December 4, 2015

Infrequently asked questions: Muslim speech

General Loretta Lynch pledged to a group of Muslim activists that she would take aggressive action against anyone who used "anti-Muslim rhetoric" that "edges toward violence." Speaking to the audience at the Muslim Advocate's 10th anniversary dinner Thursday, Lynch said her "greatest fear" is the "incredibly disturbing rise of anti-Muslim rhetoric" in America and vowed to prosecute any guilty of what she deemed violence-inspiring speech.

Does that include people like George Bush, Barack Obama and members of Congress who have provided the arguments to justify killing several million Muslims in our war on the MId East?

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