) never act as one to move the country in a more conservative direction and 10 Senate RINO’s voted for two more years of Eric Holder by confirming Loretta Lynch.

 

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