Skip to comments.CLINTON-LYNCH TARMAC MEETING ‘BOTHERED’ COMEY — JUST NOT ENOUGH TO ASK HILLARY ABOUT IT
Posted on 12/10/2018 3:07:59 PM PST by E. Pluribus Unum
Former FBI Director James Comey admitted that the tarmac meeting between then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton bothered him but according to his closed-door testimony, he didnt direct FBI agents interviewing Hillary Clinton to ask about it.
@paulsperry BREAKING: Comey confirms he never directed FBI agents interviewing Hillary to ask her about the tarmac meeting just days earlier b/t her husband & AG Lynch, even tho he claims the meeting bothered him so much he made insubordinate move to cut Lynch out of plans to clear Hillary
Calling the meeting highly unusual, he conceded that after learning of the meeting, I was very concerned.
James Comey's closed-door testimony on 2016 FBI probes: 'I was very concerned' by Loretta Lynch's tarmac meeting with Bill Clinton
Comey mentioned Lynch with regard to the Clinton investigation in his book, A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies and Leadership, but said then that he had ultimately concluded that she had not interfered.
He appeared to contradict himself, however, when he referenced still classified information, which he said was unverified but would undoubtedly have been used by political opponents to cast serious doubt on the attorney generals independence in connection with the Clinton investigation.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailycaller.com ...
I think Whitaker should appoint two special counsels, one to investigate political bias, integrity, and leaks at the FBI, and, second, the Clintons. Clearly the FBI/DOJ is corrupted and can’t investigate itself. Way past time to investigate, clean house, and throw a bunch of folks in jail.
The guy is dirty.
Comey is a lawyer. Not a lawman. Right Obama?
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