Sunday, July 03, 2016

The Real Story Behind The Clinton-Lynch Meeting

Here's the narrative we're being expected to believe...Bill Clinton and Obama Attorney General Loretta Lynch just happened to run into each other at the Phoenix Arizona airport and had a friendly little chat for 30 or 40 minutes on AG Lynch's private plane about golf and grand kids.

That didn't pass the smell test with anyone but the most gullible true believers. For one thing, anyone familiar with the security arrangement involved in this sort of thing for ex-presidents and a standing Attorney General knows that this kind of meeting is arranged far in advance. Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch may want the peasants disarmed and helpless, but they have 24-7 well armed security provided for them by the taxpayers wherever they go and whatever they do. Not only that, but even for private planes takeoff has to be coordinated and scheduled with the airport and kept to that schedule unless there's a major emergency or maintenance issue.

And it's also obvious that the agenda for this meeting was also planned in advance. Chatting about grand kids and golf doesn't take 30 or 40 minutes.And heart patients usually don't subject themselves to triple digit temperatures by choice unless it's something vital.

Even more interesting, our Attorney General meeting with Bill Clinton was highly inappropriate for reasons we'll discuss shortly, and both Clinton, as a disbarred lawyer and Lynch knew that. It's also worth noting that the only reason we know about this is because of a reporter working for a local ABC affiliate reported on this. Not only was this initially ignored by the Ready For Hillary media, but the FBI actually made a cordon around the plane and informed everyone that no photos, no pictures,and no cell phones were allowed, according to Christopher Sign of ABC 15 in Phoenix who broke the story.

In other words, Clinton, Lynch and their media allies did their best to keep this a secret meeting and would have succeeded except for one reporter at a local outlet. Why else have the FBI guarding the meeting order everyone not to make any records of the Lynch and Clinton getting together that might leak out?

So, what was on that agenda? What were they talking about?

To answer that question, you have to remember that Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton go back aways. It was President Clinton whom picked her out of obscurity and made her a federal District Judge in 1999 just before he left office, and the Clintons and Loretta Lynch have known each other for some in crime, so to speak. To remotely think that the current FBI investigations weren't discussed is the height of naivete' and defies belief.

While we have no way of knowing exactly what was discussed, we can tell a great deal from the aftermath.

One lie being repeated over and over again in the 'ready for Hillary' media, including the New York Times, of course, is that Attorney General Lynch has now experienced a Road to Damascus moment, and that even though of course nothing illegal or improper was done, she really, really regrets having a chat with the former president. Or to put it more truthfully, she's sure sorry she got caught having a secret meeting with her patron.

So, just to show she's on the up and up, to quote pravda-on-the-Hudson, she's said "she would accept whatever recommendations career prosecutors and the F.B.I. director made about whether to bring charges in the case."

Except that's not what she said at all.

Actually, what Loretta Lynch said is that' I FULLY EXPECT to accept their recommendations.' That can mean anything. She could decide (wink, wink) to simply continue to stonewall. She could, for instance, decide to accept some of the charges more easily defended by the Clintons in court and ignore others, something that could be determined by clandestine meetings with the Clintons and/or their legal team...especially since she will have full access to all the evidence against them in advance.

She will also be in charge of the prosecution, deciding which lawyers become prosecutors and how the case is prosecuted, which could mean a poorly prosecuted case as opposed to one designed to actually convict.

By not recusing herself, she remains in control and is letting us know that a deal has been cut between her and the Clintons...a Supreme Court nominations perhaps, a position as dean at a major law school, or simply cold cash. It could be anything.

Another little tidbit that the media is ignoring is that a mere two days after her secret meeting with Mr. Bill, the Justice department filed a motion in federal court seeking a 27-month delay in producing correspondence between former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s four top aides and officials with the Clinton Foundation. What's under investigation? All those lucrative speaking fees and huge donations to the Clinton Foundation that came from foreign countries and large corporations who just happened to have business pending at the State Department while Mrs. Clinton was running it. And whose being investigated? Not only Hillary's minions Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills, but ex-president Bill Clinton, the head of the Foundation.

Yes, you got that right. We're not just talking about Mrs. Clinton. The head of America's Department of Justice, the chief law enforcement officer in the nation met secretly with bill Clinton, whose also under investigation by the FBI.

So we're talking about this evidence not being submitted until October 2018, about 22 months into Mrs. Clinton's presidency if she's elected.

And even if the motion isn't granted (unlikely since the judge involved is U.S. District Court Judge Rudolph Contreras, a President Obama appointee), just look at how the State Department has already been stonewalling:

Citizens United has sued for emails between a handful of State Department officials and people at the Clinton Foundation and a consulting firm, Teneo Consulting, which has ties to the Clintons.

Among other errors, State officials said than an initial test looking at just 300 emails, which was used to calculate the amount of time necessary to process the emails, neglected to include keyword searches of the messages. Instead, they only searched the “To” and “From” lines of the messages, which failed to catch many emails.

State Department officials also “inadvertently” labeled some email attachments as irrelevant to the open records request, without checking them to make sure.

No wonder their initial estimate that only 6,000 emails and other documents were exchanged by State Department figures with the Clinton Foundation has now changed to “34,116 potentially responsive documents.”

Any honest attorney general would have appointed a special prosecutor long ago, and certainly would NEVER have met with someone who's under a criminal investigation. That's not what we're dealing with here.

What we'll see is a long period of stalls and legal gymnastics for the next four months until after the election, when Loretta Lynch will either decide that the evidence is 'insufficient to prosecute' or will file a motion of disinclination to prosecute, just like Eric Holder did to protect CAIR and the other Muslim Brotherhood front groups from being prosecuted for money laundering and material aid to terrorism.

Don't expect much to come of this. The fix is in.

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