Military Arrests Loretta Lynch
By Michael Baxter - March 24, 2022
U.S. Marines under command of Col. Todd W. Ferry, Camp Lejeune’s commanding officer, arrested former Attorney General Loretta Lynch at her home in Greensboro, North Carolina, a JAG source told Real Raw News.
The Marines, our source said, spent two weeks surveilling Obama’s minion, during which time they learned her daily routine, routes of travel, and, most importantly, when she would be isolated and apart from friends and family.
That moment came early Monday morning. A squad of Marines from Camp Lejeune disabled Lynch’s home security system, then breeched her front door and room by room cleared the 4,500 sq. ft. home until they reached the master bedroom, where they found Lynch asleep and snoring boisterously. They quickly sealed her mouth with duct tape and zip tied her wrists before she could put up a struggle. But upon awaking, she began flailing her legs, kicking at the Marine who showed her a military arrest warrant charging Lynch with treason and other high crimes. Her leg flailing became so indomitable that the Marines had to hogtie her and speedily carry her outside to a waiting vehicle.
“She’s been taken to a processing center, then she’ll be sent to Guantanamo Bay,” our source said.
As is customary, he declined to cite JAG’s evidence, saying instead that all relevant evidence would be revealed at a military tribunal. When pressed on whether evidence includes Lynch’s chummy relationship to the late Hillary Clinton and her clandestine meeting with the late William Jefferson Clinton aboard her private Justice Dept. Jet, our source said, “That’s just the tip of the iceberg.”
He also added: “Lynch is uncooperative. At processing she said we apprehended her because President Trump told us to. Nothing could be farther from the truth. President Trump had no part in her arrest. She’s been taken into custody because she committed treasonous crimes against America while serving in office; her arrest is long overdue.”
Asked whether the “White Hats” plan to apprehend Obama’s other attorney general, Eric Holder, he emphatically said JAG doesn’t telegraph future operations.