Buck Sexton, filling in for Glenn on The Glenn Beck Program, addressed the media's feigned concern over former president Bill Clinton's impromptu and serendipitous meeting with U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch.
"This meeting, this impromptu, totally out of nowhere, like, 'Bro, I was just on my private jet and you were on your taxpayer-funded private jet, and, like, hey, Bill Clinton, Loretta Lynch, well, got to talk! Have a sit down! Come out to the coast! Have a few laughs. You know what I mean?'" Sexton said.
As usual, when a Clinton breaks protocol --- as in the attorney general of the United states, head of the Department of Justice, meets with the husband of a person under investigation by said Department of Justice --- the media either ignores or dismisses it.
"Some in the media recognize this is one of those moments where [they can] cling to any pretense of objectivity," Sexton said. "But they're still doing what they can to go, 'Oh, I don't...how could they? The Clintons! This meeting!" Sexton said.
He allowed Andrea Mitchell with MSNBC to make his point.
"I will let Andrea Mitchell, if I may, from MSNBC, one of the NBCs, lay out the story for you from yesterday," he said.
So some in the media are going right to conspiracy while others are pointing to how wildly inappropriate it was.
The bottom line? Nothing will come of it.
"Who wants to be the one who steps forward and expect them to take their own self-interest out of this whole process?" Sexton said.
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Featured Image: Former President Bill Clinton speaks at a campaign event for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at the Olive Recreation Center on June 3, 2016 in Burbank, California. Presidential candidates are campaigning in California for the June 7 presidential primary election. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)