WASHINGTON — The wife of Peter Strzok, the FBI agent fired from special counsel Robert Mueller’s team for sending anti-President Trump text messages to his mistress, recently deleted a wealth of pro-Obama and pro-Hillary Clinton material from her personal Facebook page.
Strzok has been the subject of scrutiny for months, with Big League Politics calling attention in July to the fact that he oversaw the FBI’s Hillary Clinton email investigation and interviewed Hillary Clinton as part of his probe. On December 2, the New York Times reported that Strzok had been fired off the Mueller team when his anti-Trump texts came to light.
Rep. Jim Jordan of the House Oversight Committee is looking for information that could prove Strzok had an integral role in creating the grounds for Mueller’s very investigation. Jordan thinks Strzok took the debunked Hillary Clinton-funded Trump dossier to the FBI in order to obtain a FISA warrant to surveil Trump Tower — surveillance that has formed the basis for Mueller’s taxpayer-funded deep dive into all of Trump’s political and business operations.
With the pressure on, Strzok’s wife Melissa Hodgman, Associate Director of the enforcement division of the Securities and Exchange Commission, is scrubbing her Obama and Clinton links. Hodgman was promoted by Obama just two weeks before FBI director James Comey re-opened the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email scandal last year, leading political insiders to suspect that Hodgman might have been involved in the federal government’s cover-up.
Here are some of the Liked pages on her Facebook account on December 3, including “Thank You Obama” and “We Voted For Hillary.”
Her Facebook profile is now scrubbed of all Liked Pages and other personal identifying information, as of December 5.
Air Force Helicopter Shot At Over Virginia, Crew Member Injured
An Air Force Huey UH-1N helicopter received gunfire over Northern Virginia on Wednesday morning, with one crew member on board the aircraft being injured.
“On Monday afternoon, the helicopter from the 1st Helicopter Squadron at Joint Base Andrews was flying a routine training mission over Middleburg, Virginia, at an altitude of 1,000 feet when it took fire from the ground,” said an Air Force spokesperson in regards to the incident.
The aircraft diverted to the Manassas Airport after taking fire. One crew member was injured on board, and it appears as if if they were shot by the gunfire.
“Initial findings are that the helicopter was struck by a bullet resulting in a minor injury to an aircrew member and damage to the aircraft,” said the Air Force spokesperson.
The Washington DC detachment of the FBI is investigating the incident.
“The FBI Washington Field Office (WFO) dispatched special agents and its Evidence Response Team to the Manassas Airport after receiving reports that a helicopter was shot at from the ground nearby,” said an agency spokesperson.
Is this hostile act towards a U.S. military aircraft an act of terrorism?
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