Nick Givas, DCNF
Radio host and political commentator Dan Bongino said former attorney general Loretta Lynch may have obstructed justice in an an effort to protect Hillary Clinton.
“I’m going to be listening for every word out of her mouth because Loretta lynch should be talking to a lawyer and so should Jim Comey,” Bongino said on “Fox & Friends” Monday. “They shouldn’t be talking to the American public about book sales and interviews.”
Bongino said both Lynch and Comey may be criminally liable for the way they handled Clinton’s case and said there could be heavy consequences down the road.
“I believe they may have serious criminal liability on potential obstruction of justice charges based on their handling of the Clinton case,” Bongino said. “Here is a couple questions for [Lynch]. Number one, why did you ask him to refer, Jim Comey that is, to the investigation into the Hillary Clinton issue as a matter? It was not a matter. It was an investigation.”
“Secondly, what did you do to authenticate the information that came in on the dossier, the Department of Justice had a role in that,” he concluded. “What did she do? What did she know and when did she know it? She may be in real trouble here,” he concluded.
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