From Young Cons:
Yesterday the news broke that former Attorney General Loretta Lynch had been using a personal email using her grandmother’s name, Elizabeth Carlisle, to send DOJ related emails concerning the meeting that she had on the tarmac with former President Bill Clinton.
That in and of itself would be bad, showing an improper use of email.
Putting DOJ information at risk over an unsecure server, just like Hillary Clinton.
But there’s even more.
Now you may not recall Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) questioning Lynch in this video. But listen carefully and you may notice something.
— Anonymous America (@KORANISBURNING) August 7, 2017
Did you hear it?
She denied, apparently under oath, that she used personal email for DOJ material in violation of DOJ policy.
Yet, obviously, as one can tell from the Carlisle emails, Lynch did use personal email.
Not only personal email.
But personal email in a phony name, much like some others in the Obama administration, like Lisa Jackson.
That qualifies as a very big whoops…