FBI Agent’s Text Messages Hint Loretta Lynch Knew Comey Would Exonerate Hillary

With each passing day, it becomes more evident that the FBI, the Department of Justice, and the Obama Administration were all clearly coordinating their efforts to exonerate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the investigation involving her handling of classified information on a private email server.

New evidence suggests they’re still coordinating to stonewall any further investigation.

The Senate Homeland Security Committee released nearly 400 additional pages of text messages between FBI agent Peter Strzok and his girlfriend, FBI lawyer Lisa Page, late last week.

You may recall, Strzok was a key player in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s original Russia probe against the Trump Administration. He had to be reassigned when numerous previous messages showed what Congressman Trey Gowdy described as a clear and “unprecedented” level of bias “you rarely see” from FBI officials.

Among the fresh batch of text messages was one particular gem that appears to indicate former Obama Attorney General Loretta Lynch had been coordinating with former FBI Director James Comey, even suggesting she knew in advance that he would decline to press charges against Clinton.

Newly turned over text messages suggest AG Lynch somehow already knew FBI would recommend no charges vs. Hillary Clinton when Lynch announced she would accept any FBI recommendation.

— Sharyl Attkisson🕵️‍♂️ (@SharylAttkisson) January 21, 2018


In a message dated July 1, 2016, Page wrote to Strzok – “And yeah, it’s a real profile in couragw [sic], since she (Lynch) knows no charges will be brought.”

Comey cleared Clinton of any criminal wrongdoing just four days later. Worse, Comey didn’t even interview Clinton – the subject of the investigation – until July 2nd, indicating Lynch was well-aware that she would be cleared even before she had been questioned.

As then-AG Lynch announced she’ll accept whatever FBI recommends on charges in Hillary email probe, FBI insider Page texted her alleged boyfriend, FBI official Strzok: “And yeah, it’s a real profile in couragw [sic], since she knows no charges will be brought.”

— Sharyl Attkisson🕵️‍♂️ (@SharylAttkisson) January 21, 2018


Even getting this much information has been akin to pulling teeth, as the FBI is also claiming that additional text messages between Strzok and Page, whose preservation is required by law, have somehow been lost.

According to a cover letter accompanying the Senate Homeland Security Committee’s release, five months-worth of messages were lost due to a technical glitch involving software updates on the FBI officials phones.

Incredible that 5 months of FBI text messages between Page and Struck no longer exist …. those were important months … https://t.co/OvmdkjBc8M

— Sara A. Carter (@SaraCarterDC) January 21, 2018


The FBI informed Congress that its “technical system for retaining text messages sent and received on FBI mobile devices failed to preserve text messages for Mr. Strzok and Ms. Page from December 14, 2016 to approximately to [sic] May 17, 2017.”

Funny, since Strzok and Page also sent messages discussing ways to circumvent discovery of those very messages.

Other texts suggest Strzok & Page intended to subvert rules governing preservation of their discussions about FBI matters. On 4/16 Page texted:
“so look, you say we text on that phone when we talk about Hillary because it can’t be traced…” https://t.co/KJHECejGrd

— Sharyl Attkisson🕵️‍♂️ (@SharylAttkisson) January 21, 2018


Page wrote in April of 2016, “so look, you say we text on that phone when we talk about Hillary because it can’t be traced…”

In her book “What Happened” Clinton discussed the infamous meeting between her husband and Lynch on a tarmac in Phoenix, saying it was absurd to think that the Attorney General could be compromised.

“There’s no doubt that the optics were bad, but that didn’t give Comey carte blanche to ignore Justice Department policies and overstep his bounds,” she wrote. “The implication that Lynch, a distinguished career prosecutor, was suddenly compromised and couldn’t be trusted is outrageous and insulting.”

It’s not outrageous any longer and appears to extend well beyond Lynch. Comey, Strzok, the FBI and the Department of Justice have all clearly been compromised.

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