Bombshell: FBI had evidence that Loretta Lynch intended to obstruct Clinton email investigation
James Comey confronted Loretta Lynch in the midst of the Clinton email inquiry with evidence that Lynch intended to ‘put the kibosh’ on the investigation.
The FBI confronted Attorney General Loretta Lynch with evidence obtained from two high ranking “political figures” that basically said Lynch had agreed to ‘put the kibosh’, basically end any investigation or an indictment of Hillary. That she was going to be safe.”
The confrontation between Comey and Lynch occurred in the midst of the Clinton email investigation, well before the FBI had come to any conclusion regarding the outcome of the case. Comey’s accusation was met by Lynch with “a long period of steely silence”, until Lynch asked Comey to leave her office.
Sara Carter of Circa News relayed the details of her report to Fox News host Sean Hannity:
Comey got ‘steely silence’ after confronting Loretta Lynch about Clinton’s email probe
John Solomon and Sara A. Carter | June 12, 2017
Ex-FBI Director James Comey has privately told members of Congress that he had a frosty exchange with Obama Attorney General Loretta Lynch last year when he confronted her about possible political interference in the Hillary Clinton email investigation after showing Lynch a sensitive document she was unaware the FBI possessed, according to sources who were directly briefed on the matter.
During his testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee last Thursday, Comey alluded to the second exchange after publicly discussing an encounter with Lynch, where she ordered him not to refer to the criminal probe of Clinton’ handling of classified emails not as an “investigation” but rather as a “matter.”
Comey told lawmakers in the close door session that he raised his concern with the attorney general that she had created a conflict of interest by meeting with Clinton’s husband, the former President Bill Clinton, on an airport tarmac while the investigation 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. (read more)