by Ruby Henley
The American Center for Law and Justice founded by President Trump’s new lawyer Jay Sekulow has uncovered collusion beyond anything ever documented in the history of government. I have heard so many times “a cover-up could not occur, because too many people would have to be involved.” That is the excuse given in so many cases to influence the public to disbelieve in “cover-ups.” In this case it proves that many people will work together in different areas of government agencies and media outlets, in fact, to cover-up and collude to protect a “higher-up.” The American people must upgrade their way of thinking after understanding how wide reaching the cover-up is in the Clinton/Lynch tarmac meeting.
The FBI lied that it had “no” documents when the ACLJ sued for them, the media was colluding with the Obama DOJ to bury the story, AG Lynch (AKA Elizabeth Carlisle) was using a secret email address to conduct official business, and the ACLJ has, also, uncovered that the White House was involved. You have a White House, a FBI, a Department of Justice, and several news outlets colluding to hide one meeting between a former President and an Attorney General. We must realize this meeting had to be a huge criminal endeavor.
As stories of collusion between President Trump and Russia have dominated government, news media, and American lives for months now, it is surreal to read about true criminal collusion between vital government agents. It is an insult to the American people, but this story also proves so many situations we have been led to believe could not occur, in fact, do occur and do involve a large number of people.
What the ACLJ has uncovered will help defeat Mueller’s special counsel investigation of President Trump. In fact, after reading the below I don’t see how they can possibly win. I am extremely thankful President Trump has Jay Sekulow on his team.
On the afternoon of June 29, 2016, two days after the Clinton-Lynch meeting, senior DOJ officials forwarded an email containing a transcript of AG Lynch’s press availability where she answered questions about the meeting directly to the Assistant Press Secretary and Spokeswoman at the Obama White House, Brandi Hoffine, that stated, “I’ve attached a document containing the transcript to this email, and I’ve included the text below. Please let me know if there is anything that needs to be corrected.”
Nineteen minutes later, the same senior DOJ official, Melanie Newman – the person who had taken point on the DOJ spin team – emailed the FBI to “flag” the story about the meeting – an email the Comey-led FBI told us last October didn’t exist. This email included the now redacted talking points – key spin the Obama deep state still doesn’t want the public to see.
It was Comey himself who testified that the Clinton-Lynch meeting was the impetus for his now infamous public announcement exonerating Hillary Clinton. He testified before Congress, “[I]n an ultimately conclusive way, that was the thing that capped it for me, that I had to do something separately to protect the credibility of the investigation, which meant both the FBI and the Justice Department.” We know that AG Lynch’s Deputy Chief of Staff contacted Comey’s Chief of Staff and Counselor, Jim Rybicki, with information that is still redacted on July 1st, just days before Comey’s public announcement.
We’ve also learned that within 2 minutes of the first press inquiry about the Clinton-Lynch meeting, senior DOJ officials had added Matthew Axelrod, the Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General, into the conversation. Axelrod was the number two to Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates and according to his bio, “took the lead in advising on crisis management within the DOJ, working closely with the White House, Congress, the FBI, and the media on DOJ’s most sensitive and high-profile matters.”
So within 2 minutes of learning that the press had found out about the secret Clinton-Lynch meeting, senior DOJ officials knew they had a crisis on their hands.
But it gets even worse. We’ve also learned that Paige Herwig, Counselor to AG Lynch, was directly editing the still redacted talking points. Herwig is now the Deputy General Counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary for Ranking Member Dianne Feinstein – the committee that is now investigating the Lynch matter. Before becoming Counselor to AG Lynch, Herwig was Special Assistant and Associate Counsel to President Obama.
The conflict of interest is astounding. Committee staff who are supposedly investigating this situation were the same people creating the talking points – Obama loyalists investigating themselves.
The most astounding aspect of all of this collusion is the mainstream media’s role. If you ever really wanted to know what “fake news” really is. You are about to understand just how deep collusion between the government and certain mainstream news media publications really go. It runs so deeply, it is much more prevalent than most of us could ever have imagined.
There is clear evidence that the main stream media was colluding with the DOJ to bury the story. A Washington Post reporter, speaking of the Clinton Lynch meeting story, said, “I’m hoping I can put it to rest .” The same Washington Post reporter, interacting with the DOJ spin team, implemented specific DOJ requests to change his story to make the Attorney General appear in a more favorable light. A New York Times reporter apologetically told the Obama DOJ that he was being “pressed into service” to have to cover the story. As the story was breaking, DOJ press officials stated, “I also talked to the ABC producer, who noted that they aren’t interested, even if Fox runs with it.”
Two days after the meeting, DOJ officials in a chain of emails that includes emails to Attorney General Lynch herself stated that the media coverage of the meeting “looks like all or most are FOX” and that “CBS . . . just says a few lines about the meeting.”
Fourth, DOJ bureaucrats have redacted all the talking points, discussions of talking points, a statement on the meeting that was apparently never delivered because there was not enough media coverage on the meeting, and its substantive discussions with the FBI on the matter. They absurdly claim the “deliberative process exemption” to FOIA, which is only supposed to apply to agency rulemaking processes.
The American Center for Law and Justice feels very optimistic about their investigation in Ex-Attorney General Loretta Lynch. It appears if they are right, a lot of heads are going to roll, but President Trump’s will not be one of them. I think you will enjoy reading the timeline of the key emails uncovered by the ACLJ.
You can read the email chain at this link: aclj.org/government-corruption/full-timeline–breakdown-of-uncovered-lynch-clinton-emails
The following is a timeline of the key emails uncovered by the ACLJ during its investigation of the clandestine meeting between Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton in the middle of the ongoing criminal investigation of Hillary Clinton over her email scandal.
The full document production, including the still redacted talking points can be found here.
In the timeline below, corresponding page numbers have been added in brackets to the actual emails in the full document production.
by Ruby Henley