Newly released emails prove these federal employees were actually doing Clinton’s campaign work.
And these two FBI agents prove that scandals ran deep in the Obama Administration.
Because Hillary Clinton investigators ended up her employees, this new report shows.
The non-partisan government watchdog group Judicial Watch announced yesterday that it has received 218 pages of previously classified emails exchanged between former FBI officials and lovers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.
These incredibly detailed emails were obtained following a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch.
The lawsuit was filed after the Justice Department failed to respond to a December 4, 2017, Judicial Watch FOIA request.
At the time, Judicial Watch was seeking all records of communications, emails, text messages and instant chats between FBI official Peter Strzok and FBI attorney Lisa Page.
They were also seeking travel requests, travel authorizations and all expense reports for both Page and Strzok.
After just a brief view of the emails it became apparent why the DOJ was stonewalling the FOIA request.
The emails show a pattern of corruption, deception, incompetence and illegal activities by not just Page and Strzok, but other DOJ and FBI officials as well.
All in an effort to aid the Clinton campaign in 2016.
For example, the emails show that on August 16, 2016, then-FBI General Counsel James Baker emailed at least nine officials about a conversation he had with “Clinton’s lawyer Kendall.”
Included on this email chain were then-Associate Deputy Director David Bowdich; Michael Steinbach, former executive assistant director for national security; former Acting Assistant Director Jason V. Herring; former FBI lawyer Lisa Page; former Principal Deputy General Counsel Trisha Anderson; Michael Kortan, FBI assistant director for public affairs, now retired; James Rybicki, former chief of staff to Comey; and others.
Kendall had requested certain documents from the FBI specifically asking the agency to focus first on Hillary Clinton’s 302 (the required summary report of any FBI/DOJ interview), and to get them to him on an expedited basis.
Baker immediately followed up Kendall’s request by instructing FBI officials to “expedite the release” of all FBI investigative material to Hillary Clinton’s lawyer, David Kendall without any concern for Kendall’s lack of security clearance.
Then, eight days later, Daily Beast reporter Shane Harris asked the FBI if Comey’s admission to Congress was accurate that neither Kendall, nor any of Hillary’s lawyers at William & Connolly possessed the security clearances needed to see and possess the highly classified Hillary emails being stored at their law offices.
This question set off a mad scramble at the FBI that went all the way up to Comey.
The result was a seven-page (mostly redacted) email discussion, with Lisa Page concluding they had to come up with a better explanation of how and why the law firm had such highly classified documents.
In another email exchange, Page emailed Strzok, Moffa and others telling them that, unbelievably, four of the required FBI 302 interview reports related to the Clinton investigation had never actually been written:
“[Redacted] to the best of my knowledge, yes they will when Pete identified for [redacted] the DOJ edits that needed to be made to the 302s [redacted] discovered that there were four (I think) 302s that had never been written.”
Our sources tell us this is just the tip of the iceberg and that as more information comes out Trump’s DOJ will have no choice but to prosecute both Clinton campaign officials and Obama DOJ/FBI officials.