Obama’s Attorney General Accidentally Spills The Truth About Obama’s ‘Corruption’
Hard as it is to believe, someone in the Obama administration can tell the truth sometimes.
That’s what happened Thursday, when Attorney General Loretta Lynch delivered a speech in Europe describing the poisonous effects of public corruption in an otherwise healthy democracy.
Unfortunately for America’s chief law enforcement officer, for the Obama administration, and especially for Hillary Clinton, what Lynch said wasn’t at all the truth she meant to lay out.
Speaking before a meeting of European interior ministers in Rome, Obama’s attorney general decried a culture of corruption in government, and explained how it erodes the trust that’s necessary in a democracy between a free people and their elected officials.
For a European audience that might not be following every twist and turn of American presidential politics, Lynch’s comments probably came across as the kind of harmless pablum top officials use when they’re talking to each other in public settings.
But to an American who has watched the disintegration of law and order at the country’s highest levels – reaching its logical conclusion with the nomination of a thoroughly corrupt candidate to the presidency of the United States – the speech is a telling exposé both laughable and appalling.