In what has some lawmakers shaking their heads in disbelief, newly uncovered texts and documents reveal what seems to be an extremely deeper degree of corruption from the Obama White House regarding the investigation into the Trump campaign than any other time known.
As reported, texting between FBI lovers Peter Strzok, a former top counter-terrorism agent, and lawyer Lisa Page “suggest any coordination between high-ranking officials with the Obama White House, CIA, FBI, Justice Department and former Senate Democratic leadership noisy . stages of the investigation.”
Congressional investigators who spoke on the network the evidence “strongly” signifies that an unprecedented level of coordination and collusion between former President Obama’s chief of staff, Denis McDonough, fired FBI Director James Comey, serial Trump administration critic and former CIA Director John Brennan, and now-retired Democratic Senate Leader Harry Reid of Nevada.
Here would be the most important findings:
On August 2, 2016, Page texted Strzok this message, “Make sure you can lawfully protect everything you sign. Just considering congress, foia, etc. You probably know superior to me.” The acronym “foia” describes Freedom of Information Act requests.
On August 3, 2016, an email from Strzok to Page noted that fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was worried about “information control” about the bureau’s initial probe in the Trump campaign. A report from The New York Times said Brennan was provided for Capitol Hill around the same time and energy to brief people in Congress about possible Russian election interference.
On August. 8, 2016 Strzok texted page: “Internal joint cyber cd intel piece for D, scene-setter for McDonough brief, Trainor head of FBI cyber division directed all cyber info be pulled. I’d let Bill and Jim hammer out first, although it might be best for D to have it prior to Wed WH session.”
“D” describes ‘Director’ Comey, whilst the “McDonough” reference is plain, GOP investigators said.
“We are certainly not making conclusions. What we say could be that the timeline is concerning enough to warrant the appointment associated with an independent investigator to consider whether or not the Obama White House was involved (inside the Trump-Russia investigation),” a Republican source told the network.
The investigators said that the FBI and CIA are meant to be “independent agencies” within our system, adding that “coordination between political actors on the White House and investigators would be inappropriate,” thereby raises new questions about the amount of involvement by Obama with his fantastic minions.
On Aug. 25 2016, Brennan attended brief Reid on Capitol Hill; it had not been clear if FBI officials attended exactly the same briefing, an origin told the network. But a couple of days later, Reid wrote correspondence to Comey seeking an investigation of potential collusion between Team Trump 2016 and Moscow.
On August 29, 2016 The New York Times first reported specifics of Reid’s letter to Comey.
On August 30, 2016 Strzok sent an email to Page having said that, “Here we go,” which included a link towards the NYT story headlined, “Harry Reid Cites Evidence of Russian Tampering in U.S. Vote and seeks FBI inquiry.”
Strzok added: “D (Director Comey) said at am brief that Reid called him and told him he will be sending a letter.”
Congressional investigators said they feel the letter was “cover” for the FBI and Justice Department, which had already launched a probe into Trump-Russia ties in mid-July, they will said was begun under “questionable ethical and legal grounds.”
Rep. Devin Nunes, chairman from the House Intelligence Committee, said some members of Congress were “shocked” once they discovered these details.
“I was actually talking to several individuals Congress today. And these are individuals who don’t follow this closely. They’re this is not on the House Intelligence Committee however they stick to it by good news plus they were shocked,” he was quoted saying adding: “As reliant on fact they used several expletives.”
One congressional investigator added: “At some time, how much concerning information becomes enough to get a special counsel to look into it.”