“They lie, cheat, violate the rules, then cover up, and then they get away with it.” That’s the opening line of the opening statement made by Judge Jeanine Piro during her show on Fox News Saturday evening.
Judge Jeanine was referring to Democrats and how they covered up for the Obama administration.
Her point of reference is the meeting between Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton that took place on a tarmac in Arizona during the 2016 campaign. According to the judge, the FBI and the DOJ both colluded to afford Hillary Clinton a free pass in her email investigation.
She goes on to explain that after being denied the information they requested, the non-profit American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) has finally obtained hundreds of pages of documents regarding former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s tarmac meeting with former President Bill Clinton while the Department of Justice (DOJ) and FBI had an ongoing criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails. The results are shocking.
The first thing the new information proves is the fact that Comey’s FBI hid the truth. “Last July, we sent FOIA requests to both the Comey FBI and the Lynch DOJ asking for any documents related to the Clinton Lynch plane meeting,” said the ACLJ. The FBI, under the then directorship of James Comey, replied that “No records responsive to your request were located.”
Judge Jeanine points out that more documents have surfaced leading to one conclusion: The FBI and DOJ colluded to cover up ever last aspect of the meeting. She also says a new lawsuit is being launched on Monday to get more information that has been “blacked out” in the documents.
Judge Jeanine’s opening statement is a must watch and share.
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