Loretta Lynch has zero integrity left and has become the most politicized attorney general in the history of the Justice Department. Her private meeting on the tarmac with Bill Clinton was just one of a host of pro-Hillary actions Lynch has taken during her short tenure at the post.
FBI James Comey was reportedly told not to send a letter to Congress to inform them the Hillary Clinton email case had been re-opened. Loretta Lynch did not want the letter sent,likely because she knew the information would quickly go public and her mentor’s wife would wind up losing the presidential race because of the renewed scandal.
“You don’t do this,” one former senior Department of Justice official told the New Yorker. “It’s aberrational. It violates decades of practice.”
The same unidentified source went on to say the DOJ doesn’t publicly note controversial cases which might relate to an election because “it impugns the integrity and reputation of the candidate. Even though there’s no finding by a court, or in this instance even an indictment.”
The so-called tradition was only jotted down on paper in recent history.
Barack Obama’s first Attorney General, Eric Holder, “formalized” the policy in a memo to DOJ staffers four years ago.
The Eric Holder memo warned staffers that when in the midst of handling politically infused cases, all department officials “must be particularly sensitive to safeguarding the Department’s reputation for fairness, neutrality, and non-partisanship.” Holder’s DOJ, much like Lynch’s, has not felt non-partisan at all.
Eric Holder claimed to want to prevent unfair conduct within the DOJ, especially near an election. “The timing of charges or overt investigative steps near the time of a primary or general election” should not happen without consultation with the Public Integrity Section of the Criminal Division of the Justice Department.
The FBI Director is a DOJ employee and therefore covered by its policies. When Kevin Lewis, a Deputy Director of Public Affairs for the Justice Department, was asked if Comey followed policy when sending the letter he felt compelled to issue to Congress, Lewis would only offered a “no comment” as a response.
In the letter to Congress, James Comey noted his agents did not yet “know the significance of this newly discovered collection of emails.” According to comments made by Judge Andrew Napolitano made on Fox and Friends Sunday morning, Loretta Lynch will not permit the FBI to review the emails found on Anthony Weiner and Huma Abedin’s laptop because their security clearance is not high enough to read such information.
One Obama administration source maintains Loretta Lynch “advised” James Comey to adhere to the DOJ practice of not taking any action which could influence the outcome of an election so close to voting day, BizPacReview reports.
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