Senate Judiciary Chair Grassley Demands FBI Hand Over All Strzok Text Messages Along with Dossier and FISA Communications

Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) sent a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray demanding the FBI turn over all records relating to Trump-hating agent Strzok.

Grassley is seeking text messages sent between Strzok and his mistress Lisa Page, communications related to the dossier, FISA warrants, interview summary with Flynn and Hillary Clinton’s exoneration letter.

As previously reported, Justice Department officials are reading over 10,000 text messages former anti-Trump investigator Peter Strzok sent to his mistress and FBI attorney Lisa Page over the past several months.

Strzok who investigated and pardoned Crooked Hillary and set up General Flynn is a huge Trump basher.

This is Deep State at its best.

Fox News reported Department of Justice officials told Fox News they are in the process of going through the texts so they can hand them over to the House Intelligence Committee.

Chuck Grassley fired off a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray demanding he send over a laundry list of records and communications to the Senate Judiciary Committee by December 11th ahead of a planned interview with Strzok.

Below is an excerpt from the letter Grassley sent to FBI Director Christopher Wray of his demands:

1.All communications sent to, received by, or copying Mr. Strzok related to then Director
Comey’s draft or final statement closing the Clinton investigation, including
all records related to the change in the portion of the draft language describing
Secretary Clinton’s and her associates’ conduct regarding classified information from
“grossly negligent” to “extremely careless”;

2. All communications sent to, received by, or copying Mr. Strzok regarding the
decision to close the Clinton investigation without recommending any charges;

3. All communications sent to, received by, or copying Mr. Strzok related to opening the
investigation into potential collusion by the Trump campaign with the Russian
government, including any FBI electronic communication (EC) authored or
authorized by Mr. Strzok and all records forming the basis for that EC;

4. All communications sent to, received by, or copying Mr. Strzok related to the FBI’s
interactions with Christopher Steele relating to the investigation into potential
collusion by the Trump campaign with the Russian government, including any
communications regarding potential or realized financial arrangements with Mr.
Steele;

5. All communications sent to, received by, or copying Mr. Strzok related to any
instance of the FBI relying on, or referring to, information in Mr. Steele’s memoranda

in the course of seeking any FISA warrants, other search warrants, or any other
judicial process;

6. All FD-302s of FBI interviews of Lt. Gen. Flynn at which Mr. Strzok was present, as
well as all related 1A documents (including any contemporaneous handwritten notes);
and
7. All communications sent to, received by, or copying Mr. Strzok containing
unfavorable statements about Donald J. Trump or favorable statements about Hillary
Clinton.

FBI Director Christopher Wray testified Thursday and said Strzok has not been disciplined, just ‘reassigned’.

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