Bill Clinton chatted up the Attorney General about golf, grandkids, and we'll never know what else on that airplane rendezvous that got reported in the news.
Those of us who held out a shred of hope that Hillary Clinton might face prosecution for her crimes saw a tell. We don't know from the article whose plane it was where they met. But either way, it looked bad -- one of them went out of his/her way to meet the other. And Loretta, who should have known better, was afraid to say, "No" to Bill Clinton. He certainly has that effect on women.
But when an Attorney General, who thinks the way to treat ISIS is with love and kindness, meets with a former president who was all about love and kindness, they must have savored the moment. But when it's the spouse of someone under FBI investigation, it's pretty easy to guess which way she'll go if someone has the temerity to suggest that she sign off on prosecuting Hillary Clinton.
There's simply no way Lynch is going to be the one to waylay Clinton's presidential ambitions. And in a subtle way she just broadcast that loud and clear.