Attorney General Loretta Lynch had a meeting with Bill Clinton in a Phoenix airport earlier this week which she has said was limited to small talk. But the reporter who broke the story came forward Thursday with more information that made this already implausible story even more so.
Here’s the bizarre report from the Daily Caller:
“Christopher Sign of KNXV in Phoenix told Fox News that FBI officials on the tarmac had told reporters: ‘No photos.’
“Sign told Fox News host Bill O’Reilly on Thursday: ‘She arrives, some people step off her plane, the former president steps into her plane. They then speak for 30 minutes privately, the FBI there on the tarmac instructing everybody around: ‘No photos. No pictures. No cellphones.’
So… if this was a supposedly ‘innocent meeting’ consisting of small talk, why would photographic evidence be a problem?
It appears that conservatives were once again right – this “chance meeting” reeks of impropriety even if you believe the cover story that they simply discussed – according to Lynch – grandchildren and golf.
Couldn’t Clinton and Lynch have discussed these non-critical topics at a later date, or via the phone or online chat?
A 30-minute private meeting right before the FBI was to give their recommendations on whether or not to indict Hillary Clinton is much more than mere coincidence.
Do you agree that the Lynch-Clinton meeting was to “encourage” the Attorney General not to indict Hillary Clinton – at least not before the November election?
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