Sekulow: Redacted FBI Email Addresses in New Lynch-Clinton Docs Could Be James Comey (VIDEO)

An attorney for Trump, Jay Sekulow discussed the new Lynch-Clinton docs with fellow member of the American Center for Law and Justice, attorney Jordan Sekulow on his radio show Monday morning.

Jordan Sekulow pointed out that the new Lynch-Clinton docs released after a FOIA request, redacted FBI email addresses and speculated that if the emails went all the way up to the AG, they most likely went all the way up to James Comey; the redacted email address can actually be James Comey’s. 

“There are some redacted email addresses in the conversations with the FBI. You have to wonder, how high up did this go in the FBI and why did they redact who received it,” Sekulow asked.

“That’s another redaction we should look at,” Sekulow continued. “Why did they redact FBI email accounts if these were supposedly just public affairs people? Was it someone like James Comey’s chief of staff on the email? Or was it someone like James Comey?”

Sekulow made an excellent point. If these emails went all the way up to the Attorney General, they probably went all the way up to James Comey because he was facing a lot of media attention at the time.

“Let’s all recall that this leads up to within one week of all of this, the Hillary investigation for the first time is closed,” Jordan said.

This timeline is just incredible. The flurry of emails showing the internal panic and how high up these emails went is more proof that this meeting was not about grandchildren and golf. Conservative watchdog groups are now pushing to have the documents unredacted. The American people deserve to know exactly what happened during this tarmac meeting.

 

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