Former federal judge Andrew Napolitano has come out with a bold statement concerning Loretta Lynch and her ties to the Clintons.


Former FBI director James Comey inadvertently threw Lynch under the bus during his testimony to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence earlier this month where he said that Lynch attempted to get him to tone down the level of seriousness directed toward Hillary Clinton’s FBI probe.

Comey, in his testimony, stated that “At one point, she {Lynch} directed me not to call it an ‘investigation’ but instead to call it a ‘matter,’ which confused me and concerned me,” Comey said before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. “That was one of the bricks in the load that led me to conclude I have to step away from the department if we are to close this case credibly.”

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Loretta Lynch, the former United States Attorney General under President Obama, could face a possible felony and serve five to ten years in prison, says Judge and Fox News senior judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano.

Napolitano points to communication Lynch had with Democratic operatives, including former DNC chair and Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, assuring them that she would prevent the Clinton email investigation from going too far. Napolitano argues that this is misconduct in Lynch’s capacity as Attorney General as she is communicating with a political organization in order to ensure a certain result in the 2016 presidential election.

The misconduct is classified as a felony, in Napolitano’s view, and would be charged as obstruction of justice. In his analysis, Napolitano states in an interview on Fox Business that “Depending on what they charge her with, it could be five to ten years, it’s very serious, it’s the equivalent of obstruction of justice. It’s the same allegation they are making about the president.”

The testimony Comey gave is giving Napolitano to believe that Lynch will be under investigation for her collusion with the Clinton campaign. Napolitano views the attempted change in terminology from ‘investigation’ to ‘matter’ as reason to believe that Lynch was working as odds with the Justice Department and FBI and in favor of the DNC and Clinton.

This adds to the questionable behavior Lynch had last year when she met with Hillary Clinton’s husband, former President Bill Clinton, on a tarmac as she was about to board a place and as she was investigating his wife. They spoke for nearly forty minutes. The highly suspicious meeting led to Republican outrage which led to her voluntary recusal from the investigation of Clinton’s emails, leaving Comey to take over the investigation.

However, the orders that Lynch gave Comey during the investigation, as described by Comey in his testimony, still leave many concerned over her conduct as Attorney General.

The alleged emails between Lynch and former DNC chair Wasserman Schultz still have not been seen yet. However, should one or more of the alleged emails exists between Schultz and Lynch highlighting the DNC interests while Lynch served as Attorney General, then it would be misconduct in office, argues Napolitano.

While there is no evidence yet to prove that Lynch has indeed communicated with the DNC in serving their interests, it is incumbent upon the FBI to investigate this matter and release the alleged emails should they exist. If the emails prove that Lynch indeed act against the Justice Department and did not conduct herself fairly as Attorney General, this would be a felony.