Loretta Lynch Could Be Forced To Testify

Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch is sworn in on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015, prior to testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee’s hearing on her nomination. If confirmed, Lynch would replace Attorney General Eric Holder, who announced his resignation in September after leading the Justice Department for six years. The 55-year-old federal prosecutor would be the nation’s first black female attorney general. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

The James Comey testimony could open up some new lanes for the rest of the people that are under investigation. Whether or not you believe the testimony that Comey gave before the Committee, you can not argue that it did not shed some very needed light on the situation at hand. There are a lot of moving parts here so there should be fresh details to come out very soon. James Comey called President Donald Trump a liar over and over again during the testimony.

President Trump then went to Twitter to try to better explain his side of the story. There need to be some new testimonies after hearing that of Comey.

One name which came up often was that of former Obama-era Attorney General Loretta Lynch. It seems, based on the words of James Comey, that she could have been involved in some illegal activity during her time there. Whether or not Comey’s words are true, it was interesting to hear what she was alleged to have done.

Comey mention that during the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails, Lynch came to him and asked him to call it a matter rather than an investigation. He went on the say that this “confused and concerned” him.

Now many Republican Senators are trying to get Loretta Lynch to testify. Even liberal elite Chuck Schumer wants to hear what she has to say.

“All I’m saying with Loretta Lynch is before anyone jumps to any conclusions, we ought to hear what she has to say,” he explained on “Face the Nation.” “And let her state something privately and see if it makes much of a difference. I don’t know that it will.”

It sounds like this testimony could be spelling trouble for the former Attorney General but we shall see.




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