One of the biggest scandals to come out of 2016 was the infamous June meeting between Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton on the tarmac of the Phoenix Airport.
At the time, the Justice Department’s investigation into Hillary Clinton was still ongoing, but just days later, FBI Director James Comey closed the investigation into the Democratic presidential candidate.
Of course, this led to mass outrage over the Obama administration interfering on Hillary’s behalf to have the investigation closed as she was running for president.
Lynch tried to pass her secretive meeting with Bill Clinton off as nothing more than two grandparents getting together to swap stories about their grandchildren, but we now know it was much more than that.
Evidence exsists that tarmac meet between Lynch & Bill Clinton was more than about grandkids She should be disbarred https://t.co/Itqc56JAhZ
— David A. Clarke, Jr. (@SheriffClarke) December 28, 2016
According to National Review, the Obama administration had to intervene in the investigation into Hillary because Obama himself was also guilty – a fact they were unwilling to let the public get ahold of. Hillary and Obama had both exchanged classified information over her private server. If she went down, Obama would have to go down, too.
There was so much evidence against Hillary that it seems ludicrous she isn’t in prison right now, and Americans were rightfully outraged when she was not charged with a crime. However, the explanation behind why her email scandal shook out the way it did is pretty simple: Hillary was never brought to justice because President Obama would have been exposed.
Though we now know exactly why Hillary wasn’t prosecuted, it doesn’t make the pill any easier to swallow. The man presiding over what is supposedly “the most transparent administration in history” let a criminal walk free in order to cover his own tracks. How’s that for corruption?