Why Did Lynch Use Alias in Referring to Clinton Tarmac Meeting?

If someone didn’t do anything wrong, then is there any reason to use an alias when referring to what you did? That’s the question that Congress needs to be asking former Obama Attorney General Loretta Lynch.

On June 27, 2016, in the heat of the presidential campaigns and during the FBI investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email scandal, Lynch met with and talked with Bill Clinton on the tarmac as Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. This was quite unusual and drew many questions, but Lynch and Clinton swore that it was just a friendly meeting with no discussion about the campaign of email scandal. RIGHT!

However, in a trove of newly released emails, it has been discovered that whenever Lynch referred to her meeting with Bill Clinton, he referred to herself as Elizabeth Carlisle, as if she were trying to hide something.

Loretta Lynch used the alias “Elizabeth Carlisle” for official emails as attorney general, including those related to her infamous tarmac meeting last summer with former President Clinton.

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The emails were included in 413 pages of Justice Department documents provided to conservative watchdog groups Judicial Watch and American Center for Law and Justice.

Top federal officials using email aliases is not illegal or new, considering others in the former Obama administration also used them, arguing security concerns and spam to their official email addresses swamping their in-boxes…

According to testimony given by former FBI Director James Comey, it wasn’t too long after the Lynch Clinton tarmac meeting when Lynch asked him to slow down or make the FBI investigation into Hillary’s emails quieter. This is an obvious obstruction of justice that needs to be investigated and prosecuted. Everything about that tarmac meeting smells worse that week old fish.

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