The left doesn’t like to play by the rules or follow the law.
But a string of lawsuits have sprung up in recent months demanding information about their wrongdoings.
And the latest lawsuit reveals something so shocking you’re going to have to see it to believe it.
The lawsuit was filed to find out more information about the infamous tarmac meeting between then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former President Bill Clinton.
This is the same meeting that took place during the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
While Lynch claimed the meeting was nothing more than a short chit-chat between two friends who happened to be at the same airport, many Americans speculated something much more sinister had occurred.
This latest lawsuit validates those concerns.
Filed by the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), a Freedom of Information Act Request resulted in the Department of Justice releasing 413 pages of documents related to their meeting.
The documents revealed a lot of shocking information.
They showed that reporters had been reluctant to cover the meeting, and that Lynch felt the need to use an alias for official DOJ emails, including the ones related to their rendezvous.
The 413 pages of documents also prove that there were email exchanges between the DOJ and the White House regarding their meeting.
As reported by Fox News:
“A lawsuit against the Justice Department has revealed new details about the infamous tarmac meeting between then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former President Bill Clinton.
Due to a Freedom of Information Act request from the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), the DOJ released 413 pages of documents related to the June 27, 2016 meeting.
The documents revealed that reporters were reluctant to cover the the meeting, and also that Lynch used an alias for official DOJ emails, including those related to the meeting.
Jay Sekulow, an attorney for President Trump and chief counsel for the ACLJ, said the documents also show that there were email exchanges between the FBI and the DOJ, and the DOJ and the White House, regarding the controversial meeting.”
This document is the bombshell that conservative Americans have been waiting for.
And while what was on the documents themselves was already huge news, what wasn’t on the documents might be an even bigger story.
There were huge chunks of text blacked out and redacted from the public eye.
One email that had “talking points” to be used in response to media inquiries about their meeting was redacted entirely.
Jay Sekulow, an attorney for President Trump and chief counsel for ACLJ, has been one of many spearheading this lawsuit.
Sekulow stated he is planning on going back to court to get the full unredacted documents.
He believes he will get them based on the fact that there is no basis on which the documents should have been redacted in the first place.
What do you think? Should we be able to see the unredacted documents?
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