Over the weekend, news broke that former Attorney General Loretta Lynch had been using a personal email under the pseudonym, Elizabeth Carlisle, her grandmother’s name, to send DOJ related emails — on an unsecure server, mind you — concerning the June meeting that she and former President Bill Clinton had on the Phoenix tarmac.
When you carefully pair this news with the video below, in which Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) is questioning Lynch, you may notice something rather interesting.
— Anonymous America (@KORANISBURNING) August 7, 2017
If you didn’t catch it the first time through, I encourage you to watch it again.
That’s right. Under oath, Lynch denied that she used personal email for DOJ material in violation of DOJ policy.
Obviously, that was a lie, because know we know she was following suit of others in the Obama administration, using personal email, and under a phony name at that.