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Wednesday, December 06, 2017

Appoint Special Prosecutor to Investigate Corrupt FBI Investigations of Hillary and Trump

Dems should embrace the call. Unless they KNOW there is something to hide!

I don't know how many times I have been told by our left wing friends that yeah, there is no evidence of any Trump Russia collusion but we need to investigate anyway to make sure.  OK, so we have a Special Prosecutor to do just that.

Now we learn that one of the key investigators in that investigation was fired after his extreme partisan bias in favor of Hillary and hating Trump was exposed.  Furthermore we discover that fired FBI Agent Peter Strzok was a key player in an active effort to help Hillary avoid criminal prosecution in the email case and was key to prosecuting Trump officials.

Is it possible that a partisan Democrat abused his position and corrupted two of the most politically charged cases the FBI has handled in recent years?  There are serious questions that need answers.

Jospeph Curl at the Washington Times summarizes the issue:
Mr. Mueller was sold to America as an above-the-fray, non-partisan elder with the gravitas to handle investigating the president of the United States. As it turns out, Mr. Mueller has put together a pack of partisan lawyers, many of whom contributed campaign cash to Hillary Clinton and other Democrats; stonewalled demands from House lawmakers for information; and, most recently, secretly demoted a heavily biased FBI agent who’s a hater of President Trump.
Then the shoes kept dropping — like Imelda Marcos having a yard sale. It turns out Mr. Strzok was one of former FBI Director James B. Comey’s top lieutenants. From that perch, he played a key role in the early probe of alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

But then it was revealed that before that, Mr. Strzok led the investigation into Clinton’s email scandal and sat in on her “interview” with the Bureau (during which she was not under oath and for which no transcript or tape has ever been produced). And Mr. Strzok also led interviews with all of Mrs. Clinton’s top aides: Heather Mills, Huma Abedin, Jake Sullivan and Heather Samuelson.


“Electronic records show Peter Strzok, who led the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s private email server as the No. 2 official in the counterintelligence division, changed Comey’s earlier draft language describing Clinton’s actions as ‘grossly negligent’ to ‘extremely careless,’ the sources said,” CNN reported. (Good job, Clinton News Network!)

But wait, there’s more. Much more.

Mr. Strzok was a “key figure in the chain of events when the bureau, in 2016, received the infamous anti-Trump ‘dossier’ and launched a counterintelligence investigation into Russian meddling in the election that ultimately came to encompass FISA surveillance of a Trump campaign associate,” Fox News reported.
Mr. Strzok interviewed former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, who last week pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI. On Jan. 24, Mr. Strzok and another agent interviewed Flynn, according to an intelligence official.

So Mr. Strzok just happened to be everywhere, his fingerprints on everything — Trump, Hillary, the dossier, Flynn. Quite a coincidence.
And from Paul Sperry at the New York Post:
Both the Senate and House are seeking the bureau’s FISA affidavits to determine to what extent they relied on the dirty Clinton dossier. But the FBI is stonewalling their requests. It’s also blocking FOIA requests by Page, who last month denied the dossier’s charges under oath, calling them politically motivated.

The FBI didn’t just target Page. It also targeted other Trump advisers. In fact, Strzok personally grilled Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn about his Russian ties at the White House just days after Flynn took office.

Last week, Mueller filed charges against Flynn for lying to Strzok about his contacts with the Russian ambassador during the presidential transition.

Strzok monitored intercepts of the Russian Embassy and already knew what Flynn and the Russian ambassador had discussed. So why did he need to ask him about what he already knew? Was he trying to trap him in a lie? Also, who leaked the intercepts to the press?
In other words, a partisan Democrat was at the very center of the FBI in the two most politically charged cases the Bureau has faced in many years and it is possible he abused his position and also corrupted others. But we need more evidence so I'll go back to my liberal friends and ask them to join in calling for a Special Prosecutor to determine the truth.  Surely they won't object!

UPDATE:  Read Legal Analyst Gregg Jarrett's column. Mueller investigation hopelessly corrupted with MORE biased prosecutors and investigators. Time to clean house!

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