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Michael Swartz: Obama's Department of Injustice Quashed Clinton Investigation

16 March 2019
Michael Swartz: Obama's Department of Injustice Quashed Clinton Investigation

"We let Mueller look at all things Trump related to collusion and otherwise", Graham said. FBI Mistress, Lisa Page, confirmed to House Judiciary, there was an anti-Trump Insurance Policy and it's the fake Russian investigation!

"Did they short-circuit the Clinton email investigation because they wanted her to win?" The core of the allegations was that Clinton may have broken the law by allowing classified information be sent through her private unsecure channels.

Collins made the announcement that the transcripts would be made available because "the Amerian people deserve transparency and deserve to know what transpired at the highest echelons of the Federal Bureau of Investigation".

"If there's an allegation, he, of all people, but everybody would want to know: if this is going on in my campaign I want you to tell me about it", Strzok said.

He spoke in Congress to detail his demands, and summed them up in a tweet from his official social media account.

He continued, "This should bother every American and rather than me telling you whether it happened or not why don't we appoint a Mueller-like figure to look at how the Clinton email investigation ended up the way it did and what the tarmac meeting was all about between Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton".

Strzok also said Comey initially concluded Clinton had shown "gross negligence" in how she handled classified information - a finding that could lead to charges - but dialed that back to "extreme carelessness" by the time he finished his memo.

In the transcript, Strzok said the debate over how aggressively to investigate the campaign explained the backstory of a cryptic August 15, 2016, text message he sent Page that has long attracted Republican attention.

Asked in general terms whether he had "ever been part of the FBI's efforts to infiltrate a US political campaign" or "been part of an effort to put a spy in a USA political campaign", Strzok said no.

How could the FBI conduct an unbiased investigation and reach an independent conclusion if its agents were told not to go after the top target - Hillary Clinton - by the DOJ?