Amidst all of the hoopla over President Donald Trump and his supposed corruption, the mainstream media has underplayed the various conspiracies and shady dealings of the Obama administration — relentlessly.
According to The Gateway Pundit, Internet mogul, Kim Dotcom, released information revealing that former Attorney General Loretta Lynch used an alias in order to write, and respond to, hundreds of internal emails. One of the emails even shows that Lynch hid her identity from Justice Department officials.
Lynch’s code name was Elizabeth Carlisle.
Kim Dotcom’s reports not only show that the emails were forwarded to Lynch’s Elizabeth Carlisle account, but that a Twitter account bearing the name Elizabeth Carlisle regularly posted anti-Trump, pro-Hillary Clinton articles.
The use of aliases seems to have been common in the Obama White House. Lynch’s predecessor, Attorney General Eric Holder, used a grand total of three aliases during his tenure.
While using fake news is not a crime in and of itself, it does set off alarms when one considers the various malpractices, and possible violations, that Lynch currently stands accused of.
During the 2016 election, while still the acting AG, Lynch met with former President Bill Clinton in a private meeting in Phoenix, Arizona. At the time, Hillary Clinton was under federal investigation because she used a private email server to trade classified information back and forth on unsecured networks.
Amazingly, this meeting was first reported by a local Arizona reporter, and not by the mainstream media. Recently, leaked emails showed that both the Washington Post and New York Times were initially hesitant to cover the story.
Former FBI Director, James Comey, testified that AG Lynch requested the FBI refer to their Clinton investigation as a “matter.” This was an attempt to minimize the damage that could befall Clinton’s campaign. Lynch’s clandestine meeting with Clinton has more than a passing whiff of collusion.
Last week, Congressional Republicans moved against both Lynch and Comey, by requesting that Congress establish a second special counsel tasked with investigating the possible crimes and misdemeanors of Obama officials in 2016. The items up for investigation not only include Lynch’s meeting with Bill Clinton and her possible obstruction of the FBI’s case against Hillary Clinton, but also the fact that Clinton was given a pass by the FBI, despite the fact that Comey admitted that she broke the law.
Other possible investigations are shedding light onto how much the Ukrainian government participated in the Clinton campaign. Similarly, we’re gaining insight into former National Security Advisor Susan Rice’s espionage campaign against President Trump and his team. The possibility that “opposition research” firm, Fusion GPS, “set-up” Donald Trump, Jr., and others — thus entrapping them, is very real.
Washington Republicans certainly have a lot of material to work with. Their efforts will undoubtedly be encouraged by the White House. The only possible issue is that special counsel Mueller will race ahead with his Russian investigation, thanks to wall-to-wall coverage by the mainstream media. There’s a real possibility that a second special counsel will get drowned out.
The question remains: why did Lynch feel the need to use a code name? Is there something she is hiding?