Matt Drudge Fires Off Ominous Tweet of Obama, Comey & Mueller After Recovery of “Missing” FBI Texts Begins
Amid the firestorm surrounding the “missing” FBI texts, “shocking,” FISA memo and President Trump revealing he plans to sit down with special Robert Mueller under oath, media icon Matt Durdge fired off an ominous tweet with a picture of Barack Obama, James Comey and Robert Mueller.
“Winds of war…,” tweeted Drudge.
Winds of war… pic.twitter.com/zEta8VusAG
— MATT DRUDGE (@DRUDGE) January 25, 2018
But what does it mean?
Trump told the press Wednesday that he is eager to sit down with Mueller in the next two-to-three weeks.
“I’m looking forward to it,” President Trump said.
“I would do it under oath,” he added.
Later, Sean Hannity revealed multiple sources revealed to Fox News that the Justice Department has begun the process to retrieve the missing text messages.
Additional text messages sent and received by disgraced FBI agent Peter Strzok have been handed over to Congress, reports the Associated Press. In yet another twist to the Strzok saga, the FBI failed to hand over a block of the agent’s text messages because they have gone missing.
According to Fox News contributor Sara Carter, their are strong indications that Justice Department officials, including Inspector General Michael Horowitz, believe the text messages were, in fact, not lost at all.
Carter then touch on claims that a “technical glitch,” caused the texts to go missing.
About the FBI’s claim that the Samsung phones are responsible for the 50,000 additional missing text messages, Carter says: “I can tell you this, a lot of people within the DOJ, possibly even the inspector general himself, a lot of people within these committees do not buy this.“
Carter’s reporting was the lead in to Hannity’s major exclusive.
Carter’s suggestion bodes well with the New York Post reporter Paul Sperry’s tweet earlier today, who claims Horowitz now has hundreds of texts from high level FBI agents. If Horowitz was able to obtain these message, why not Strzok and Page’s texts? Hence why Carter suggested the Inspector General isn’t buying what the bureau is selling when it comes to the “technical glitch,” excuse.
In addition to Strzok and Page’s texts, IG Horowitz has obtained hundreds of other high-level text messages from the FBI-issued mobile devices of other FBI as well DOJ officials involved in pre-election investigations. May explain recent resignations and reassignments,” Sperry tweeted.
BREAKING: In addition to Strzok and Page's texts, IG Horowitz has obtained hundreds of other high-level text messages from the FBI-issued mobile devices of other FBI as well DOJ officials involved in pre-election investigations. May explain recent resignations and reassignments.
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) January 24, 2018