Lynch: Water may or may not be wet; it's whatever the emperor and I say it is on any given day
The emperor's hand-picked Attorney-general, Loretta Lynch, was summoned to capitol hill and questioned about whether laws apply to Democrat members of the emperor's administration.
Ms. Lynch responded that perjury could be legal, revealing classified information could be legal, everything prohibited by law is up for grabs, depending on context. She added that she couldn't be sure water was wet or fire was hot.
Ms. Lynch--like all Dems--is quite cunning. She recognized that given the cover of the Democrat media and her corrupt boss, when a congressional committee asked her to testify as to the meaning of various laws she could brazenly refuse to answer questions as basic as "Is the Constitution the supreme law of the U.S.?" with impunity.
It has to be so hard to be the emperor: How many people did he have to interview for Attorney-general before he found someone willing to trash the law and the Constitution in order to support him and his thoroughly lawless party?