Just like every other candidate that is nominated for administration posts by Obama, there is more smell the deeper you dig. Same holds true to Lynch, the Attorney General nominee, who has significant questions to answer concerning her handling of a money laundering scheme involving Mexican drug cartels. This woman does not deserve to be rushed through the process, by either party, without a thorough vetting process that is due for a post such as the Attorney General of the US.
“If Loretta Lynch and DOJ swept under the rug serious money laundering scheme involving Mexican drug cartels and terrorist organizations, we need to know a heck of a lot more about it,” Vitter said. “This is especially true since American citizens may be completely unaware that their identities — including names and social security numbers — were compromised in this fraud. A simple monetary fine is the equivalent of a slap on the wrist, and would cast serious doubt on Ms. Lynch’s capacity to serve as our top law enforcement official.”