Comey Hints at Damaging Information on Loretta Lynch ‘Still Unknown to the American Public’
Fired FBI Director and attention whore, James Comey, is causing quite a stir with his new memoir “A Higher Loyalty,” set to hit shelves April 17.
In his new book, Comey personally attacks Trump and appears to be using information from his classified memos.
James Comey also hints there is damaging information about former AG Loretta Lynch ‘still unknown to the American public.’
Of course there is. We still haven’t seen the unredacted Clinton-Lynch tarmac meeting documents [apparently a conversation about golf and grandkids is considered to be sensitive enough for redactions].
Fox News reports:
James Comey’s cryptic reference in his new book to “a development still unknown to the American public” involving then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch and the Hillary Clinton email probe is sparking furious speculation inside and outside the Beltway.
According to ABC News, Comey writes in “A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies and Leadership,” that he became the public face of the investigation partly because of the mysterious development which he felt could cast “serious doubt” on Lynch’s independence.
“Had it become public, the unverified material would undoubtedly have been used by political opponents to cast serious doubt on the attorney general’s independence in connection with the Clinton investigation,” Comey writes, according to ABC. He calls the material a “development still unknown to the American public to this day.”
In November, Judicial Watch released 29 pages of Clinton-Lynch tarmac meeting docs which were previously withheld by the Justice Department.
The FBI wasn’t even concerned about the scandalous meeting, all they cared about was hiding the details from the public.
A sitting attorney general met with the spouse of a presidential candidate who was under FBI investigation at the time, privately on an airport tarmac.
One week after the Clinton-Lynch tarmac meeting, Hillary Clinton was exonerated by the FBI of the investigation into her use of a private email server where she exchanged highly classified information.
The DOJ continues to stonewall FOIA requests for the unredacted documents related to this meeting.
In January, an attorney for Trump, Jay Sekulow was furious after the DOJ blamed a “glitch” for withholding ‘missing’ Clinton-Lynch tarmac meeting docs from the ACLJ.
Glitches, golf and grandkids. Nothing to see here, folks.