Did Mueller know the The New York Times was going to publish the story about the anti-Trump FBI agent and coerced Michael Flynn into pleaing guilty before it came out? If this is true, there was no way Flynn would have plead guilty in light of the recent revelation that there was a corrupt FBI agent that interviewed him. It seems the liberal media sat on their anti-Trump FBI stories for a few days to give Mueller time to hit Flynn.
FBI agent Peter Strzok was one of two FBI agents who interviewed Flynn, which took place on Jan. 24, at the White House, said several sources. Strzok at the time was having an affair with Lisa Page, a lawyer for FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe. Fox News' Sean Hannity suggest Flynn may have been tricked into having the interview with Strzok without a lawyer:According to another source, with direct knowledge of the Jan. 24 interview, McCabe had contacted Flynn by phone directly at the White House. White House officials had spent the “earlier part of the week with the FBI overseeing training and security measures associated with their new roles so it was no surprise to Flynn that McCabe had called,” the source said.
It was discovered that the FBI agent fired from Mueller's Trump-Russia investigation changed a key phrased used by FBI Director James Comey to describe Hillary Clinton's email crimes. It seems Peter Strzok, who was fired for sending colleagues anti-Trump text messages, changed Comey's description of Clinton's actions from a hard-hitting "grossly negligent" to soft "extremely careless."
From True Pundit: (Link: truepundit.com)
A former top counterintelligence expert at the FBI, now at the center of a political uproar for exchanging private messages that appeared to mock President Donald Trump, changed a key phrase in former FBI Director James Comey’s description of how former secretary of state Hillary Clinton handled classified information, according to US officials familiar with the matter.
Electronic records show Peter Strzok, who led the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s private email server as the No. 2 official in the counterintelligence division, changed Comey’s earlier draft language describing Clinton’s actions as “grossly negligent” to “extremely careless,” the source said.
Sean Hannity has reported that the FBI agent who was recently booted from Mueller's Trump-Russia investigation for sending anti-Trump text messages was one of two agents who interviewed National Security advisory Michael Flynn.
From Hannity: A supervisory special agent who is now under scrutiny after being removed from Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel’s Office for alleged bias against President Trump also oversaw the bureau’s interviews of embattled former National Security advisor Michael Flynn, this reporter has learned. Flynn recently pled guilty to one-count of lying to the FBI last week.
FBI agent Peter Strzok was one of two FBI agents who interviewed Flynn, which took place on Jan. 24, at the White House, said several sources. The other FBI special agent, who interviewed Flynn, is described by sources as a field supervisor in the “Russian Squad, at the FBI’s Washington Field Office,” according to a former intelligence official, with knowledge of the interview.
Strzok was removed from his role in the Special Counsel’s Office after it was discovered he had made disparaging comments about President Trump in text messages between him and his alleged lover FBI attorney Lisa Page, according to the New York Times and Washington Post, which first reported the stories. Strzok is also under investigation by the Department of Justice Inspector General for his role in Hillary Clinton’s email server and the ongoing investigation into Russia’s election meddling. On Saturday, the House Intelligence Committee’s Chairman Devin Nunes chided the Justice Department and the FBI for not disclosing why Strzok had been removed from the Special Counsel three months ago, according to a statement given by the Chairman.
The former U.S. intelligence official told this reporter, “with the recent revelation that Strzok was removed from the Special Counsel investigation for making anti-Trump text messages it seems likely that the accuracy and veracity of the 302 of Flynn’s interview as a whole should be reviewed and called into question.”
“The most logical thing to happen would be to call the other FBI Special Agent present during Flynn’s interview before the Grand Jury to recount his version,” the former intelligence official added.
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