Loretta Lynch is in some potentially serious legal jeopardy, potentially going to prison, according to Judge Andrew Napolitano. A letter sent to former Attorney General Loretta Lynch by the Senate Judiciary Committee asked Lynch multiple questions, one of which was, “During your time in the Justice Department did you ever have communications with [former DNC Chairwoman] Rep [Debbie] Wasserman-Schultz, her staff, her associates, or any other current or former DNC officials about the Clinton email investigation?”
Dagen McDowell asks Judge Andrew Napolitano if Lynch can be forced to testify. He replies, “Yes, of course they can force Loretta Lynch to testify.” He says, “There is enough evidence here, just on the basis of the little snippets given to the Senate Intelligence Committee by former FBI Director Jim Comey that Mrs. Lynch was either conflicted or working at odds with the Justice Department and in behalf of Mrs. Clinton’s campaign and the DNC when she told them to use different terminology in the investigation.”
He says “The terminology may be indicative of a mindset on the part of Attorney General Lynch that she was going to do whatever she could to prevent Mrs. Clinton from getting indicted and the Senate Judiciary Committee is entitled to inquire into that.” He stresses, “So is the Justice Department. This is not under Bob Mueller, this is not involved with the Russians. The DOJ itself, Jeff Sessions, can assign a team of investigators, FBI agents and prosecutors to investigate his predecessor as to whether or not she obstructed Justice or behaved in a way that constitutes misconduct in office by preventing or doing everything she could to slow down or impede the investigation on Mrs. Clinton.”
Napolitano is asked about assertions that Lynch actually told other Democrat operatives that she would prevent the investigation from going too far. Napolitano points out, “That’s the reason for the question that Senator Grassley’s people wrote to Attorney General Lynch about her communications with Debbie Wasserman Schultz, a Congresswoman from Florida and at the time the chair of the Democrat National Committee.”
“It is alleged,” says Napolitano, “this document has not seen the light of day, if it exists, that there is one or several emails between Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Loretta Lynch, concerning the behavior that Loretta Lynch will take to further the DNC interests while Mrs. Lynch was the Attorney General. That, if it happened, would be misconduct in office.”
McDowell asks, “What’s the punishment, then?” “Well, it’s a felony and depending upon exactly what charge, what they charged her with, it could be five or ten years in jail. It’s very serious. It’s the equivalent of obstruction of justice, same allegations they’re making about the President.”
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