Judicial Watch claims the FBI has uncovered 30 never-before-seen pages of documents connected to the tarmac meeting between former President Bill Clinton and former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, which occurred right before Comey cleared Hillary before the 2016 election.
Judicial Watch will get their hands on the documents by the end of November, their spokesman said.
According to FOX News:
Judicial Watch originally filed a FOIA request in July 2016 — which the Justice Department did not comply with — seeking “all records of communications between any agent, employee, or representative” of the FBI for the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server use, and all records related to the June 27, 2016 meeting between Lynch and Bill Clinton.
FOX News claims the FBI didn’t uncover any documents in an initial investigation in regards to the tarmac meeting, however the DOJ found emails while investigating a separate, related case.
The FBI wrote in August:
“Upon further review, we subsequently determined potentially responsive documents may exist,” “reopened” and is “currently in the process of searching for any responsive material.”
Judicial Watch’s President Tom Fitton made the following statement to FOX regarding the documents:
“We presume they are new documents. We won’t know what’s in them until we see them”… “The fact they just ‘found’ them is yet another scandal.”
Could these documents implicate any of the parties involved in wrongdoings? Time will tell. But it is very odd how such documents have existed this whole time and who knows if they would have ever been recovered if it weren’t for the pressure of Judicial Watch.