Remember back during the presidential election, Obama’s Attorney General Loretta Lynch had a private conversation on a grounded airplane with Bill Clinton?
They both said they caught up on golf and grandkids. Sounds like bullshit right?
Loretta Lynch, during the time of the meeting, was investigating Hillary Clinton’s email ‘practices’.
Bill and Lynch had a 30 minute conversation.
Here is what Loretta had to say: ‘I did see President Clinton at the Phoenix airport as he was leaving and spoke to myself and my husband on the plane,’ Lynch said at a press conference when asked about the prolonged chat, which took place aboard a jet on the tarmac.
But she indicated it had nothing to do with the controversies swirling around the presumptive Democratic presidential candidate.
‘Our conversation was a great deal about grandchildren, it was primarily social about our travels and he mentioned golf he played in Phoenix,’ Lynch said.
Lynch’s husband apparently was along for the trip as well.
The NSA is indirectly confirming our suspicions that ‘golf and grandkids’ weren’t the focus of the conversation.
Thanks to a researcher, the NSA showed their hand when they came out with this statement: A citizen researcher from Florida is attempting to have the recording of the infamous Bill Clinton/Loretta Lynch tarmac tape released to the public, but apparently, the National Security Agency claims they won’t release it due to “national security.”
The man researching and seeking to have the tape released is Florida orthodontist Larry Kawa. You may remember him because of Judicial Watch’s filing of a lawsuit on his behalf to obtain a week’s worth of Hillary Clinton’s emails regarding Benghazi.
It’s being reported now that the NSA has declared the recording of the conversation that took place between Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch in Phoenix, Arizona on June 27, 2016.
This is a seriously big ‘AH-HA!’ moment.
What do you think Bill and Loretta discussed that the NSA considers it a risk for national security if the transcripts were released?