Bill Clinton Meets With A.G. Loretta Lynch to Resolve Hillary's Criminal Case
Sources say that 3 days before the Convention, Mrs. Clinton will plead guilty to a misdemeanor
July 2, 2016
Attorney General Loretta Lynch met privately with President Bill Clinton on a private plane. A source tipped off the local ABC TV station about the meeting, which reportedly lasted about 30 minutes, at Phoenix's Sky Harbor International Airport.
President Clinton reportedly knew Lynch was arriving soon and waited to meet with her. So the meeting does not seem to be "Impromptu," but arranged.
Lynch told reporters later that afternoon that their conversation was "primarily social and about our travels" and that "there was no discussion of any matter pending before the department or any matter pending before any other body," including Benghazi or State Department emails.
Sometimes, I wonder how stupid they all think we are. Of course they were discussing Mrs. Clinton's ongoing criminal matter or matters, and how they were going to resolve them. Seriously, add all this up:
1. Attorney General Loretta Lynch was appointed by President Barack Obama, who is campaigning every day for his chosen successor. A woman he also appointed to his cabinet, as Secretary of State.
2. As head of the Department of Justice, Lynch is the boss of the attorneys who will ultimately decide whether or not to prosecute Mrs. Clinton.
3. Under Watergate era Independent Prosecutor laws, Lynch could've appointed outside counsel to investigate and prosecute the Clinton case. She did not. This alone is a smoking gun, as to the near term future.
4. It is commonly believed in Washington that Gen. David Petraeus, former CIA chief, skated when he got to plead guilty to a violation of US secrecy laws. He as the only Republican in the Obama cabinet at the time, and what's good for the goose is good for the gander.
5. It is also widely believed in DC, by Dems anyway, that Mrs. Clinton's errors were all due to the 70 year old's lack of understanding about what a server is or does.
6. Bill Clinton himself is a disbarred attorney, impeached by Congress, who may soon live in the White House again as First Lady. Disbarred and impeached for perjury, who remembers any of that now anyway?
7. The great majority of criminal cases are dispoed by plea bargain. The system depends on it, otherwise there just aren't enough courtrooms in American to go around.
Our inside sources say that 3 days before the Convention, Mrs. Clinton will be indicted. Then she will be called into a courtroom where she will plead guilty to a misdemeanor count of Failure to handle classified documents properly, more or less the same deal Petraeus got. She will pay a $10,000 fine, do no time in jail (Petraeus didn't). She will become one of many millions of Americans convicted of a misdemeanor, who then went on with her life. By election day, who will even remember?
Watching Beyonce, Kanye and Bruce Springsteen perform at the Democratic National Convention, no one will remember. And aren't Donald Trump's legal problems with Trump University more embarrassing and problematic anyway?
The meeting occurred hours before the House Select Committee on Benghazi released its final report to the public. A lifelong secret service agent present at Phoenix Airport during the meeting, said Lynch's staff was astonished that the AG would take such a risk. But then again, she will need a new job next year.
The private meeting comes as Lynch's Justice Department is investigating presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's use of a personal, private email server during her time as Secretary of State.
"Lynch said the private meeting on the tarmac did not involve these topics," ABC 15 reports. Meaning the Democratic nominee's use of a personal private e mail server during her time as Secretary of State; and a separate scandal involving donations of funds by the likes of a Saudi prince, to the Clinton foundation, while Mrs. Clinton was Secretary of state.
"I did see President Clinton at the Phoenix airport as he was leaving and spoke to myself and my husband on the plane," Lynch said, not denying that she meet Hillary's Husband. "Our conversation was a great deal about grandchildren, it was primarily social about our travels and he mentioned golf he played in Phoenix."