Newly released documents obtained by the American Center for Law and Justice show members of the mainstream media knowingly colluded with Hillary’s campaign and the Department of Justice to bury news reports of the Clinton-Lynch tarmac meeting.

The documents, part of a hundred-page document dump by the DOJ, appear to show reporters from the Washington Post working with the Clinton campaign as well as Loretta Lynch’s office to tamp-down stories relating to the former Attorney General’s infamous meeting with Bill Clinton.

The WaPo journalist, speaking of the tarmac meeting, told DOJ officials “I’m hoping to put it to rest.” A reporter from the New York Times made similar statements, saying he was being “pressed into service” and was forced to cover the story.

A “chain of emails” between DOJ officials show their involvement in trying to spin the story in a favorable light to both Clinton and Lynch, with one senior aide saying, “I also talked to the ABC producer, who noted that they aren’t interested, even if Fox runs with it.”

“Looks like all or most [of the coverage] are FOX,” said another official.

The newly released documents not only provide more evidence that the DOJ and Clinton campaign were working with the mainstream media to bury the story, but also show Comey’s FBI stonewalled investigators who were seeking information regarding the meeting.

“[The] FBI replied to our legal demands that ‘No records responsive to your request were located,’ said the ACLJ.

Read the full report here.