The…well… “sleaziness” of the Democrat machine continues to become more evident with this newest revelation concerning former Attorney General Loretta Lynch.
Internet detectives who’ve closely examined the hundreds of emails recently released, thanks to the American Center for Law and Justice’s use of the Freedom of Information Act, have uncovered shocking evidence that Lynch exchanged emails with employees of her own Department of Justice using a pseudonym.
One particularly noteworthy email was sent by an “Elizabeth Carlisle” to Department of Justice spokeswoman Melania Newman thanking her and “all who worked this” — the “this” apparently being handling the press regarding their inquiries into Lynch’s infamous tarmac meeting with Bill Clinton.
As uncovered on Reddit, “Elizabeth Carlisle” is actually the name of Loretta Lynch’s grandmother, who is named on her death certificate as “Lizzie Carlisle Harris.”
As Gateway Pundit remarked, “It looks like the deep state forgot to cover that up in the emails they released to the ACLJ.”
This isn’t the first case of a high level Democrat using an alias. Contained within leaked emails released by Wikileaks during the 2016 election is an email from then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to “Dianne Reynolds” – later identified as daughter Chelsea Clinton, from the night of the Benghazi attack. Of note, Hillary tells Chelsea that the attack was conducted by an ‘Al Queda-Like’ group, and not an ‘angry mob’ protesting over an anti-Islam YouTube video, as the Obama administration told the American Public.
Not only was this top-secret information that Chelsea wasn’t cleared to know, it suggests that high level Democrats and/or their families employed aliases in order to covertly communicate.
Still, one wonders what else has been emailed by “Elizabeth Carlisle”, or why an attorney general emailed DOJ staffers using her grandmother’s maiden name.
Unfortunately, unless some sort of Trump-Russia angle can be found, it’s unlikely to receive much attention from the mainstream media. Democrat corruption? Nope. Move along. Nothing to see here.