Well, guess what? After a significant stand off on the subject where the FBI said there were no records related to the tarmac meeting, the agency has finally admitted that there were records, nearly five hundred pages of information. And Jay Sekulow, the courageous and bird-dogging head of the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) is leading the charge. It was Sekulow who exposed the FBI when it sent him a notice that there were no records and it was Sekulow who resubmitted his request and now has been told that the records have been located. Now we don't know what's in them, and we don't know how heavily the releases will be redacted, but we do know that Sekulow caught the FBI with "their pants down" which now opens the discussion of why did they stonewall.
This much I can guess at and you can, too. There is no way that Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch met in private on the Phoenix tarmac by accident nor did they meet to discuss grandchildren. If they had, there would not be nearly five hundred pages of documentation to and from the FBI including input by the Washington Post which was included. The stench of coverup of something is clearly in the air and with a man like Sekulow on the hunt, he's surely going to find something.
And for those of you who wonder why should the past be brought up I have this response. Loretta Lynch was the head of the federal agency responsible for justice under the law. And for her to meet with the man who appointed her as a federal attorney only three days before the fate of Hillary would be released regarding the email scandal is certainly not a coincidence. And James Comey himself, as head of the FBI, refused to acknowledge the depth of what was discussed at the meeting and that needs to come out in the open. We're either a free and honest society with equal justice for all or we are just another tyrannical state doing the whims of the favored few. And that is plenty enough reason to revisit and finally address the issue.
My thanks to Jay Sekulow for doing a good job and I wish him the best in his efforts to uncover the corruption and remove the stench that sadly has taken up residence in our justice system. All Americans should join in this wish. Hopefully, those in question will ultimately be questioned under oath so that light of truth, not conjecture, comes to the surface.