Reporters with the Washington Post and New York Times were apparently less than enthusiastic about covering the controversial private meeting between then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former President Bill Clinton just months ahead of the 2016 election.
The non-profit American Center for Law and Justice published emails Friday that showed reporters asking Department of Justice officials for details on the meeting.
Mark Lander, a reporter for the Times, is seen in one June 30 email reaching out to a DOJ official to say he's "been pressed into service to write about the questions being raised" by the meeting.
Matt Zapotosky with the Post emailed a DOJ official the same day after several other emails to say that his editors "are still pretty interested" in the story but that he wanted to "put it to rest."If it were not for alternative media sources, damn near nobody would have known about Bill Clinton and the corrupt-as-hell Loretta Lynch colluding to shove Hillary's crimes into obscurity. Yet another example of why I won't cry one tear if the Democrat Media Complex all goes bankrupt. In fact, I'll be laughing and cheering if I see Paul Krugman out on the street with a cardboard sign.