First DOJ Leak From IG Report Reveals Obama AG Loretta Lynch Tried to Hide Evidence of Hillary's Wrongdoing Before Election
By: Jim Hoft
As reported earlier the first DOJ leaks on the upcoming Inspector General report does not look good for fired former Director James Comey.
ABC News was given a draft of the IG report early for today's announcements.
Ed Note: Can anyone tell me who leaked the draft to ABC news? Why is this not front page news - isn't that why Wikileaks found Assange has been a prisoner for years at an embassy in London? Why him and not ABC news?
But the leaks to ABC News also reveal that Obama Attorney General Attorney General Loretta Lynch was determined to hide evidence of Hillary Clinton's wrongdoing from the American public.
FBI agents found a trove of emails on Anthony Weiner's laptop as they were conducting an investigation into lewd text messages the disgraced politician exchanged with an underage teenager.
Judicial Watch counted over a dozen classified emails on Weiner's laptop, including the name of a CIA official.
As previously reported, then-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe knew about Hillary's emails on Weiner's laptop as early as September of 2016 and didn't alert the bureau for an entire MONTH.
Loretta Lynch reportedly wanted Comey to hide the contents of Anthony Weiner's laptop computer from the public.
ABC News reported:
Obstruction of Justice, Hillary Clinton, James Comey, Email Scandal, Pay to Play, Loretta Lunch, Fixed Investigation
The draft of Horowitz's wide-ranging report specifically called out Comey for ignoring objections from the Justice Department when he disclosed in a letter to Congress just days before the 2016 presidential election that FBI agents had reopened the Clinton probe, according to sources. Clinton has said that letter doomed her campaign.
Before Comey sent the letter to Congress, at least one senior Justice Department official told the FBI that publicizing the bombshell move so close to an election would violate longstanding department policy, and it would ignore federal guidelines prohibiting the disclosure of information related to an ongoing investigation, ABC News was told.