Editor: After the state of the union the GOP “conservative caucus” came out saying the GOP is “the yes party” that it said yes to the “rule of law” and the Constitution. Their statement is as much propaganda as Loretta Lynch having a magic wand to make Obama’s “Executive Action” permanent. Notice though she doesn’t call it that. Lynch says “institutionalized” and that is exactly what “executive orders” force under law is, merely INSTITUTIONALIZED. It’s time to rid ourselves of those who institutionalize unconstitutional acts as if they were law. End One Party Rule!
The Obama Administration is frantically working to make the president’s gun control “executive orders” permanent.
Knowing the next president can effectively “delete” the unconstitutional actions restricting gun rights, Attorney General Loretta Lynch said they’re trying to “institutionalize” Obama’s orders long after they’re gone.
“My goal is to position the [Department of Justice] where it will carry on in all of these issues long after myself and my team have moved on,” she said.
All GOP candidates have vowed to rescind the executive orders should they win in November, but Lynch and her cronies are setting the wheels in motion to embed these rules into the bureaucracy, making it exceedingly difficult to eviscerate them.
Lynch isn’t working alone in trying to make Barack Obama’s “reshaping of America” permanent. Obama’s top domestic advisor Cecilia Muñoz said her focus was to make sure “Obama’s historic immigration policies get ‘institutionalized’ so they will live on ling after she and her boss are gone from the White House.”
Lynch may not be a bomb-thrower like her predecessor, Eric Holder, but make no mistake: She’s as much a disciple of reshaping America in Obama’s image as he was. From Breitbart:
[T]here’s no doubt that Lynch reflects President Obama’s agenda. Lynch has spent time opening federal cases on the Baltimore Police Department after the in-custody death of Freddie Gray and against 14 officials in international FIFA corruption as though Americans care deeply about the nature of corrupt international soccer.
She’s also threatened to prosecute those who use “anti-Muslim rhetoric [that] edges toward violence” and said that her “greatest fear” is the “incredibly disturbing rise of anti-Muslim rhetoric.” Only after conservative media outcry did Lynch back down, downgrading her comments to state that she would only prosecute “deeds, not words.” On that same score, Lynch refused to tell media after the San Bernardino terror attack whether the perpetrators were “radicalized.”
These folks are working full-steam to make sure that Obama’s hyperbolic “Hope and Change” lives on far past January 2017. If they are to fail, the nation must elect someone who will work just as hard to ensure that doesn’t happen.
About Robert Gehl
Robert Gehl is a college professor in Phoenix, Arizona. He has over 15 years journalism experience, including two Associated Press awards. He lives in Glendale with his wife and two young children.