Loretta Lynch was a terrible attorney general under Barack Obama.
She was involved in at least one of many missteps that Obama and the so-called mainstream media like to pretend didn’t happen.
But now Loretta Lynch reacted with horror when her role in this scandal went public.
According to Pulitzer-winning journalist James Stewart’s new book, as Attorney General under Obama, she was being spied on by disgraced FBI Director James Comey.
This bombshell speaks directly to Comey’s character and fits into a pattern of behavior by him and other highly-placed Deep State actors.
Stewart’s book alleges that Comey had a highly-placed informant inside Lynch’s office.
Stewart’s claims are that Comey spied on Lynch because he was “troubled” by Lynch directing him to refer to Hillary Clinton’s email scandal as a “matter.”
Comey obliged, but apparently had a spy within her office.
This is the same Loretta Lynch who met with Bill Clinton on an airport tarmac while his wife was under investigation from Lynch’s Department of Justice.
The cover story was that the two were simply having a friendly chat about their grandchildren, but that explanation didn’t satisfy many.
Comey appears to be truly slippery, as Donald Trump points out.
His M.O. seems to be to play both sides and get leverage on whoever he can using his position as FBI Director to do so.
Comey suspected that Hillary Clinton would win the 2020 election, so he invented a new legal standard to get her off the hook for the email scandal.
But Hillary lost to Trump, and now he had to shift his focus toward keeping his job under Trump.
However, at the same time this was happening, Comey was instrumental in the spy efforts against the Trump campaign in 2016.
He had FBI informants meet with low-level Trump campaign associates and attempt to entice them with dirt on the Clinton campaign.
But Trump campaign staffers George Papadopoulos and Carter Page didn’t take the bait.
When Trump pressed Comey to say publicly what he told Trump privately—that he wasn’t under investigation for Russian interference—Comey refused to do so and was understandably fired.
Comey immediately claimed he was “troubled” by Trump’s behavior, and admitted to leaking information to a college professor who in turn gave the story to the New York Times.
Comey’s FBI underlings were just as politically motivated and unethical.
Former Interim FBI Director Andrew McCabe admitted to discussing invoking the 25th Amendment against Trump.
FBI agents Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, who were engaged in an extramarital affair, traded text messages where Strzok said there was a plan in place to get rid of Trump.
The FBI Inspector General found the conduct at the FBI deeply concerning, and concluded that McCabe should be terminated with cause.
Comey’s track record suggests he’s a dishonest individual who cannot be trusted.
If Comey had the audacity to spy on two separate administrations, there’s no telling what he would do, especially to cover up his own misconduct.