Skip to comments.Malkin: Sicko Terrorist Lynne Stewart: Still Hating Cops
Posted on 09/06/2016 4:35:23 PM PDT by jazusamo
Old age and illness have not dulled the tongue or treasonous soul of convicted jihad-enabling lawyer Lynne Stewart.
She's as vile and violence-promoting as ever.
Freed from prison two years ago on "compassionate release" after being diagnosed with advanced breast cancer, the flaming 76-year-old radical is still championing left-wing massacres against the police.
And still kicking America in the teeth.
The Associated Press reported over the holiday weekend that the mouthy menace remains stubbornly devoted to "armed struggle."
Translation: Sicko Grandma Stewart as unrepentant and unapologetic as the rest of her rotten hippie pals in the bloodthirsty Weather Underground, Black Liberation Army and Black Panther movement continues to endorse murdering her ideological enemies in the name of peace and social justice.
"Armed struggle," is that what she would callously call the 9/11 jihad attacks on 3,000 innocent men, women and children? It's what she calls domestic terrorist attacks on our police officers.
Stewart was sent up the river in 2005 after a jury found her guilty of helping terrorist Omar Abdel-Rahman the murderous Blind Sheik smuggle coded messages of Islamic violence to outside followers in violation of an explicit pledge to abide by her client's court-ordered isolation.
Rahman's idea of armed struggle: Calling on Muslims to "destroy" the West and "burn their companies, eliminate their interests, sink their ships, shoot down their planes, (and) kill them on the sea, air, or land."
She won’t be around much longer.
Two years later the terminal patient is still around and kicking after tricking(or whatever) another Judge instead of doing her time.
There was a convicted criminal in Dallas that got a gullible federal judge to give him a compassionate release because he only had less than 6 months to live due to a terminal brain tumor. He enjoyed freedom for another 13 years before he died of natural causes. The judge didn’t hold the lying doctor or the lying lawyers responsible for their misdeeds.
The real victim was a co-defendant who really did have terminal cancer. After having been suckered once, the judge didn’t let him out until a few weeks before he died.
Of course the Bush family went around pardoning the country club republicans who got caught up in the scandal.
I agree that this Stewart is a piece of excrement, but isn’t Malkin a #Never Trumper? Does she expect that Hillary will address this?
The greasy witch wants an armed struggle? BRING IT!
May her death be lingering and painful.
“If I had to choose between Donald Trump, Marco Rubio and Hillary Clinton I wouldnt have any hesitation pulling the lever for Donald Trump, she added later in the interview.”
Amen to that, my friend!
Alleged is right, that’s a pile of ugly.
Another “conservative” pundit (Levin also) trying to salvage their careers. I expect you’ll see many more.
That’s from November of 2015.
Lynne Stewart’s philosophy: I will become virtuous by helping someone other than me to murder my American neighbors.
Yea, I noticed that. But she’s still not a Trump fan. It’s disappointing because I always liked her. Her Web site is a no go for me anymore.
Well stated and true.
in the end, they'll vote for him....
as far all these talking heads like Levin,etc.....they carried the water for the conservative movement for decades....just remember that as you trash them....
I do not believe Trump is conservative- however at this time - it is either trump or the Hildabeast- I will take my chances on Trump over that fugly beast
The Black Body Count Rises as Chicago Police Step Back
In 2016 nearly 3,000 people have been shot in the city, an average of one victim every two hours.
By Heather Mac Donald
Sept. 11, 2016 5:58 p.m. ET
The streets are gone, Dean Angelo, president of the Chicago police union, told me last month. The night before, Aug. 14, a Chicago police officers son had been killed in a shooting while sitting on his familys porch, one of 92 people killed in Chicago during the worst month for homicides in the Windy City since July 1993. The August victims who survived included 10-year-old Tavon Tanner, shot while playing in front of his house (the bullet ripped through Tavons pancreas, intestines, kidney and spleen); an 8-year-old girl shot in the arm while crossing the street; and two 6-year-old girls.
On Sept. 6, a 71-year-old man was accosted by a teen on a bike while watering his lawn. The robber demanded the mans wallet and when he refused shot him in the abdomen, then grabbed his wallet before pedaling away.
By Sept. 8, nearly 3,000 people had been shot in Chicago in 2016, an average of one shooting victim every two hours. Five hundred and sixteen people had been murdered. Gun homicides and non-fatal shootings were up 47% over the same period of 2015, which had seen a significant rise in crime over 2014.
Dean Angelo, president of the Chicago police union, Nov. 24, 2015. ENLARGE
Dean Angelo, president of the Chicago police union, Nov. 24, 2015. Photo: Associated Press
There is no way out of this shooting spree, Mr. Angelo said. His despair is understandable, because Chicago is the countrys most-glaring example of what I have called the Ferguson effect. Chicago officers have cut back drastically on proactive policing under the onslaught of criticism from the Black Lives Matter movement and its political and media enablers.
In October 2015, Mayor Rahm Emanuel told U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch during a crime meeting in Washington, D.C., that the Chicago police had gone fetal, and were less likely to interdict criminal behavior. That pull-back worsened in 2016, with pedestrian stops dropping 82% from January through July 20, 2016, compared with the same period in 2015, according to the Chicago police department. The cops are just driving by people on the corners, Mr. Angelo says, rather than checking out known drug dealers and others who raise suspicions. Criminals are back in control and black lives are being lost at a rate not seen for two decades.
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