This morning, Attorney General Loretta Lynch threw a bit of a wrench into the works of the Dem narrative about the 2016 election:
Attorney General Loretta Lynch says there was no evidence of "technical interference" in the election pic.twitter.com/VKknfJAwFf
— FOX & friends (@foxandfriends) December 16, 2016
So it WAS because Hillary was a bad candidate? Go figure.
However, Lynch’s claim of “no evidence of technical interference” in the 2016 election may not be technically accurate as evidenced by this suggested disclaimer:
She means besides her meeting with Bill Clinton where she made a deal not to pursue prosecuting Hillary. https://t.co/acTU4e63nu
— FREE-Man (@BotchedLobotomy) December 16, 2016
Well there’s that.
— Defund NPR PBS & NEA (@Jarjarbug) December 16, 2016
@foxandfriends She found no evidence of Trump meeting with Putin on a private jet in Phoenix.
— TerryLovesFakeNews (@xebec78) December 16, 2016
I like what she is saying, but I can't trust her as far as I could throw her. https://t.co/hK6gtImENH
— Coma White (@ComaWhite12) December 16, 2016