Anti-Trump FBI Attorney on Russia Probe Previously Worked For Dem Gov Chosen to Co-Chair Hillary Clinton Presidential Transition Team

Earlier this week, Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows unmasked two of the previously unidentified, anti-Trump, pro-Hillary FBI investigators referred for investigation by the Inspector General.

These FBI attorneys do not work in “counterintelligence” as the FBI previously claimed as an excuse to withhold their names from the public.

The unnamed FBI officials “Agent 1” and “Agent 5” were involved in the FBI Clinton investigation and were also engaged in a romantic relationship just like fellow FBI lovebirds Strzok and Page.

One of the FBI lawyers is Sally Moyer, the other is Kevin Clinesmith.

VIDEO of Mark Meadows unmasking Sally Moyer and Kevin Clinesmith:

Now this…

Kevin Clinesmith previously worked for the Democrat Governor of Michigan, Jennifer Granholm, who Hillary Clinton named to co-chair her presidential transition team had she won the 2016 election.

Hillary Clinton was so comfortable in her ‘double-digit’ lead in the polls that she chose a five-member transition team in August of 2016.

Wapo reported in August of 2016:

Clinton named a five-member transition planning team last week — headed by former interior secretary Ken Salazar and including other familiar names in Democratic circles — that would eventually oversee the selection of Cabinet secretaries and thousands of lower-level officials. She also moved some top policy advisers over from her campaign to her transition team, a move that reinforced the notion that she is getting ready to govern.

Paul Sperry reported: BREAKING: Kevin Clinesmith, the FBI attorney who was the lead attorney on the Trump-Russia investigation and who vowed to join the “resistance” after Trump won, previously worked for Democratic Gov. Jennifer Granholm, who Hillary named to co-chair her presidential transition team

Nothing to see here, folks. No bias whatsoever in the FBI.

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