Screen Shot 2015-04-03 at 6.06.57 PMLoretta Lynch is not an upgrade from Eric Holder.

In fact she’s been referred to as “Holder in a skirt,” and can likely be considered a near replica of the devious Attorney General.

Since being appointed she has faced pretty fierce resistance at the grassroots level.

Conservatives nationwide see that should she be elected she would continue to advance the socialist agenda that’s been firmly advanced upon by Obama and Holder and most liberals at large.

And though the Senate has held off voting for her for more than 20 weeks now, the good news is if a vote is cast she might not be able to take the position.

Maybe.

Thus America faces a crucial vote in the senate, one that with the GOP firmly in control should be easy to make.

With Lynch needing 50% of the vote to receive her appointment and with only 46 Democrats able to give a “Yay” it might just be she doesn’t get voted in.

The problem is there are four GOP senators – Susan Collins, Jeff Flake, Lindsey Graham, and Orrin Hatch – who would confirm Lynch.

So that means it’s split 50/50 at the moment.

These 10 below are the ones who really need to be talked to and whose offices need to be lit up so Lynch does not get confirmd.

  • Jeff Flake (R-AZ)
  • Michael Bennet (D-CO)
  • Mark Kirk (R-IL)
  • Susan Collins (R-ME)
  • Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND)
  • Dean Heller (R-NV)
  • Lindsey Graham (R-SC)
  • Orrin Hatch (R-UT)
  • Joe Manchin (D-WV)

As you may well know the biggest concern is if she’s appointed to the office, she’ll continue on with Holder and Obama’s systematic persecution of gun rights.

The right to bear arms is one of the most basic, most important rights we have… as all others are protected by it.

But should Lynch become AG, it’s not just possible — but probable — that she’ll bring the hammer down on the second amendment.

As Erich Pratt writes:

Lynch’s nomination is particularly pivotal because she is viewed as being groomed to be the fifth anti-gun vote on the U.S. Supreme Court, replacing either Anthony Kennedy or Antonin Scalia. Of course, if Lynch were to be confirmed to the court — riding on the wings of her AG confirmation — both Heller and McDonald would be overturned.  The Second Amendment, as far as the courts are concerned, would be a nullity.

That’s pretty scary stuff.

We’ve already seen how Obama’s willing to use the executive act to squash second amendment liberties, so if another later anti-gun President were to be in office, and 5 out of 4 Supreme Court justices were anti-gun, we could watch those rights disappear completely.

At this point, it’s not to late to keep her out of office… but it certainly will take some work.