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Clinton-Lynch Tarmac Whistleblower Blows Whistle Again

Christopher Sign-the reporter who broke the headline about then U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch meeting with former president Bill Clinton on the Phoenix tarmac in 2016-still believes that the encounter was not about discussing golf and grandchildren. Recalling the pinnacle of the FBI investigation into Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s secret server, Sign says he has yet to find a corroborating witness that Bill even touched a golf course during that trip. “To this day, I have never found a single person who claims or corroborates any story that Bill Clinton played golf on this particular trip,” Sign reported. It’s yet another step toward piecing together the real story behind the DOJ/DOS collaboration to exonerate Hillary.

Here’s more from Washington Examiner…

The journalist who broke the story about former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s tarmac meeting with Bill Clinton on a hot summer’s day in 2016 doubts the former president’s claim that he played golf while in Phoenix.

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That chance encounter on June 27, 2016, led to a firestorm of criticism, as it took place during the FBI’s investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of an unauthorized email server and the presidential election in which she was the Democratic candidate. Lynch and Bill Clinton claim his wife’s emails were never discussed. Both say Clinton brought up golf, while Lynch said Clinton told her he had played golf during that particular trip to Arizona.

“To this day I have never found a single person who claims or corroborates any story that Bill Clinton played golf on this particular trip,” Christopher Sign, who was a morning anchor at ABC15 when he broke the story, told RealClearInvestigations.

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