Second Look: FBI Reopens Case Involving Clinton
The secret meeting on the tarmac isn’t going away. Now, too many questions are sitting unanswered.
The FBI has no choice but to address concerns that ethics were swept under the rug.
Recently, the Department of Justice was asked to supply specific documents regarding the infamous meeting. However, the DOJ blacked-out pertinent information to the investigation. Even though the documents were heavily redacted, a conspiracy between Lynch and Clinton was easily uncovered.
The meeting wasn’t impromptu, it was planned. And grandchildren weren’t the subject of conversation.
In fact, we recently noted:
One email exchange shows that Former Assistant Attorney General Peter Kadzik was brought in to assist with public relations issues on June 28, 2016, the day after the tarmac meeting. (Kadzik is a longtime friend of John Podesta and a Hillary Clinton donor, who was criticized as being conflicted when he was assigned as the Justice Department attorney to oversee the probe of Hillary Clinton’s and her aide Huma Abedin’s emails found on Anthony Wiener’s computer.)
Director of the Justice Department Public Affairs Office Melanie Newman sent an email to Richard P. Quinn, former National Security Assistant Special Agent, and Michael P. Kortan, who is currently the assistant director for Public Affairs for the FBI, advising them she wanted to “flag a story” about “a casual, unscheduled meeting between former president Bill Clinton and the AG.” And she provides the AG’s talking points.
Everyone knows one thing for certain. That meeting was set up for a purpose.
Bill brokered a deal for Hillary.
Once again, the Clintons used their influence to stay above the law. And it worked for quite some time.
However, back in June, we revealed that FBI agents were ready to expose the truth. At the time, we learned:
Anonymous sources in the FBI claim agents investigating Clinton were subject to higher-than-usual scrutiny. Agents had to sign “Case Briefing Acknowledgment” forms, non-disclosure agreements keeping them from speaking to anyone about the case unless called to testify. As a result, agents cannot go public with their opinions of the case, whether they agree with the final result or not.
Some of those agents privately tell the Post that they are “disappointed” with FBI director James Comey‘s decision not to recommend charges. Some were even more vocal: “FBI agents believe there was an inside deal put in place after the Loretta Lynch/Bill Clinton tarmac meeting,” said one source.
The World is Watching
Thanks to liberals and their witch hunt, congress does nothing but investigate everything under the sun. And now everyone is watching. Sweeping things under the rug is no longer an option.
Now, the FBI has officially reopened the case. Although some are still skeptical as to what the FBI will do with their findings.
According to the Daily Caller:
American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) President Jay Sekulow told Fox News that the FBI sent him a letter indicating officials reopened his Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) request, after initially denying the existence of records related to the Clinton-Lynch meeting.
The meeting between Bill Clinton and Lynch, which occurred at the Phoenix airport June 27, 2016, drew scrutiny as former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was being investigated at the time for improperly handling classified information.
“While we appreciate that the FBI has ‘reopened’ the case file and is now ‘searching’ for documents responsive to our duly submitted FOIA request from more than a year ago, it stretches the bounds of credulity to suggest that the FBI bureaucracy just discovered that ‘potentially responsive’ records ‘may exist’ on its own accord,” Sekulow, who is also a member of President Donald Trump’s legal team, said in a written statement.
Last week more than 400 emails were released from Loretta Lynch’s alternate email address. The emails support a cover-up after the meeting.
Obviously Hillary is shaking in her shorts.
Sources tell us she already has a deal in place. Discussions of a plea bargain started last month. As we said last week, the good news is no one died in the making of this deal. Because as we all know, those who challenge Clinton usually end up dead. By cutting a deal, nobody has to die, and Hillary Clinton can avoid prison. Maybe now the FBI can tell us what really happened.