Special counsel Robert Mueller is in a jam.
A bombshell report shined a light on the conduct of the FBI agents working on the Mueller investigation.
And it contained the smoking gun that proved Mueller committed this terrible crime.
The fake news media tried to bury a brand new Department of Justice Inspector General report about the FBI’s anti-Trump bias in the 2016 election.
This investigation was an attempt to ferret out this truth about the FBI spying on the Trump campaign and colluding with the Obama administration to rig the election by smearing Trump as a Russian agent.
But the investigators ran into a brick wall.
Disgraced former FBI agent Peter Strzok was one of the key players in this scandal.
He exchanged thousands of text messages with Lisa Page- the FBI attorney he was having an affair with – reassuring her that the FBI would use all of its might to stop Trump from winning.
Strzok went on to work for Mueller and was only cashiered once it became public that he sent Page these poisonous anti-Trump texts.
Naturally, investigators sought to determine if Strzok’s hatred for Trump infected his work as part of the Mueller probe.
But there was just one problem.
Mueller and his team blinded their ability to examine the totality of Strzok’s conduct while working on the Mueller investigation because the special counsel’s office erased thousands of text messages off Strzok’s phone.
The DOJ Inspector General’s report stated, “CYBER obtained a forensic extraction of the iPhone previously assigned to Strzok; however. this iPhone had been reset to factory settings and was reconfigured for the new user to whom the device was issued. It did not contain data related to Strzok’s use of the device. SCO’s Records Officer told the 010 that as part of the office’s records retention procedure, the officer reviewed Strzok’s DOJ issued iPhone after he returned it to the SCO and determined it contained no substantive text messages.”
To Trump supporters, this sounded a lot like Hillary Clinton and her lawyers deleting emails they claimed were “work-related” off the devices she used to send classified information across a private server and then using bleach bit software to make sure no one could recover the messages.
Many Americans believed this was a clear-cut case of obstruction of justice.
The President’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani ripped Mueller’s obstruction of justice tweeting, “Mueller’s office erased all the remaining messages on Stroyk and Paige cell phones even after their anti-Trump conspiratorial messages were discovered. They say DOJ policy was followed. Bull DOJ policy does not protect destruction of evidence… after all they are not Hillary.”
President Trump also blasted Mueller’s cover up: “So where are all the missing Text messages between fired FBI agents Peter S and the lovely Lisa Page, his lover. Just reported that they have been erased and wiped clean. What an outrage as the totally compromised and conflicted Witch Hunt moves ever so slowly forward. Want them!”
If Mueller found a Trump supporter had wiped their phone of all text messages and emails, the special counsel would have prepared an indictment on the spot and threatened them with life in prison unless they provided false testimony about the President.
But because Mueller and Strzok are swamp creatures in good standing, they are permitted to destroy evidence and obstruct justice with impunity.
The good news is that Attorney General Jeff Sessions – who turned a blind eye to this criminal behavior – is gone and a Mueller skeptic is running the Justice Department.
Under Sessions’ watch, this report would have been thrown at the bottom of a pile in a storage closet never to see the light of day.
Now – however- there is a chance for new DOJ leadership to hold Mueller and his criminal associates accountable.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.