Former attorney general Loretta Lynch faces potential charges stemming from her interactions with the Hillary Clinton campaign during the 2016 election. Lynch exchanged classified information with Amanda Renteria, a senior staffer on the Clinton campaign. This could have violated laws pertaining to mishandling of classified information and also obstruction of justice.
Top level Clinton 2016 campaign operative and AG Lynch were in communication with each other in 2016 and exchanging “highly classified” material that not even Horowitz can talk about. pic.twitter.com/nqQS06IR0T
— Joe Palmer 🇺🇸 ✘ (@JoeSPalmer) June 18, 2018
Now here’s where it gets even more interesting. James Comey announced no charges against Hillary Clinton in his first announcement, supposedly because he saw a Russian intelligence document showing that Lynch was compromised due to her relationship with Renteria. Was the Russian document real or fake? Nobody seemed to know at the time, but it was enough to influence Comey’s thinking. Now, thanks to Horowitz, we know that Lynch almost certainly did assure Renteria that no charges would be filed against Hillary Clinton.
The Washington Post reported in 2017: “In the supposed email, Wasserman Schultz claimed Lynch had been in private communication with a senior Clinton campaign staffer named Amanda Renteria during the campaign. The document indicated Lynch had told Renteria that she would not let the FBI investigation into Clinton go too far, according to people familiar with it. Current and former officials have argued that the secret document gave Comey good reason to take the extraordinary step over the summer of announcing the findings of the Clinton investigation himself without Justice Department involvement. Comey had little choice, these people have said, because he feared that if Lynch announced no charges against Clinton, and then the secret document leaked, the legitimacy of the entire case would be questioned.”
But there’s more.
Former president Bill Clinton offered Loretta Lynch the Attorney General job in a Hillary Clinton administration while secretly meeting with Lynch on an airplane tarmac, according to documents reviewed by President Donald Trump.
President Trump discussed the information with top lawmaker Rep. Ron DeSantis, a member of the House Oversight and Government Reform committees. Big League Politics exclusively confirmed these facts with a U.S. Senate committee adviser.
This news comes on the heels of Lynch’s interview with TV’s Lester Holt, in which she continued to claim that she and Bill Clinton did not discuss anything nefarious and directly contradicted James Comey’s testimony about the meeting. At the time of the tarmac talk, Hillary Clinton was mired in the email-scandal investigations. Clinton and Lynch were caught on the tarmac by a local reporter. Lynch served as attorney general in the Barack Obama administration and wanted to keep her job.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) under director James Comey carefully plotted logistics and security for President Bill Clinton’s meeting on an airplane tarmac with then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch during the 2016 campaign.
The FBI then attempted to cover up the tarmac meeting by targeting a Bureau whistleblower. The FBI worked with its offices around the country to execute the plan.
Breaking Judicial Watch emails (READ THEM HERE) show an FBI plot to cover up Bill Clinton’s meeting with Lynch, which Lynch claimed was just about golf and grandchildren…
A knowledgeable FBI insider tells Big League Politics that it was bizarre and completely revealing that different security units, including apparent city police departments, were contacted about security detail for the trip before it happened…
But there’s more.
The National Security Agency (NSA) blocked the release of a purported tape of Bill Clinton and former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s private airplane talk with a rare legal justification used to protect top national security secrets.
The NSA’s block of the release of this information — citing one of President Obama’s executive orders — undercuts Hillary Clinton’s claim that her husband and Lynch had a “purely social” conversation about grandkids and golf on June 27, 2016, two weeks before Lynch dropped the Department of Justice investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email scandal…
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