In November 2018 after her election as Attorney General of New York, Letitia James immediately began cursing and threatening President Donald Trump.
There is a nice compilation video of Ms. James exhibiting her personal hatred toward President Trump. She has pursued President Trump since that day not with facts but with the hatred and persistence of a committed Marxist.
Letitia still hasn’t found a crime against Trump or his family but is working feverishly to press charges against the former president anyway.
Joseph Stalin’s henchman Lavrently once famously said, “Show me the man and I’ll show you the crime.”
That famous Marxist quote perfectly defines Letitia James and today’s Democrat party.
Here is a video compilation of Letitia James obsessing over President Trump, via The Storm Has Arrived.
This past week Letitia James threatened a Christian Church for hosting a Trump-friendly event.
The woman is a lawless marxist.
The letter begins by reminding the church that James is “New York’s top law enforcement officer” and has “significant concerns that the ReAwaken American Tour…could spur extremist or racially motivated violence.”
These concerns center around the event’s proposed dates, which coincide with the five-year anniversary of the deadly Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, and past extremist statements made by yourselves and the other featured speakers on the tour. I am especially concerned about featured speakers’ regular allusions to white nationalist ideals connected to the “Great Replacement Theory,” a conspiracy theory that warns of white genocide and efforts to replace native born immigrants. The theory is frequently linked to violent actions, including the racially motivated mass shooting that killed 10 people at a Tops Friendly Markets store in Buffalo.
There were overt threats of possible investigation and prosecution:
The Office of the Attorney General writes to remind you that New York law prohibits racially motivated violence, harassment, or interference with another person in the exercise of their civil rights. New York Civil Rights Law §79-n empowers the Office of the Attorney General to investigate acts of violence, intimidation, threats, or harassment directed at people based on a belief or perception regarding an individual’s race, color, national origin, ancestry, gender, religion, religious practice, age, disability, or sexual orientation. In addition to actual damages, any person who violates this statute can be held liable for $5,000 in penalties for each violation.
Additionally, New York Civil Rights Law §40-c prohibits discriminating against another person in the exercise of their civil rights-including theory right to peacefully protest- based on similar protected characteristics. Finally, New York Executive Law §63(12) empowers the Office of the Attorney General to take action against any business engaged in significant fraud or illegality- including the violation of New York’s civil rights laws.
The letter also singled out the content of the future speech as being objectionable to the Attorney General:
I am especially concerned about featured speakers’ regular allusions to white nationalist ideals connected to the “Great Replacement Theory,” a conspiracy theory that warns of white genocide and efforts to replace native born Americans with immigrants. The theory is frequently linked to violent actions, including the racially motivated mass shooting that killed 10 people at a Tops Friendly Markets store in Buffalo. 1 Especially in light of this racist mass shooting, and other recent episodes of racially motivated violence in New York and throughout the country, the Office of the Attorney General is concerned that such rhetoric could contribute to violent or unlawful conduct at the ReAwaken America Tour’s upcoming event.
The letter ended with threatening language:
The Office of the Attorney General has a duty to protect New Yorkers from extremist and racially motivated violence. We stand ready to investigate any violation of the laws above and, if necessary, to enforce them to the fullest extent available. You are therefore instructed to take all necessary steps to ensure that the event complies fully with the requirements ofNew York’s civil rights laws and all other applicable state and federal statutes