If the records remember it correctly, the first that the FBI responded to a Freedom of Information Act request from the American Center for Law and Justice, to reveal information and documents which had been related to the infamous tarmac meeting they had between former President Bill Clinton and former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, the FBI told the ACLJ there were no records of the meeting.
But not everything is as it seems, and the excuse was recently debunked when the ACLJ got their hands on documents from the Justice Department, which unfortunately for the liberals, contained a number of records relating to that same tarmac meeting of the Phoenix Airport. But what raised suspicions even more was the fact that a large portion of the content was blacked out.
And since the documents contained correspondence between the FBI and the Justice Department as well as the Obama White House including redacted topics about the scandalous meeting, the FBI has reportedly decided to reopen their search for the requested records, and this time, the whole process will be on head with Director Christopher Wray.
Justice President Jay Sekulow stated during an interview this Wednesday, that the FBI sent him a letter in which they confirmed their intention to reopen his Freedom of Information Act request for the above-mentioned records, with Sekulow even claiming that the ACLJ is ready to return to federal court to get the original documents if required.
In a statement, the Justice President wrote: “While we appreciate that the FBI has ‘reopened’ the case file and is now ‘searching’ for documents responsive to our duly submitted FOIA request from more than a year ago, it stretches the bounds of credulity to suggest that the FBI bureaucracy just discovered that ‘potentially responsive’ records ‘may exist’ on its own accord.”
The video can be seen below:
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