Robert Mueller’s witch hunt against the President is in deep trouble.
The bombshell Inspector General report exposed the corruption and anti-Trump bias that infested the FBI officials involved in the Russia investigation.
And Trey Gowdy just put Mueller in a body bag with one jaw dropping attack.
Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz was back in front of Congress.
This time Horowitz testified in front of the House Oversight Committee, which is chaired by Gowdy.
Gowdy opened the hearing by reading a prepared statement where he attacked the conduct of FBI agents like Peter Strzok and other high ranking FBI officials who were determined to let Clinton off the hook and give Donald Trump the third degree.
The Chairman stated:
“These exact same FBI agents and attorney prejudged the outcome of the Russia investigation before it even began,”
“If prejudging the outcome of an investigation before it ends and prejudging the outcome of an investigation before it begins is not evidence of outcome determinative bias, for the life of me I don’t know what would be. That is textbook bias.”
“We can’t survive with a justice system we don’t trust,”
But Gowdy didn’t stop there.
The South Carolina Republican dove right into Horowitz’s findings.
And they were even worse than anyone thought.
Horowitz found an additional three FBI personnel – two agents and one lawyer – who also expressed extreme anti-Trump bias.
And to make matters worse, they may have ended up working on the Mueller investigation.
BREAKING: Inspector General Michael Horowitz says 2 additional FBI agents and an attorney showed anti-Trump bias and that 2 of them may have worked on Mueller's Russia investigation. pic.twitter.com/xuaycLRyrx
— Ryan Saavedra 🇺🇸 (@RealSaavedra) June 19, 2018
The Mueller investigation really is the fruit of the poisonous tree.
Gowdy later appeared on Fox News and expanded on his criticism of the political bias that formed the basis of the Russia investigation, stating:
“[Peter Strzok] is the same guy who slept walked through the @HillaryClinton investigation, but then woke up and got real excited at the prospect of ending the Trump campaign or ending the Trump presidency.”
Gowdy is referring to the Inspector General’s findings that Strzok slow walked the process of obtaining a search warrant to gain access to Hillary Clinton’s emails.
But while he sat on information that may have been damaging to Clinton, Strzok promised Page in an August 2016 text message that they would “stop” Donald Trump from winning the Presidency.
The timing of that message disturbed Gowdy and other Congressional investigators.
Strzok sent that text just days after opening “Crossfire Hurricane,” which was the FBI’s investigation into alleged Russian collusion.
Given the Inspector General report and the ever-shifting origin story for the investigation, it’s becoming quite clear what the FBI used as the basis to begin the counterintelligence investigation.
Never-Trump FBI officials like James Comey, Andrew McCabe and Peter Strzok seized a thin reed of “evidence” because in their minds, the Trump campaign was already guilty.
Political bias was the only way a fake news dossier paid for by Hillary Clinton could make its way into a FISA warrant application.
The whole investigation is tainted by conspiracy theories about Russian collusion from anti-Trump swamp fever group think.
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