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Bush AG: Lynch ‘Betrayal’ Made DOJ An Arm of Hillary’s Campaign

When President Obama nominated Loretta Lynch to replace the embattled leftist sycophant Eric Holder as Attorney General, few believed she’d be much more than a female version of the same corrupt administrative head.

And that became painfully evident in last week’s testimony from James Comey when he revealed that Loretta Lynch had pressured him and the FBI to downgrade the ‘investigation’ into Hillary’s email server to a ‘matter’.

And now George’s W. Bush’s former AG Michael Mukasey is calling a spade a spade: Lynch betrayed the United States, her office, and justice by turning the DOJ into just another arm of Hillary’s presidential campaign.

Yup!

Here’s more from Daily Caller…

The former attorney general under George W. Bush said Loretta Lynch made the Department of Justice “an arm of the Clinton campaign” by instructing then-FBI Director James Comey to mislead the public about the Clinton email investigation.

“What makes it egregious is the fact — and I think it’s obvious that it is a fact — that the attorney general of the United States was adjusting the way the department talked about its business so as to coincide with the way the Clinton campaign talked about that business,” Michael Mukasey said in an interview with Newsmax on Friday.

“In other words, it made the Department of Justice essentially an arm of the Clinton campaign,” added Mukasey, who served as the attorney general from 2007 until 2009. “That is a betrayal of the department and of its independence to illustrate that clearly that the attorney general was essentially in the tank for Secretary Clinton.”

Comey testified on Thursday that Lynch successfully pressured him into using the Clinton campaign’s spin on the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server as secretary of state.

Lynch told Comey to call the investigation a “matter” rather than an “investigation,” Comey said. When he asked Lynch why, he said, she dodged the question, saying: “Just call it a matter.”


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