BREAKING! Attorney General Lynch ‘Pleads Fifth’?!?!?

Attorney General Loretta Lynch has been accused of “pleading the 5th” in declining to comply with Congress’ requests for information on the $1.5 Billion in Iranian ransom payments. The stonewalling of Congress by the Obama administration and the Justice Department continues as they continue to operate from smoke filled rooms, and ignoring Congress’ role in advise and consent. When will this trampling of our government and our citizens cease?

As Written By Adam Kredo for Free Beacon:

Attorney General Loretta Lynch is declining to comply with an investigation by leading members of Congress about the Obama administration’s secret efforts to send Iran $1.7 billion in cash earlier this year, prompting accusations that Lynch has “pleaded the Fifth” Amendment to avoid incriminating herself over these payments, according to lawmakers and communications exclusively obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.

Sen. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) and Rep. Mike Pompeo (R., Kan.) initially presented Lynch in October with a series of questions about how the cash payment to Iran was approved and delivered.

In an Oct. 24 response, Assistant Attorney General Peter Kadzik responded on Lynch’s behalf, refusing to answer the questions and informing the lawmakers that they are barred from publicly disclosing any details about the cash payment, which was bound up in a ransom deal aimed at freeing several American hostages from Iran.

The response from the attorney general’s office is “unacceptable” and provides evidence that Lynch has chosen to “essentially plead the fifth and refuse to respond to inquiries regarding [her] role in providing cash to the world’s foremost state sponsor of terrorism,” Rubio and ….

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Attorney General Lynch ‘Pleads Fifth’ on Secret Iran ‘Ransom’ Payments

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