Michelle Malkin Suspects Loretta Lynch And James Comey Covered Up Their Sins: ‘The Heat Is On’

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Political commentator Michelle Malkin believes former FBI Director James Comey and former Attorney General Loretta Lynch were involved in a Clinton cover-up and will soon face the consequences.

NBC’s Lester Holt asked Lynch over the weekend in a yet to be aired interview, why she told Comey to refer to any investigation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as a “matter.” Lynch brushed the question off and failed to provide a direct answer.

“A lot of euphemisms, a whole lot of nothing there, a lot of filibustering,” Malkin said Monday on “Fox & Friends.”

“I hope, guys, we’re going to get the truth about the tarmac tryst. And in large part I have to salute Judicial Watch for it’s FOIA lawsuits that are dislodging a lot of that information.”


Malkin believes Comey and Lynch are likely coordinating their stories but said the “heat is on” and the truth will eventually come out.

“I think a lot of it is that PR coordination and making sure that they have narrative parallelism I suppose, but I think a lot of it is because the heat is on them because of independent watchdogs and real media that are digging into this,” Malkin said.

“They tried to cover it up initially when the FOIA request was put for any of the information regarding the meeting. They denied that they had any documents at all. And as usual with the FBI foot-draggers who are far more adept covering things up than actually doing their jobs, they have tried to suppress the truth but they’re not going to succeed,” she concluded.

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