Grandchildren. That was the alleged topic of conversation in the infamous “tarmac meeting” between Bill Clinton and Obama’s AG Loretta Lynch. Reasonable people concluded that was a farce from the very beginning, but that didn’t stop liberals from pushing the narrative. But, as we have said many times, the truth seldom stays hidden.
FBI Director, James Comey, has been working furiously to repair the damaged reputation of the bureau. He recently approved a new television series titled “Inside the FBI: New York” to give the public a “different perspective” of the agency. And now, he has outed Loretta Lynch in front of the entire country.
A blistering New York Times report has revealed that Comey was concerned that Lynch would not be “objective about prosecuting Clinton” for her mishandling of classified documents. His suspicions were first confirmed when Lynch insisted that he not refer to the investigation as an “investigation,” but rather as a “matter.”
“At the meeting, everyone agreed that Mr. Comey should not reveal details about the Clinton investigation. But Ms. Lynch told him to be even more circumspect: Do not even call it an investigation, she said, according to three people who attended the meeting. Call it a “matter.”
According to the NYT, Mr. Comey and other F.B.I. officials regarded Lynch’s directive as…