The left and the press are pushing so hard to incriminate President Trump that they’re entirely overlooking the true underhanded dealings in the 2016 election. Maybe that’s on purpose, or maybe they’re just not motivated to look at the losing side. Either way, the attention needs to be drawn to any and all wrongdoing and election tampering.
Now, we know that former attorney general Loretta Lynch went to great lengths to cover up her attempts to “kill” the story revealing her meeting with former President Bill Clinton on an airport tarmac. That meeting came while she investigated Hillary’s email scandal, a controversy that dogged her campaign.
Looking into the life and dealings of public figures is somewhat routine, considering that they hold our national safety in their sometimes dirty hands. So it might be considered a little suspicious if one of these officials being investigated started doing its correspondence using a fake name. It’s not technically illegal, per say, but it’s a pretty sketchy ploy used by those who want to avoid normal consequences of their actions.
Loretta Lynch has been in warm, verging on hot, water ever since her obvious bias toward the Democratic party began to impede her ability to do her job under President Obama. However, the investigations on her haven’t been as fruitful as many knew they should have been, and now we know why. Silence Is Consent reported on Sunday about a hacker who was working on sorting out Lynch’s lies, but that information has now been confirmed.
Lynch used an email alias – Elizabeth Carlisle – to discuss ways to handle the Bill Clinton story. She purposely avoided using her government email account in favor of a personal one. Sound familiar?
The email alias has now been revealed, and the underhanded actions of Loretta Lynch are now plain to see.
Via Daily Caller:
Several of Lynch’s emails were included in 413 pages of DOJ documents provided to the conservative groups Judicial Watch and the American Center for Law and Justice. Both groups had filed lawsuits for records regarding Lynch’s controversial meeting with President Bill Clinton at the Phoenix airport last June 27.
Using the pseudonym “Elizabeth Carlisle,” Lynch corresponded with DOJ press officials to hammer out talking points in response to media requests about the meeting. The tarmac encounter drew criticism from conservatives because Lynch was overseeing the federal investigation into whether Hillary Clinton mishandled classified information on her private email system.
Lynch’s attorney, Robert Raben, confirmed to TheDC on Monday that Lynch emailed under that pseudonym. He pointed to an article published in The Hill last February in which the Justice Department acknowledged that Lynch was using an email handle that was not her given name.
“That address was and is known to the individuals who process [Freedom of Information Act] requests; the practice, similar to using initials or numbers in an email, helps guard against security risks and prevent inundation of mailboxes,” Raben said.
The Carlisle emails were discovered over the weekend by followers of Reddit accounts that support President Trump. Some users developed the theory that Lynch used her grandmother’s name as a her pseudonym. Others concluded that Lynch broke the law by using a pseudonym, though it is not illegal for government officials to do so.
Usually, the only reason to use a fake name is when you don’t want something to be associated with you, which begs the questions as to what she was distancing herself from, and why. It seems like it should be a conflict of interest that a public official with so much power could to do something that would affect the American people, but not take responsibility for it. She obviously wanted deniability, and if that’s not a sign of wrongdoing I don’t know what is.
This might spell terrible news for the former Attorney General who obviously hitched her wagon to the wrong candidate. If all her eggs were in Hillary’s basket, we might just get enough on her to send her away.
(Source: Daily Caller)