FBI ‘livid’ over Lynch/Clinton meeting, but NOT why you might think…

The FBI are not too happy about a recent meeting that went down between Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former President Bill Clinton. And apparently it’s not just the fact that such a rendezvous looks bad given the ongoing investigation into Hillary’s private email debacle.

According to a source on the inside, the FBI is furious over the get-together because the former president is a potential witness in the second part of their investigation.

TheBlaze reports, However, it’s not just because of how bad it looks amid the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email use.

“Not just because of the optics and the bad appearance, but also because Bill Clinton is a potential target, a potential witness intricately involved in the second part of the investigation,” Baier said. “And that is the corruption investigation into the possible mishandling, misdealings with the Clinton Foundation.”

Though Lynch claimed she and Clinton only talked about “grandchildren,” Baier said “you don’t have to be talking about the substance of investigations to have influence on somebody who is going to make a decision about the end result.”

“It’s a real problem,” he added.

Baier also noted that FBI agents were not please when President Barack Obama prematurely proclaimed there would not be any national security implications related to Clinton’s use of a private email server.


At this point, it seems awfully shady for this meeting to have occurred while Hillary is stumping hard for the presidency and is facing some potentially heavy charges for breaking federal law regarding her use of a private email account to conduct government business.

It’s obvious at this point the Democratic Party is desperate to protect Clinton in order to ensure yet another radical leftist takes the Oval Office and continues to build upon the progressive foundation laid down by Barack Obama.

Hillary is truly one of the most corrupt politicians in the world, and given the stiff competition for such a title, that’s really saying something.

What’s tragic here is that Clinton isn’t likely to pay for her crimes at all, proving that powerful, rich politicians truly are above the law.

[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]


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