(Big League Politics) – Hillary Clinton was in Russia on the exact date that Obamacare was upheld by the Supreme Court in 2012, according to photographic evidence.
The Supreme Court upheld the health care law known as the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, on June 28, 2012.
Now, James Comey has testified that Hillary Clinton and Obama exchanged emails while she was “overseas” and they talked about a court decision regarding the Affordable Care Act.
So, were Hillary and Obama talking about the Supreme Court case while she was in Russia, and then those emails showed up in a June 28, 2016 74-page email that was sent by Peter Strzok to another FBI lieutenant working under James Comey?
Oh yeah, it just so happens that Peter Strzok’s June 28 email was sent ONE DAY AFTER LORETTA LYNCH MET WITH BILL CLINTON ON THE TARMAC ON JUNE 27, 2016.
As in, Peter Strzok panicking about what happened in those emails, when Hillary was talking to Obama.
Here is the relevant Comey testimony:
“Mr. Ratcliffe. Director, I have handed to you an email dated June 28, 2016. Would you confirm for me that it appears to be an 74 email that was sent from Peter Strzok to your chief of staff Jim Rybicki?
Mr. Comey. I can’t tell from this,
Mr. Ratcliffe. I see email addresses; first looks like PP Strzok and then JE Rybicki.
Mr. Ratcliffe. Okay. Do you recognize those as being FBI email addresses for Peter Strzok and your chief of staff, Jim Rybicki?
Mr. Comey. I actually don’t. I mean, I’m not trying to dispute that they are; I just don’t remember that particular formulation of our email addresses.
Mr. Ratcliffe. But you don’t have any reason to doubt if the Department produced these in the context of our investigation, that they are —
Mr. Comey. No, no.
Mr. Ratcliffe. — that it is an email exchange between Peter Strzok and Jim Rybicki?
Mr. Comey. I accept that.
Mr. Ratcliffe. Okay. And you see on there that it is time dated June the 28th of 2016 on the far left-hand side?
Mr. Comey. Yeah. I see that.
Mr. Ratcliffe. All right. I’m going to read the content for the record. It says: Jim, I have the POTUS, hyphen, HRC emails D requested — that’s the letter D — requested at the end of briefing yesterday. I hesitate to leave them. Please let me know a convenient time to drop them off. 75 Did I read that accurately?
Mr. Comey. You did.
Mr. Ratcliffe. Okay. Do you know whether or not POTUS-HRC would be reference to the President of the United States and Hillary Rodham Clinton?
Mr. Comey. It seems so to me.
Mr. Ratcliffe. All right. Do you recall there being a briefing — well, first of all, there’s a reference to a letter D, “that D requested.” In other emails, it appears that sometimes you were referred to as the Director by the letter D. Do you recall that?
Mr. Comey. Yes, I have seen that before. I think that’s 76
Mr. Comey. I remember for sure being aware that there were communications between them and sort of the general substance of it is. I have some vague recollection of having seen them myself. I’m not certain of that, though, but I was aware that there were communications between the two of them.
Mr. Ratcliffe. So, as you sit here today, you don’t recall — or let me ask it this way: Do you recall anything about the content of the emails between President Obama and Hillary Clinton that are referenced in this?
Mr. Comey. Yes, I have some — I have some recollection. I’m probably going to screw this up, but I can remember I think her sending him some congratulations on something, a speech or — oh, I know what it was actually, that she sent him a congratulations that I think was tied to a court decision I think on the Affordable Care Act and that she was overseas somewhere and sent him a congrats or something to that effect.
Mr. Ratcliffe. Okay.
Mr. Comey. That’s all the — maybe others will come back to me, but I remember that in particular.
Mr. Ratcliffe. Do you have any recollection about how many emails there were?
Mr. Comey. I don’t. My general sense is there weren’t a lot, but there were some, but, again, I’m not certain of that.
Mr. Ratcliffe. So the email here that we’re reviewing makes a reference to the briefing yesterday. The email is dated 77 June 28th, meaning the briefing was June the 27th of 2016, if this is accurate. The significance of that is, as we talked about last time, June 27th of 2016 was also the date that Attorney General Lynch and former President Bill Clinton met on a tarmac in Phoenix, Arizona. Do you recall whether or not this briefing was held at the FBI because of that tarmac meeting, or was it just happened to be a coincidence that it was held on that day? Mr. Comey. It would have to have been a coincidence. I don’t remember a meeting in response to the tarmac meeting.
Mr. Ratcliffe. Do you know as you sit here those emails between President Obama and Secretary Clinton, whether or not they contained any classified information?
Mr. Comey. My recollection is that they did not. They did not is my recollection. The concern was at least one of them was sent from overseas. Actually, I have some recollection one was sent from [ ] while the Secretary of State was visiting, and the concern we had was about the exposure of his unclassified email account, which was not in his name.
Mr. Ratcliffe. So, if your recollection is that they may not have contained classified information, do you know why the FBI or the Department of Justice would not have produced them to Congress in response to our request for them?
Mr. Comey. I don’t.
Mr. Ratcliffe. Okay. So, but to be clear, did these emails that you reviewed, do they reflect that Hillary Rodham Clinton and 78 President Obama were communicating via email through an unsecure, unclassified server?
Mr. Comey. Yes, they were between her Clinton email.com account and his — I don’t know where his account, his unclassified account, was maintained. So I’m sorry. So, yes, there were communications unclassified between two accounts, hers and then his cover account.
Mr. Ratcliffe. Yes. And by “cover account” are you referring to the fact that President Obama emailed Secretary Clinton using a pseudonym?”