Inside sources claim former Attorney General Loretta Lynch asked James Comey to leave the office when he presented her with highly sensitive evidence that she was part of Clinton email cover-up.
Listen, Comey was afraid of Lynch in every aspect of the word. He also walked on tip toes with Barack Obama as he was both of their bosses. Could Comey have fixed the entire situation? Sure. He would have resigned to bring a huge light on the corruption he saw, but that would have placed him in so much danger, he didn’t have the stomach for it, as we have learned.
Inside sources claim Comey told members of Congress how he had a “frosty exchange with Lynch after he presented her evidence of political interference between herself and the Clinton email investigation. Here’s the icing on the cake, Lynch didn’t know Comey had this so imagine her shocked response.
During the public testimony, Comey “alluded” to the exchange when he said Lynch wanted him to change the language of the investigation to become a “matter.” Inside sources also content during the closed-door session he has told Lynch she created a conflict of interest meeting Bill Clinton on the tarmac as the investigation into Hillary was ongoing.
During the conversation, Comey told lawmakers he confronted Lynch with a highly sensitive piece of evidence, a communication between two political figures that suggested Lynch had agreed to put the kibosh on any prosecution of Clinton.
Comey said “the attorney general looked at the document then looked up with a steely silence that lasted for some time, then asked him if he had any other business with her and if not that he should leave her office,” said one source who was briefed.
Comey “took that interaction and the fact she had met with Bill Clinton as enough reason to decide he would not allow the Justice Department to decide the fate of the case and instead would go public” with his own assessment that the FBI could not prove Mrs. Clinton intended to violate the law when she transmitted classified information through her private email and therefore should not be criminally charged. Another source said the “tarmac meeting was the public excuse for not going to Lynch when all along there was other evidence that was more concerning to Comey.”
Comey announced his assessment that while Clinton had been reckless he did not believe he could prove intent to commit a crime on July 5, 2016, a decision that has been criticized by some lawmakers and resulted in discord among the bureau’s agents who investigated Clinton.
Now that’s something to think about today huh? Lynch needs to be called before Congress, and things have to be sorted out. I am shocked Sen. Diane Feinstein and a few more Democrats want Chairman Sen. Chuck Grassley to bring in Lynch after learning this information.
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