Monday, January 29, 2018

Update on Missing FBI Texts. There are Thousands More. Plus, Former FBI Agent Describes Just How Corrupt Hillary Investigation Was. It Isn't Just What They Said, It's What They Did!

Imagine how the left would howl if the FBI treated Trump this way!

Remember this?  Just one indication that the FBI would give Hillary special treatment:

That's a portion of the text exchange between FBI top dogs Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.  Strzok was the agent who interviewed Hillary was a key player in the decision to exonerate her.

To show how far Strzok and the FBI went to protect Hillary, a former FBI agent writes:
Investigations are normally conducted by our field offices. Mr. Comey’s decision to oversee the investigation at headquarters and assign Peter Strzok as a default case agent was highly questionable. Mr. Strzok conducted a bogus investigation because:

• An experienced case agent would have never offered immunity to Cheryl Mills, Huma Abedin and Brian Patagliana.

• An experienced case agent would have demanded a grand jury, and interviewed Hillary for a minimum of two full days based on the amount of contradictions in previous testimony and recovered emails.

• An experienced agent would never allow a subject in an investigation (Cheryl Mills) to witness the interview of another subject (Hillary Clinton). This is akin to providing answers to an exam.

It appears that Mr. Strzok is either a totally incompetent FBI agent or in the bag for Hillary. My guess of the latter is based on the facts and circumstances presented above.
It's even worse than we thought. Now we learn that there are thousands more texts that the FBI has not turned over:
And then, there is the question of those formerly missing texts. How many are there? How many will have something to do with Trump-Russia or Clinton emails? The time period involved, Dec. 14, 2016 to May 17, 2017, covered some of the key moments in the FBI's investigation of the Trump-Russia affair: conversations between Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn and Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak; the completion and publication of the intelligence community assessment of Russian interference in the 2016 election; the briefing in which FBI director James Comey told President-elect Donald Trump about the Trump dossier; the president's inauguration; the nomination and confirmation of new Justice Department leadership; Flynn's interview with the FBI (conducted by Strzok); Comey's assurances to Trump that he, Trump, was not under investigation; a variety of revelations, mostly in the Washington Post and New York Times, about various Trump figures under investigation; Attorney General Jeff Sessions' recusal from the Russia probe; the firing of top Obama Justice Department holdover Sally Yates; Trump's tweet alleging he was wiretapped; Trump's firing of Comey; and, finally, the appointment of Mueller.

Right now, Justice Department officials are not saying how far along the process of recovering the texts is, or how long the work will take, or how many texts will ultimately be turned over to Congress. Just another unknown in a long and secretive investigation.
And another text alludes to this bombshell:

There is a MOUNTAIN of dirt and corruption that the FBI is sitting on. How long will it take to get it out? Who knows.  But you can bet that we haven't heard the last of it!

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