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Remember the secret meeting between Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch on the tarmac in Arizona in June? They claimed to discuss "grandkids" and "golf." Yeah right! Well, NSA refuses to release the transcripts from the meeting. It's a "national security" risk. How convenient.

According to Christopher sign of ABC 15 in Phoenix, the FBI instructed reporters they were not allowed to take videos or photos of the meeting. Wonder why?

NSA Refuses to Release Bill Clinton-Loretta Lynch Tarmac Transcript

NSA Refuses to Release Bill Clinton-Loretta Lynch Tarmac Transcript

Later on in the week, Hillary Clinton cleared everything up by saying the meeting was just a social gathering to talk about their grandchildren and golf. Right. They rushed to meet each other on the tarmac just so they could "catch up."

Now this breaking story, per Freedom Outpost:

A citizen researcher from Florida is attempting to have the recording of the infamous Bill Clinton/Loretta Lynch tarmac tape released to the public, but apparently, the National Security Agency claims they won’t release it due to “national security.”

The man researching and seeking to have the tape released is Florida orthodontist Larry Kawa.  You may remember him because of Judicial Watch’s filing of a lawsuit on his behalf to obtain a week’s worth of Hillary Clinton’s emails regarding Benghazi.

It’s being reported now that the NSA has declared the recording of the conversation that took place between Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch in Phoenix, Arizona on June 27, 2016.

So if they were only talking about their grandchildren and golf how is that a national security risk? NSA basically confirmed that their discussion was exactly what everyone thought it was. They were doing everything they could to figure out a way to get Hillary Clinton in the White House. Ultimately they failed, but we should still get a chance to see the transcripts of the shady discussion.

What do you think about this move by NSA? Fair or foul? Let us know in the comments on Facebook.

 

 

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