Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

AG Lynch: White House Should ‘Stay Silent’ on Clinton Email

In last night’s debate, when asked about her classified emails, Hillary was her usual stock-answer self, repeating the same discredited lines she has been peddling for over a year now. She went on to refuse to answer the question of whether she would drop out of the presidential race if indicated.

Interestingly, on the same day, Attorney General Loretta Lynch told members of Congress that White House press secretary Josh Earnest was “ill-advised” to make comments downplaying the seriousness of an FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email practices.

Lynch went on to say it was a bad idea for anyone in government to be speaking about the inquiry. “It’s my hope when it comes to ongoing investigations, that we would all stay silent,” Lynch said.

Despite claims that the Justice Department has not updated the White House about the progress of the probe, the White House appears informed enough to offer some pretty straight-forward opinions on how the investigation is shaping up.

For example, during a January 29 briefing, Earnest was asked if the White House was confident Clinton would not be indicted. The press secretary said there was no reason to think she would. “I know that some officials over there have said is that she is not a target of the investigation,” Earnest said. “But, again, based on what we know from the Department of Justice, it does not seem to be headed in that direction.”

Last October, Obama publicly stating that Clinton’s actions didn’t appear to have impaired national security. “I don’t think it posed a national security problem,” the president said. “This is not a situation in which America’s national security was endangered.”

Hmmm. The White House seems remarkably well-informed about an investigation the Attorney General claims they have never been briefed on. It’s almost as if the ending is already set, even though the investigation has not even concluded…