Maybe It’s Time to Stop ‘Thinking about Tomorrow’

With the investigation into his wife’s wrongdoings while Secretary of State drawing to a close (she was questioned yesterday for 3½ hours by the FBI, which usually is done at the end of an investigation) Bill Clinton hopped aboard a government plane on the tarmac in Phoenix. Aboard that plane was Attorney General Loretta Lynch, tasked to decide on whether to indict Hillary. The meeting stirred up a raft of speculation about the odorous half-hour discussion they held in private and her continuing role in the matter.

For example: How is it that Lynch and Bill Clinton were both in Phoenix on the tarmac at the same time?

  • Ron MacDonald

    Why did the FBI prevent people from taking photos or videos? This was a planned meeting.

    • Clinton

      Yes. And while Bill Clinton can order around his own Secret Service
      detail, he has no authority to order Lynch’s FBI security detail to
      prevent photos or video. The order to the FBI to deny photos had
      to come from Lynch. So yes, this wasn’t impromptu– there was
      planning involved.

      As an aside– what sort of lapdog “journalists” do we have nowadays
      that meekly put away their cameras when ordered by government
      officials? Any journalist actually worthy of the name would have
      moved mountains to get a shot of that meeting.

  • barryjr

    So the skank won’t get charged in return for Lynch keeping her job.

  • Hard Little Machine

    The only difference between the US and some Central American banana republic is our leaders wear suits not garish faux military uniforms.