Do you recall the “chance meeting” that happened in late June between former President Bill Clinton and Attorney General Loretta Lynch on the tarmac of the Phoenix airport?
When many presumed the topic of discussion between the two on Lynch’s plane centered on the FBI’s investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s unauthorized use of a private email server for official government business, that presumption has been staunchly and repeatedly denied by the participants and their cohorts in liberal media.
But according to an excerpt of a new book by investigative author Ed Klein published in The New York Post, their conversation was centered on the FBI’s investigation, and the meeting was most certainly not by chance.
“Don’t take off!” Clinton reportedly shouted to his pilot after receiving word that Lynch’s plane was due to land at the same airport he was about to take off from.
One of Clinton’s trusted legal advisers to Klein how Clinton had called him up, explained the situation, then said, “I want to bushwhack Loretta. I’m going to board her plane. What do you think?”
The adviser replied, “There’s no downside for you, but she’s going to take a pounding if she’s crazy enough to let you on her plane.”
“He knew it would be a huge embarrassment to Loretta when people found out that she had talked to the husband of a woman – the presumptive nominee of the Democratic Party – who was under criminal investigation by the FBI,” Klein was told by the adviser. “But he didn’t give a damn. he wanted to intimidate Loretta and discredit (FBI Director) Comey’s investigation of Hillary’s emails.”
The adviser wasn’t on the plane for that meeting, but he did recall discussing the conversation with Clinton afterwards, noting that Lynch had reportedly been nervous, but fully understood the “message that Hillary had a power base that included ‘the full weight of the Clinton machine, the Democratic Party, and the White House.”
“Bill said he could tell that Loretta knew from the start that she had made a huge mistake,” says the adviser. “She was literally trembling, shaking with nervousness. Her husband tried to comfort her; he kept patting her hand and rubbing her back.”
After around 30 minutes, Clinton left, satisfied with the promise from Lynch that his wife would not face an indictment or prosecution for her “extreme carelessness” in mishandling classified materials on her private server.
Of course, the information in Klein’s book has yet to be verified and corroborated, but judging by many of the known facts surrounding that meeting on the tarmac, what he described is clearly plausible.
Sadly, as things stand right now, Hillary Clinton won’t be prosecuted for her crimes, nor will Bill for what seems to be his interference in a federal investigation.