Lynch Throws James Comey Under The Bus

[VIDEO] Former Director of the FBI, James Comey gets hit by all the bus wheels driven by his former boss, Loretta Lynch. Ms. Lynch seems to question his Congressional testimony about her directing his description of the Hillary Clinton “matter” not “investigation.” She does seem to have the same recollections that Comey does. Does this mean that Comey lied to Congress?

As Written and Reported By Christian Datoc for the Daily Caller:

Loretta Lynch cast aspersions on James Comey’s Congressional testimony, in which he suggested the former attorney general had told the former FBI director to refer to the Hillary Clinton email probe as a “matter, not an investigation.”

“He said, it made him feel strange,” NBC’s Lester Holt asked Lynch in an interview first previewed Monday. “He noted it. What did you mean when you said matter instead and not an investigation?”

“I heard about that testimony,” Lynch responded. “I didn’t watch it at the time, but it was brought to my attention later and people were raising it with me.”

“My first response was, ‘what, where is the issue here?’ I remember specifically talking with him – as we talked about sensitive things on a number of occasions,” she continued. “We often would have to discuss sensitive matters, sensitive issues, terrorism and the like, law enforcement policy and the like.”

“This was a very sensitive investigation as everyone knew,” she claimed. “And the issue when he and I sat down at that time, which I think was early in the fall of 2015, was whether or not we were ready as a department to confirm an investigation going on when we typically do not confirm or deny investigations into ……

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