TODAY’S DEEP STATE LEAK: Strzok Helped Comey Write Initial Draft to Reopen Hillary Clinton Email Probe
On Monday the House Intelligence Committee voted to release the classified FISA memo on corruption and
The four-page classified memo has been described by GOP lawmakers as “shocking,” “troubling” and “alarming,” and reveals what role the unverified anti-Trump “dossier” played in the application for a surveillance warrant on at least one Trump associate.
The FBI and Department of Justice are very worried on what this document will reveal to the American public about political bias, corruption and criminal actions of the US intelligence community.
The FBI released a statement on Wednesday pointing to grave concerns on the release of the House GOP FISA memo.
The Deep State leaked documents on Wednesday that show Trump-hater Peter Strzok played a key role in the decision to reopen the botched investigation of Hillary Clinton just days before the November 2016 election.
Strzok also said he did not want this relaunch of the investigation to hit the wires.
The far left media is frantically trying to persuade the public that because of this latest deep state leak that Strzok was fair and impartial.
Emails obtained by CNN show the FBI agent at the center of a Capitol Hill storm played a key role in a controversial FBI decision that upended Hillary Clinton’s campaign just days before the 2016 election: the letter to Congress by then-FBI Director James Comey announcing the bureau was investigating newly discovered Clinton emails.
The new revelation about FBI agent Peter Strzok comes as Republicans accuse him of being sympathetic to Clinton while seeking to undermine Donald Trump during the heat of the 2016 campaign season.
Strzok, who co-wrote what appears to be the first draft that formed the basis of the letter Comey sent to Congress, also supported reopening the Clinton investigation once the emails were discovered on disgraced former Rep. Anthony Weiner’s laptop, according to a source familiar with Strzok’s thinking. The day after Strzok sent his draft to his colleagues, Comey released the letter to Congress, reigniting the email controversy in the final days of the campaign.
Strzok did, however, harbor reservations about Comey making a public announcement just days before the election and sent a text message to that effect, two sources said. And Strzok’s text messages provided to Congress show him grappling with the fallout of making the letter public, according to a CNN review of his texts.