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Confirmation Still Pending

It has been more than 130 days since Loretta Lynch has been nominated by President Barack Obama for United States Attorney General and she has yet to be confirmed.
Source: @TVOnetv #NewsOneNow.
Roland Martin will stay on the case, as will I.

Update: March 28, 2015,
“Black Women March to Sen. Mitch McConnell’s office to push Loretta Lynch Confirmation.”

Please support Mrs. Lynch on social media. There is power in unity.

Minnie E. Miller



Confirmation Pending

Confirm Loretta Lynch as United States Attorney General now. Congress should stop their horse-trading.

March 17, 2015

“Given the many racial justice issues facing our nation, the country desperately needs a seamless transition and a continued steady hand at the Justice Department. On the call, leaders called for an immediate vote in favor of Loretta Lynch’s confirmation for Attorney General.”

“The Senate Republican majority is using every excuse it can find to delay or obstruct Lynch’s confirmation. And the one thing these excuses all have in common is that none of them have anything to do with the nominee herself. We know that senators can walk and chew gum at the same time and that this is just the latest turn in what has been the most mishandled and manipulated confirmation process in memory.”


Minnie E. Miller



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Minnie E. Miller