Loretta Lynch has so far escaped accountability for her role in rigging the Hillary Clinton email investigation.
The controversial former Attorney General of the Obama administration expected to be protected from her lawless conduct since she was a member of the swamp.
But Lynch’s world has been turned upside down with some very bad news.
The fallout from Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report continues to spread.
And it has reached Lynch.
Lynch played a key role in the Clinton email investigation.
Former President Bill Clinton met with the then Attorney General onboard her government plane on a tarmac in Phoenix just days before then FBI Director James Comey announced he would not recommend charges be brought against Hillary.
To outside observers, it smelled like the fix was in.
In addition, former FBI Director James Comey testified to Congress last June that Lynch tried to pressure him into adopting Clinton campaign talking points.
Comey recounted how Lynch urged him to begin calling the Clinton email investigation a “matter.”
The former FBI Director testified that this concerned him because the FBI did not use terminology like that and “matter” was the word Clinton campaign aides were using to downplay the seriousness of the investigation.
Finally, Comey also believed Lynch was politically compromised.
Comey referred to a disputed story from last March that revealed the FBI was in possession of an intercepted email where a senior Democrat claimed everyone knew Lynch would go easy on Clinton.
CNN reported that the FBI acted on fake information, but former Deputy Director Andrew McCabe insisted the FBI had not been duped.
Outside of the Inspector General report, conservatives are also keen to question Lynch about a January 3rd, 2017 order that made it easier for agencies to share information across the federal government.
Critics contend the wider circle of individuals with access to classified information facilitated the Deep State’s illegal leaks of classified information that defined the early months of the Trump administration.
In response to these bombshells from the Inspector General report, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Iowa Republican Senator Chuck Grassley invited Lynch to testify before the committee.
But Lynch refused to show up.
That infuriated Senator Grassley.
In an interview with CSPAN’s Newsmakers, Grassley indicated he was willing to subpoena Lynch.
Grassley declared, “I want to subpoena [Comey and Lynch].”
“If Sen. Feinstein told me yesterday that she would do it, we’ll do it.”
This should terrify Lynch.
If Lynch is forced to testify under oath, she has nowhere to hide.
In a Congressional hearing, when investigators ask a witness questions, they already know the answer.
Should Lynch try to shade the truth or fib in order to cover up what she did during either the Clinton or Russia investigations, she can be charged with perjury.
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