Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch has even more explaining to do after a new batch of emails was released to the American Center for Law and Justice under a Freedom of Information Act request.
Yesterday, we reported that Lynch’s Department of Justice colluded with the media to cover up the clandestine meeting she had with Bill Clinton at a Phoenix airport, and now we’re learning even more from the same set of documents. Eagle-eyed Internet users noticed something rather strange about a string of emails sent from one Elizabeth Carlisle, and it’s raising some serious red flags.
Ms. Carlisle, a supposed employee of the Justice Department at the time, signed her emails “AG,” as in Attorney General. Not only that, but emails sent to Ms. Carlisle were addressed to “AG Lynch,” not Elizabeth Carlisle.
Check it out, from the American Mirror:
Who is “Elizabeth Carlisle” and why are her Department of Justice emails signed “AG”?
The American Center for Law and Justice filed an Open Records request with the agency, seeking documents related to Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s mysterious airport tarmac meeting with Bill Clinton during the election.
But eagle-eyed readers, including hacker Kim Dot Com, noted some emails involving Lynch came from an email address for “Elizabeth Carlisle.”
BREAKING: Did Loretta Lynch use an alias to communicate with DOJ officials and why? Who is Elizabeth Carlisle? Dear Internet, investigate! pic.twitter.com/oqngTKDhLY
— Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) August 5, 2017
One email, sent among DOJ employees, shows an email sent to “Elizabeth Carlisle,” but in the body of the email, it is addressed to “AG Lynch”:
In the response, the person sending from the “Elizabeth Carlisle” address signs the email “AG”, who wrote, “Thanks to all who worked on this,” referring to a statement that was issued regarding the tarmac meeting with the husband of the person being investigated by the FBI.
Observers note “Elizabeth” is Lynch’s middle name:
So, why would Lynch feel the need to use an alias in her emails?
Easy – to avoid public scrutiny.
Now the ACLJ needs to send an FOIA request for all of Elizabeth Carlisle’s emails and see what they come up with.