While on the one hand, the Sr. Senator from California tries to sneak a fastball by us on the corner of the plate with her nonsense about obstructing justice by failed attorney general, Loretta Lynch.
Her actual agenda to blow more shot air on the seemingly dead issue of whether the Trump Administration did anything that would rise to the level of impeachment.
She will fail.
Older than Caesar’s nuts, it’s time for Feinstein to hang up her spurs.
Let’s say for the sake of argument the Democrats are able to frame it so it looks like that could be the case.
Will President Trump be impeached?
Don’t bet your lunch money on it.
Keilar: “He felt clearly that Loretta Lynch was giving cover to the Clinton campaign. Was she?”
Feinstein: “I can’t answer that.
I would have a queasy feeling too, though, to be candid with you.
I think we need to know more about that, and there’s only one way to know about it, and that’s to have the Judiciary Committee take a look at that.”
Keilar: So you think it’s worth investigating if, in a way, this was semantic cover being given to the Clinton campaign?”
Feinstein: “Yeah, but this is a separate investigation…and I don’t think we should mix the two.”
King believes Comey should also be asked “Very important to … try and figure out why he didn’t take memos, prepared memos, in his dealings” with her, if what she asked him to do gave him a queasy feeling.
It’s extremely illogical that Comey would feel compelled to take detailed notes of his meetings with Trump because he felt Trump might later lie about the meetings, but didn’t think about documenting a meeting with Lynch that spurred him to take solo action because he was concerned about the FBI’s credibility?