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Congress Forces Attorney General To Admit Why She Let Clinton Off The Hook

Attorney General Loretta Lynch was promised she will serve as Attorney General under a Clinton administration, according to Members of Congress who have accused her of corruption and self-interest.

Attorney General Loretta Lynch was promised she will serve as Attorney General under a Clinton administration, according to Members of Congress who have accused her of corruption and self-interest.

Lynch, an appointee of the Obama administration, met with Bill Clinton on her private plane a few days before the recommendation not to prosecute Hillary Clinton was released. The Attorney General maintains that the case was not discussed – they spoke about grandchildren, she says – however every sane person in the country, and that includes some Members of Congress, find that hard to believe.

Congressman John Ratcliffe was the first to savage Lynch’s ridiculous story, making the connection that her decision to use the FBI’s recommendation not to indict came with strings attached – she would serve as Attorney General under a future Clinton administration, and make sure Clinton is immune from further prosecution.

A visibly uncomfortable Lynch deflects and obfuscates, and when pressed on the point she repeatedly refused to deny the allegation.

The case against Hillary Clinton was undeniable. Thousands of emails were deleted before the FBI could see them, and hundreds of classified emails went through an unsecured server located in Hillary Clinton’s bathroom. She put lives and national security at risk and lied to the public.

Here are some more clips of Representatives putting Lynch’s decision under the microscope, and exposing it as an indefensible, self-serving act.

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Passionate about motor sports, military history and the truth, Baxter has travelled in over 80 countries and won arguments in every single one.