So, There Really Is A Clinton Cover-Up [Video]

Thans to the determined efforts by Judicial Watch and the Freedom of Information Act, we now get to see inside the FBI and a Clinton cover-up. Remember the infamous Phoenix tarmac meeting between Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch?

That was just before her email server investigation was to have culminated. According to the FBI at one time, they had not one shred of evidence about that meeting. It was a lie. But look at what the FBI was really worried about! Why? It will now be up to Congress to get to the bottom of this mess. 

As Written By Tom Fitton for Fox News:

In Washington, the ostensible story is rarely the real story. We know, for example, that former President Clinton engineered a meeting with President Obama’s attorney general, Loretta Lynch, on the tarmac of the Phoenix Airport on June 27, 2016.

That’s the official story, replete with the charming and intentionally disarming detail that all they talked about was their grandchildren. It was just coincidental, don’t you know, that at the time the FBI was looking into Hillary Clinton’s use of a “personal” email server to send, receive and store classified information.

And it was also simply coincidental that just a few days later, the director of the FBI – who served under Attorney General Lynch – announced that he wouldn’t recommend a prosecution of Hillary Clinton.

Richard Nixon must be rolling over in his grave.

What we haven’t known, until now, is that a frantic scramble erupted in the halls of the FBI to cover up this meeting. In fact, the FBI turned its sharp light not on the scandalous meeting between the attorney general and Bill Clinton – but rather on one of the whistleblowers who got the word……


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