Bill Clinton, former President and husband to the Democratic presumptive nominee, met with Attorney General Lynch recently. The 30 minute meeting was held on Lynch’s private airplane on the tarmac at the airport in Phoenix, AZ. It’s been reported that they talked about grandkids and golf, but when we connect the dots maybe something more ominous was going on.
First, Lynch is responsible for overseeing the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while she was serving as Obama’s Secretary of State. If she and the former President talked about the case, then there’s a problem. It would, however, be a conspiracy theorist’s dream come true! Second, it’s been reported that FBI agents around the private jet told reporters, “No photos.” Why not take photos? Maybe the Attorney General doesn’t want photographic evidence of the meeting. And finally, if all they talked about was grandchildren and golf, it doesn’t seem likely that it would have taken half an hour to do so. We think it would have been better for all parties concerned if this meeting had never taken place.
Conservative Tribune reports:
Attorney General Loretta Lynch had a meeting with former President Bill Clinton in a Phoenix airport earlier this week which she has said was limited to small talk. But the reporter who broke the story come forward Thursday with more information that made this already implausible story even more so.
The Daily Caller reported Friday that Christopher Sign of KNXV in Phoenix told Fox News that FBI officials on the tarmac had told reporters: “No photos.”
Sign told Fox News Host Bill O’Reilly on Thursday: “She arrives, some people step off of her plane, the former president steps into her plane. They then speak for 30 minutes privately, the FBI there on the tarmac instructing everybody around: ‘No photos. No pictures. No cellphones.’”