Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch has been accused of using her grandmom’s name as an alias to communicate with Department of Justice (DOJ) officials, possibly intending to limit the scope of future probes into her activities.
According to Zero Hedge, the accusations stem from a batch of emails obtained by the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) via a FOIA request made of the DOJ.
Among that batch of emails is one (see it here) authored by an “Elizabeth Carlisle” and addressed to DOJ officials.
While the email’s author is “Elizabeth Carlisle,” its signature bears the stamp “AG,” suggesting it was in fact sent by Lynch.
As seen in Kim Dotcom’s tweet below, “Elizabeth” is Lynch’s middle name.
BREAKING: Did Loretta Lynch use an alias to communicate with DOJ officials and why? Who is Elizabeth Carlisle? Dear Internet, investigate! pic.twitter.com/oqngTKDhLY
— Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) August 5, 2017
Not only is “Elizabeth” her middle name, however; sleuths on r/The_Donald have discovered that it was also her grandmom’s first name.
According to Zero Hedge, “this isn’t the first case of a high level Democrat using an alias.”
The outlet continues, “contained within leaked emails released by Wikileaks during the 2016 election is an email from then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to ‘Dianne Reynolds’ – later identified as daughter Chelsea Clinton, from the night of the Benghazi attack. Of note, Hillary tells Chelsea that the attack was conducted by an ‘Al Queda-Like’ group, and not an ‘angry mob’ protesting over an anti-Islam YouTube video, as the Obama administration told the American Public.”
“Not only was this top-secret information that Chelsea wasn’t cleared to know, it suggests that high level Democrats and/or their families employed aliases in order to covertly communicate.”
Exactly why Loretta Lynch employed an alias to communicate with DOJ officials remains unclear.
What also remains unclear is what role – if any – Lynch played in having the mainstream media bury the details of her infamous tarmac meeting with former President Bill Clinton hours before the release of the Benghazi report and while Hillary Clinton was still under investigation.
Indeed, there are many unknowns in the tale of Loretta Lynch, including what exactly she was thinking when she instructed then-FBI Director James Comey to tell the world the bureau’s ongoing investigation into Hillary Clinton was “a matter” and not “an investigation.”
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Author: Staff Writer