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Clinton Meets with Lynch (They Think We’re Simpletons)


Aboard a “government-owned private jet,” whatever that is, former White House sleazemaster Bill Clinton had a private pow-wow the other day with Attorney General Loretta “What First Amendment?” Lynch.

Attorney General Loretta Lynch met privately with Bill Clinton in Phoenix, Ariz. Tuesday afternoon amid the federal government’s ongoing probe into Hillary Clinton’s unsecured email server.

Lynch met with the former president for 30 minutes aboard a government-owned private jet at Sky Harbor International Airport, local network ABC15 reported.

Lynch, who will have the final legal authority on any indictments concerning Clinton and her former State Department aides, only confirmed the unannounced meeting after she was pressed by the Arizona news station.

With an indictment in the middle of an election year hanging over Mrs. Clinton’s head, just as she bids to become our–God help us–president, we are asked to believe that the two party hacks talked about… well, nothing. The mean ol’ indictment, it just never came up in the conversation.

They think we’re simpletons. We must be, to be ruled by such as them.

It is grossly, blatantly, boisterously improper for the attorney general to be having a private conversation with the man who is married–I use the word loosely–to the subject of a massive FBI investigation. But since when have any of these people cared a snap for propriety?

I grieve for my country, whose people apparently cannot feel shame and who have so little self-respect as to consent to be governed  by moral imbeciles.


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