VIDEO: Why Did Bill Clinton & Loretta Lynch Have 30 Min. Private Meeting?

On Monday, former President Bill Clinton, husband of the presumptive Dem nominee, who is currently under FBI investigation, just happened to run into Attorney General Loretta Lynch at the Phoenix airport, where they had a private meeting.

Why Attorney General Lynch? Don’t you think that this sort of thing creates an appearance of impropriety?

As reported by ABC15, Phoenix, on Monday, the day before the release of the House Select Committee’s report on Benghazi, Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch had a 30- minute secret meeting on her private plane. Of course, their conversation was strictly a personal and friendly chat, focusing on grandchildren and similar topics. Gee, I wonder if they talked about yoga routines or wedding plans, too.

Apparently, Attorney General Lynch went out of her way to tell ABC15 that there was NO discussion of Benghazi or the current FBI investigation of her outlaw email server. OF COURSE NOT!

Methinks the Lady doth protest too much. Obviously, the fix has been in for sometime, as most of you know. Who does she think she is kidding? FBI Director Comey, are you watching?

BTW, have you seen this story on your local news, or on the national pretend news? Do you believe Attorney General Lynch when she says that they never discussed Hillary’s email troubles?


  1. Ev, you are SPOT on. The whole “oh gee we just ran into each other at the airport and decided to have a chat about our grandchildren” does not pass either the laugh test or the smell test. Someone should ask AG Lynch if she would have met with the spouse of someone she was investigating when she was a prosecutor in New York. Are you kidding? The idea is RIDICULOUS. She would have been called up on ethics charges. Now that she is part of a regime, which blatantly uses the instruments of government as political weapons, she doesn’t give a rat’s rear end about the obvious appearance of impropriety. I don’t think we should stop screaming about this sort of thing, even though the fix is in. Corruption needs to be exposed, and we need to make it clear that we DO NOT accept it!


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