The Trump-hating, Clinton-loving Agent, Strzok, Was warned about the Clinton Email breach but did nothing?
In the final months of the Clinton Email scandal, Peter Strzok was warned about ‘irregularities’ in the metadata on Hillary’s server but the FBI agent didn’t even bother thoroughly following-up on the claim? This just throws more suspicion onto the Agent’s motives.
According to two Fox News sources, Agent Stzok was warned about the metadata anomaly back in 2016 and failed to act or properly report the possible breach. Meanwhile, sensitive and classified American documents fell into the hands of God knows who.
Just as we have seen with Comey’s own files, the wording of Stzok’s report was mysteriously changes to sound less damaging. Take a look.
Watch: It has been a deep state cover-up from the very beginning.
As Reported By Catherine Herridge, Pamela K. Browne, and Cyd Upson with Fox News:
The FBI had no comment to Fox News’ questions about Strzok, his awareness of the metadata issue, and what actions, if any, he took. There also was no comment from the Inspector General’s office.
A report from Horowitz’s 14-month investigation into the DOJ and FBI’s handling of the Clinton email case is expected at any time.
In December, when the texts between Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page became public, congressional sources said Strzok was part of then FBI Director James Comey’s inner circle, who advised and made edits to Comey’s July 2016 public statement recommending against criminal charges in the Clinton probe.
The edits addressed the likelihood the Clinton server had been compromised. In the initial May 2016 draft, two months before Clinton and more than a dozen key witnesses were interviewed, Comey said it was “reasonably likely” that “hostile actors” gained access to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private email account. That was later changed to say the scenario was merely “possible.”
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