Attorney General Loretta Lynch met with former President Bill Clinton at the Phoenix airport. Lynch claims that the thirty minute meeting was “primarily” social. What does “primarily” mean? Does she mean that they had coffee and mostly chatted about grandkids, and maybe, just briefly, talked about the UK’s withdrawal from the EU and its implications on the world economy?
Rush Limbaugh has his own idea about the meeting. He thinks that too many coincidences are lining up for the visit to be a simple social call. Lynch is supposed to be in charge of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a personal email server when she was Obama’s Secretary of State. Limbaugh suggests that perhaps the former President reminded Lynch who recommended her to Obama and has supported her throughout her tenure as Attorney General.
We can guess that the conversation was probably along the lines of, look what I’ve done for you, what can you do for me?
100 Percent Fed Up reports:
“So Clinton just happens to be told that Loretta Lynch is arriving soon when he just happens to be arriving to depart at Sky Harbor International Airport?” Limbaugh asked during his radio show Thursday. “[W]e are supposed to believe here that Bill Clinton, a 70-year-old man with a history of heart trouble, played golf in Phoenix where it was 108, 110 degrees?”
Limbaugh doesn’t seem to buy Lynch’s recanting of the meeting. Instead, he feels the discussion — which the radio personality believes was intended to be clandestine — involved Bill Clinton blackmailing Lynch, telling her to drop the email issue all together.
During his program, Limbaugh posed another possibility, in which Bill Clinton praised the attorney general and reminded her he “was one of the people that told Barack Obama to put you in this job,” adding that he’s been one of her “champions” for “I can’t tell you how long.”