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In the best of hands: AG Loretta Lynch travels to Orlando in search of terrorist’s motive, comes up empty

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By Doug Powers  •  June 21, 2016 03:13 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

Gunman goes into a gay nightclub, kills 49 people and injures dozens more, calls authorities in the midst of it and says he did it for the Islamic State.

Someday the U.S. attorney general hopes to establish a motive, but this is not the day:

After meeting with prosecutors, first responders and victims of the Orlando terror attack, Attorney General Loretta Lynch said that the investigation is still ongoing, and a motive has yet to be established.

The Obama administration is still trying to determine Omar Mateen’s motive was the NRA, the GOP Senate, climate change or some combination of all the above. I’m sure they’ll let us know when they pin down the exact percentages.

Update:

And remember, “our most effective response to terror and to hatred, is compassion, is unity, and is love”:

We’re all lucky to still be alive with people like this in charge, and I’m being zero percent facetious.

Oh, and Lynch also has no idea where Omar Mateen’s wife is. It’s got to be the NRA’s fault.

**Written by Doug Powers

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Categories: Barack Obama, Democrats, Feature Story, Iran, John Kerry, Terrorist attacks