Hillary Clinton, Loretta Lynch, Susan Rice, and a George Soros Representative Caught Up in Senate Probe
What do Hillary Clinton, Loretta Lynch, and Barack Obama have in common? Simple, all of them have perpetrated a fraud on the American people, abusing their positions of power for personal enrichment while playing to the agenda of their globalist puppeteers. Fresh off the news that the State Department is opening an investigation into Clinton’s email scandal, the Senate Judiciary Committee announced that it will be examining if former-Attorney General Loretta Lynch obstructed the investigation into the Hillary Clinton email server probe.
The dismissal of serial leaker James Comey has attracted much investigation, an investigation that the left fervently hoped would somehow result in Trump being deposed from office. These delusions are of course typical of the left nowadays, who see the Russians hiding under their kitchen sink. However, it does look like Comey’s firing has led to serious investigation; unfortunately for the left, the investigation is against Loretta Lynch, Hillary Clinton, and appears to be leading to…
In the following video, Today’s Yellow Snow (formerly Right Wing News) looks at news that the Senate Judiciary Committee has sent four investigatory letters, including one to Lynch. The committee is apparently quite concerned about how Lynch stifled the Clinton email investigation by directing that it be referred to as a mere ‘matter’. Another document shows a Democratic operative expressing confidence that “Ms. Lynch would keep the Clinton investigation from going too far.”
As you watch the video below, and then read the articles that follow, ask yourself a few questions: Have the chickens finally come home to roost for Clinton and her allies? Furthermore, does ANYONE believe Loretta Lynch or Hillary Clinton were acting WITHOUT Obama’s knowledge or permission? Lastly, when push comes to shove, do you think Hillary will protect Obama and the Office of the President, or do you think Hillary will look out for Hillary?
BE SURE TO WATCH THE WHOLE VIDEO! YOU WON’T BE DISAPPOINTED!
So, should President Barack Obama be freaking out about now? Considering he’s about to find himself one of SEVERAL potential targets of a separate special counsel involving a NEW criminal investigation focusing on HIS administration, and the other people around him are Hillary Clinton, Loretta Lynch, Susan Rice, and a Soros representative. Would you be nervous?
President Trump is ready to be vindicated in a major way—the Senate Judiciary Committee announced that it will be examining if former-Attorney General Loretta Lynch obstructed the investigation into the Hillary Clinton email server probe.
The New York Post reports that findings from the Lynch investigation could lead to the appointment of a separate special counsel for a new criminal investigation focusing on the Obama team. I bet the Democrats never expected THAT when they made up their phony Russian-collusion claims to trip up President Trump.
Lynch’s actions around the Hillary probe are extremely suspicious, here are three major things that we know:
1. During his Senate hearing, former FBI director James Comey said Lynch ordered him to called the criminal investigation into Hillary a “matter” rather than an “investigation.”
2. Then-Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Shultz claimed in an email intercepted by the FBI that Lynch told the Clinton campaign she wouldn’t let the email probe “go too far.”
3. Lynch refused to recuse herself from the email investigation after Comey raised concerns about a possible conflict of interest after her meeting on a tarmac with Bill Clinton.
These are just the things we KNOW, and they’re pretty bad—I can only imagine the things Lynch and the other Obama cronies did that we don’t know yet.
The Senate Judiciary panel can finally get to the bottom of this rabbit hole, and they can start by start by subpoenaing the Wasserman Shultz email, any and all notes about the issues, the NSA recording of the Lynch-Clinton chat in the government plane, and getting Wasserman Schultz herself to testify.
SPEAKING OF THE SENATE JUDICIARY PANEL…
The Senate Judiciary Committee announced Friday it sent four investigatory letters, including one to former Attorney General Loretta Lynch.
The letters, dated Thursday and signed by the committee’s bipartisan leadership, demand answers and documents related to the 2016 investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server, especially reports that Clinton campaign operatives expressed confidence Lynch would keep that investigation from “going too far.
The demand comes as the Judiciary Committee investigates the circumstances surrounding the dismissal of ex-FBI Director James Comey, in which the material may take on a new significance.
The New York Times reported this April that not only had Lynch told then-Director Comey in September of 2015 to refer to the investigation of Secretary Clinton and her staff as a “matter,” but that the Justice Department obtained a Russian document in March 2016 showing a “Democratic operative” expressing “confidence that Ms. Lynch would keep the Clinton investigation from going too far.”
The Washington Post followed up in May, calling the document “dubious” but identifying it as a Russian report on an alleged email between Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Leonard Bernardo, the Eurasia Director of leftist billionaire George Soros’s infamous Open Societies Foundations. The Russian report is said to have claimed Wasserman Schultz assured Bernardo that Attorney General Lynch had been in contact with senior Clinton staffer Amanda Renteria and told the campaign the investigation would not go too far.
According to a press release from Judiciary Committee Chairman Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), the investigatory letters come “as the Judiciary Committee is examining the circumstances surrounding the removal of James Comey as FBI Director.” Lynch, Renteria, Bernardo, and Open Society Foundations General Counsel Gail Scovell all were sent letters. By July 6, the Judiciary Committee requests copies of the documents and emails in question, and well as answers as to whether they existed in the first place and if the FBI had previously tried to obtain them for the recipients.
The Washington Post claimed that by August of 2016, the FBI was confident the Russian report was a forgery. Wasserman Schultz and Bernardo have denied sending any emails to or even knowing each other. Renteria has similar denials about knowing Attorney General Lynch.
Whatever the doubts about it’s authenticity, however, the document is widely claimed to have played into Comey’s decision to make his public pronouncements about the Clinton email investigation, the putative reason for his firing by President Donald Trump this May. Comey’s concern that the document might be leaked supposedly went far in convincing him he needed to get out of ahead of it and accurately characterize the investigation.
Subsequent events have confirmed certain concerns about Lynch’s conduct during the Clinton email investigation, which first came under general suspicion after she was caught by a local ABC news crew meeting with former President Bill Clinton only weeks before the Democratic National Convention as the investigation was still ongoing.
Comey, during his celebrated post-firing testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, confirmed that that meeting also played into his decision to make his public remarks on the Clinton investigation. At the same hearing, Comey confirmed that Lynch did, in fact, tell him to refer to the criminal investigation as a “matter,” and that request “concerned and confused” him.
Comey refused to answer a question about the Russian document posed by Grassley in his Judiciary Committee testimony while still FBI Director. In his post-firing testimony, as he confirmed the “call it a matter” request, Comey hinted that there were further actions taken by Lynch with regard to the Clinton investigation “which I cannot talk about yet.”
Article posted with permission from The Last Great Stand. Article by Michael DePinto.