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Friday, June 15, 2018
IG Report: Comey Claimed DOJ Prosecutors Were ‘Intimidated’ By High-Powered Clinton Lawyers
Ed.So Comey’s FBI and DOJ attorneys WANTED to
investigate Hillary and her thoroughly illegal use of a private email server
but they couldn’t cause they were just REELY, REELY scared of Clinton’s clever,
This is the same FBI
and DOJ that ignore the Constitution, ignore the law, ignore attorney-client
privilege, destroyed laptops whose contents were under Congressional subpoena” and
are currently making use of attorneys and investigators who all DONATED to the
Clinton campaign!! And this is only the beginning.
article appeared in the Daily Caller on June 15th
By Kerry Picket
Department’s Inspector General report states
that former FBI Director James Comey and other bureau witnesses claimed Hillary
Clinton’s legal team “intimidated” DOJ attorneys to place unusual
restrictions on the bureau’s investigation of her private email server.
Why they barely even KNEW each other!
The report says,
“Comey, Baker, and other FBI witnesses told us that they believed the
prosecutors were overly cautious about obtaining the laptops because they were
intimidated by high-powered defense counsel like [Beth] Wilkinson.”
The report also
describes other FBI witnesses who made the same claim — including agents
Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, whose text messages in the report revealed their political bias
against Donald Trump becoming president.
“Some FBI witnesses
told us, consistent with text message exchanges between [Peter] Strzok and
[Lisa] Page, that the FBI was concerned that the line [Network Security
Division] prosecutors were intimidated by the high-powered attorneys
representing Clinton and her senior aides and, as a result, did not negotiate
aggressively with them,” the report states.
It continues, “Strzok
told us that Prosecutor 1, who handled most of the negotiations with counsel,
is ‘extraordinarily competent,’ but he believed more senior government
officials should have been involved with deciding ‘how hard [to] push
Two relatively vague
conclusions came from FBI witnesses who described the limitations placed on the
investigation as a result of the Clinton legal team and agreements that
provided immunity for Clinton aides Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson.
FBI witnesses generally told us that they were satisfied that the limitations
of the consent agreements did not impair the investigation. Agent 2 stated
regarding the limitations in consent agreements, ‘I think generally…we were
able to get what we were looking for. It maybe was more complicated,
time-consuming, and cumbersome,'” the report says.
It adds, “The Lead
Analyst told us that ‘every single consent arrangement constrained what we
did…to some degree.’ However, he, Strzok, and FBI Attorney 1 all told us that
they believed the team might have actually obtained more through the consent
agreements in some instances than they would have obtained through compulsory
Honest as the day is long!
then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former Deputy Attorney General Sally
Yates both claimed they were unaware that any DOJ attorney was
“intimidated” by the Clinton legal team.
The report stats,
“Lynch and Yates told us that they were unaware of any complaints that the
prosecutors were not sufficiently aggressive, or that they were believed by the
FBI to be intimidated by high-powered defense counsel. Lynch stated, ‘I don’t
remember that being conveyed to me. You know, agents always think that
prosecutors aren’t aggressive enough. But they don’t know the discussions and
decisions that go behind the decisions as to…what steps you’re going to
It adds, “She said
that she would have viewed any such complaints as part of the normal dialogue
that often occurs between prosecutors and agents unless someone had brought the
complaints to her as a ‘catalogue’ of specific decisions that were
In October 2016, Republican
committee chairs sent a letter to then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch asking
why the Clinton investigation became so restricted in its scope.
“We write to express
our concerns about the process by which Congress was allowed to view the
Wilkinson letters, that the letters inappropriately restrict the scope of the
FBI’s investigation, and that the FBI inexplicably agreed to destroy the
laptops knowing that the contents were the subject of Congressional subpoenas
and preservation letters,” they wrote at the time.