Attorney General Loretta Lynch was threatened by Bill Clinton, according to a Department of Justice source, which then set in motion an ‘obvious and ridiculous’ chain of events that culminated in Hillary Clinton being let off the hook, despite FBI Director James Comey essentially stating that she broke the law.
The chain of events was so ‘ridiculous’ that the beleaguered Attorney General Loretta Lynch even attempted a joke, saying that she wished she knew “where the lock on the plane door was” when Bill Clinton was striding along the tarmac toward her plane.
“Loretta was shitting bricks after that meeting. Suddenly we had a whole new strategy, and things moved fast.”
“It was just a f***ing mess in the Department. Everybody, including the FBI, did a U-turn.”
Congressman John Mica also referred to the “fishy” nature of the chain of events while questioning FBI Director John Comey about the scandal in the House of Representatives.
“My folks think there is something fishy about this. I’m not a conspiracy theorist, but there are a lot of questions on how this came down.”
The moment the unwanted meeting between the Attorney General and Bill Clinton was over, the wheels started whirring at high speed and the mechanisms to get Hillary off the hook were set in rapid motion.
The FBI interviewed Hillary Clinton without placing her under oath and without recording the interview. Obama campaigned with Hillary on Air Force One to distract attention. Then the FBI cagily said Hillary was guilty in their eyes, but recommended against pressing charges.
Less than a week after the Attorney General was allegedly threatened, Hillary was free to continue her White House push, despite clearly being guilty of some of the same crimes Edward Snowden has been charged with.
A Marine Corps officer who has been locked in a legal battle with his service after self-reporting that heimproperly disseminated classified information – on a much lesser scale than Clinton – is now demanding the same treatment that Hillary received.
To quote Bill Clinton, “There’s one set of rules for us, and another set for everybody else.“