Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch met with Congressional Republicans on October 20, to discuss her “tarmac meeting” with former President Bill Clinton she had in June 2016.
The topics of discussion remain unknown, but many believe it has to do with the Obama Justice Department giving Hillary Clinton a pass on plenty of illegal scandals, particularly her use of a private server to share classified material.
As expected, Lynch didn’t have much to say.
Mrs. Lynch stands accused of attempting to influence the FBI’s investigation into the private emails of Mrs. Clinton while secretary of state, although both she and Mr. Clinton said the meeting at the Phoenix airport happened by chance and it was merely a social encounter.
In June, during a testimony, former FBI Director James Comey told the Senate Intelligence Committee that the aforementioned meeting caused him to hold a press conference on behalf of Mrs. Clinton’s email use.
On Friday, Fox quoted sources that claimed former Attorney General refused to answer three questions: whether she instructed Mr. Comey to treat the DOJ’s Clinton investigation as a “matter”, whether she made a deal with the White House for the tarmac meeting with Mr. Clinton and if she could address any issues with Mr. Comey’s previous June testimony.
According to sources, Mrs. Lynch refused to answer any of the three questions.
So Republicans ask Lynch to comes clean. Lynch goes ahead and does the complete opposite, dodging the problems revolving her.
Perhaps they should treat her the way she deserves to be treated – like a suspect – in order to get her to answer everything the DOJ wants to know.
Perhaps the whole idea of legislators taking a lead in cases like this is a bad idea. It’s not about bad policies frankly.
It’s about crime, corruption, and abuse of power that happens in front of the eyes of the American people daily.
Lynch needs to be asked this questions under oath, in court. We need to stop this two-tier justice system placed by the previous administration and put a stop to corruption and injustice!
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