Former President Bill Clinton’s Phoenix Sky Harbor run-in this summer with the current Attorney General, Loretta Lynch, was not an accident, according to author Edward Klein, and he cites a Clinton legal adviser as saying that it was all intended to be “a huge embarrassment to Loretta when people found out she had talked to the husband of a woman… who was under criminal investigation by the FBI.”
Did the Clinton intimidation effort work? According to David Martosko and the story of these new revelations by writer Klein in the UK’s Daily Mail online, “Hillary Clinton was never in any danger of prosecution for mishandling classified documents on her infamous homebrew email server, according to a book set to rock the election season.”
On Twitter, people have been tweeting about it, and asking that there be an investigation of Clinton’s confrontation with Lynch using the hashtag “#Blackmail” even.
— 500pagesAday (@500pagesAday) October 7, 2016
In fact, Martosko cites the tale of the former President’s “AG intimidation” and that “[Clinton] knew it would be a huge embarrassment to Loretta when people found out that she had talked to the husband of a woman – the presumptive nominee of the Democratic Party – who was under criminal investigation by the FBI.”
Others wondering about the Clinton intimidation efforts are concerned what this would mean if Hillary Clinton actually sat inside the Oval Office as president.
— Bimbo Dickens (@sornophysics) October 7, 2016
Klein’s account of the intentional humiliation of the Attorney General is also told from his posting over at the New York Post online.
Bill Clinton’s intention for a “bushwhacking” of the Attorney General in Arizona came after he was told by the legal adviser that there was “no downside for you” if he boarded her plane.
“… but she’s going to take a pounding if she’s crazy enough to let you on her plane.”
“[Clinton] knew it would be a huge embarrassment to Loretta when people found out that she had talked to the husband of a woman – the presumptive nominee of the Democratic Party – who was under criminal investigation by the FBI,’ the adviser told Klein.
“The fix was in, thanks to Bill Clinton’s plan to ambush Attorney General Loretta Lynch when their private jets were at the Phoenix airport at the same time.”
Another Klein book quote about Clinton intimidation mentioned over at WND, involves a young woman massaging the former president’s feet, and overhearing Bill Clinton making one specific phone call in her presence. Clinton told the person about his wife “making jokes about her disappearing emails” by using Snapchat.
“She’s f—ing over the FBI. How stupid is that? You and I need to talk. I’ll send a plane to get you.”
— Silence is Consent (@silenceconsent) October 6, 2016
From Klein’s own postings, there is more on what the author wants to tell concerned citizens about the Clinton intimidation effort. He quotes his source, Bill Clinton’s legal advisor, on the tarmac meet up in Arizona.
“It was clearly tortuous for Loretta. Bill told me later that he noticed there were beads of sweat on her upper lip.”
The Clinton intimidation effort results? The subsequent invitation from President Barack Obama for Hillary Clinton to come fly with him to a North Carolina campaign rally is also telling.
“[Obama] wouldn’t have let her use two of the greatest symbols of presidential power — Air Force One and the podium with the Seal of the President of the United States — if he thought there was even the slightest chance she was going to be indicted. But Attorney General Lynch had privately assured him that she wouldn’t let that happen, and that the fix was in.”
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