TOM FITTON: FBI Delays Release of 16 Pages of Clinton-Lynch Tarmac Meeting Docs AGAIN

The FBI once again delayed the release of 16 pages of Clinton-Lynch tarmac meeting docs which were supposed to be given to government watchdog groups Thursday.

As previously reported, after twice-denying their existence, the Deep State admitted to Jay Sekulow and Tom Fitton it magically found more Clinton-Lynch tarmac meeting docs and will be forced to turn them over to the ACLJ and Judicial Watch by the end of May.

These Clinton-Lynch tarmac documents were located after a THIRD ‘search’. The new documents consist of 16 pages and 2 Strzok-Page text messages.

The text messages were already released to the public; we are still waiting for the FBI to release the other 16 pages of documents.

It is now June 1st and the FBI is stonewalling and slow-walking documents AGAIN.

President of Judicial Watch, Tom Fitton was furious on Friday after he found out the FBI wanted another week to turn over the 16 pages of Clinton-Lynch tarmac meeting docs.

Fitton called on President Trump to ask what is going on with the FBI stonewalling.

Fitton tweeted: FBI told @JudicialWatch (and the court) they would turn over “newly found” Clinton-Lynch tarmac docs yesterday, but now they want another week! We already caught FBI lying about hidden records once before! @RealDonaldTrump should ask what is going on!


At the end of November, Judicial Watch released 29 pages of Clinton-Lynch tarmac meeting docs which revealed the FBI wasn’t even concerned about the scandalous meeting, all they cared about was hiding the details from the public!

FBI officials were also scrambling to find the whistleblower, via Judicial Watch:

The previously released documents showed FBI officials were concerned about a leak that Bill Clinton delayed his aircraft taking off in order to “maneuver” a meeting with the attorney general. The resulting story in the Observer is seemingly confirmed and causes a flurry of emails about the source of the article. FBI official(s) write “we need to find that guy” and that the Phoenix FBI office was contacted “in an attempt to stem any further damage.” Another FBI official, working on AG Lynch’s security detail, suggests instituting non-disclosure agreements. The names of the emails authors are redacted. There are no documents showing concern about the meeting itself.

Once again Judicial Watch is doing the heavy lifting. You can donate to the watchdog group by clicking here.

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