Barack Obama claimed his administration was “scandal free”.
It was one of the biggest lies ever told.
And now one Congressman has produced the emails that prove the Obama administration is guilty of collusion in this massive scandal.
During the Hillary Clinton email investigation, the Justice Department worked hand-in-glove with the FBI.
Former Director James Comey testified to Congress that coordination was minimal, but the truth was far worse.
Congressman Mark Meadows cited emails showing a top ranking State Department official coordinating with FBI agents – including anti-Trump agent Peter Strzok – on an administrative matter they believed may have hindered the Clinton email probe.
Fox News reports:
“The emails concern the period after 22 messages with “Top Secret” information were found on the former secretary of state’s personal email server.
Republican Rep. Mark Meadows cited them in a letter earlier this week claiming former FBI Director James Comey’s testimony to Congress – in which he downplayed FBI-DOJ coordination on the Clinton case – may be at odds with documents suggesting “frequent” coordination…
… The February messages reviewed by Fox News start on Feb. 8, 2016, when Gregory Starr, then the assistant secretary of state for diplomatic security, told FBI Head of Counterintelligence Bill Priestap that the State Department was prepared to punish those responsible for the misplaced messages.
“The Department of State is prepared to take appropriate administrative action for any instances of mishandling of classified information in accordance with our own internal processes,” Starr wrote.
However, the official added that the department did not want to hinder the ongoing FBI investigation and, if instructed, would postpone the “administrative action” over the emails until after the bureau’s case had concluded.
Five days later, on Feb. 13, an unidentified senior Justice Department official wrote to FBI agent Peter Strzok, Jonathan Moffa of the FBI’s criminal division and the bureau’s Office of General Counsel, as well as members of the U.S. Attorney’s office for the Eastern District of Virginia.
“Wanted to make sure that DOJ is kept in the loop as response is drafted,” wrote the unnamed official in the Justice Department’s National Security Division. “We have discussed a bit more here at CES and have some additional thoughts on the best response on the admin action question. Can we make sure we discuss as a group as response is put together?”
The stink surrounding the FBI’s conduct – and Comey’s testimony – continues to grow.
A serious investigation is necessary to determine how deeply the collusion between the FBI and Obama administration ran.
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