AG Lynch Admits Tarmac Meeting with Clinton Was Bonehead Move
by Kevin Jackson on December 20, 2016 at 12:24 PM
Attorney General Loretta Lynch admits the obvious. She shouldn’t have participated in the orchestrated clandestine tarmac meeting with Bill Clinton.
Whew! Now that’s off her chest.
Are we supposed to think differently about her now? What will history write about Loretta Lynch, another failed appointment of Barack Obama?
Lynch revealed what we already know about Democrats; that they hate getting caught.
In an interview on CNN, Lynch discussed the meeting with Bill Clinton, and the fact that the meeting was held as former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was under investigation by the House Subcommittee on Benghazi.
“You make a mistake and you own it,” Lynch told CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday.
And what was the consequence for having a meeting that could only be construed one way?
I say this, because had it not been for an airport employee, the nation would never have known about this secret meeting. Lynch commented to CNN host Jake Tapper,
“I do regret sitting down and having a conversation with him, because it did give people concern.”
Versus standing up and having the same conversation?
Lynch knows that conversation should have never taken place, under any circumstances. Yet, Lynch commented further:
“My greatest concern has always been making sure that people understand that the Department of Justice works in a way that is independent and looks at everybody equally.
“And when you do something that gives people a reason to think differently, that’s a problem. It was a problem for me. It was painful for me, and so I felt it was important to clarify it as quickly and as clearly and as cleanly as possible.”
And as Bill Clinton was famous for saying, “I feel your pain!” Except in this case, I don’t.
Like Holder before her, Lynch was a horrible AG. Just another dyed-in-the-wool Leftist, who cares only about keeping Democrats in power. Thus, the Democrats thought they had gotten away with this. They had swept yet another scandal under the rug, thinking America would simply dismiss it.
But this was another brick in the wall, and part of the reason Americans didn’t trust Hillary.