Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton is suing for all of the Anthony Weiner emails that the government possesses.
As observers in Washington look at the fading Robert Mueller investigation, one thing is clear: the Operation Crossfire Hurricane team went to great lengths to cover up Weiner and Huma’s emails during Weiner’s sex abuse trial.
Here is Fitton’s video announcement, followed by our reporting on how Peter Strzok used his FBI badge to personally cover up the Weiner investigation:
FBI agent Peter Strzok secretly manipulated the warrant to search Anthony Weiner’s laptop in order to protect Hillary Clinton from prosecution.
Strzok was the main operative in the Operation Crossfire Hurricane plot to doom President Donald Trump. So of course he was assigned to handle the revelation that Huma Abedin’s husband Anthony Weiner had thousands of classified Hillary Clinton emails on his laptop, which were discovered in the course of an NYPD investigation into his sexual interactions with a minor, for which Weiner is now in prison.
Chuck Marler, longtime former FBI Special Surveillance Group member and current whistleblower against Robert Mueller, explained to Big League Politics exactly how Strzok made sure to protect Hillary Clinton:
“On October 29, 2016 Strzok broke FBI policy and emailed a sealed draft warrant for the Weiner emails to his personal email. Obviously he wanted to work on the draft out of view of the FBI and most likely allow someone else to view it for their input. What did he put in the warrant that was filed the following day?
First, he limited the scope of the review to keywords and only up to two pages of each email. He only wanted to know if the email was listed with a classification, he already knew she had the markings removed before being sent. So he knew classifications wouldn’t appear.
Second, he put in language to allow outside individuals to help the FBI search. Who were the outside individuals?
Third and most importantly, he listed in the warrant what would be use to determined if a crime was committed. As in, if she knowingly transmitted secret emails or if she committed GROSS NEGLIGENCE
How convenient, that’s exactly what he changed in the exoneration draft for Comey. He knew that whatever emails they found on Weiner’s computer, they had already ruled that Clinton didn’t commit Gross Negligence in sending them.”
Marler’s explanation is accurate.
Take a look at the full Weiner warrant published by The Washington Post.
Now take a look at this CNN piece co-authored by Valerie Jarrett’s own daughter:“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 sources said.
The drafting process was a team effort, CNN is told, with a handful of people reviewing the language as edits were made, according to another US official familiar with the matter.
The shift from “grossly negligent” to “extremely careless,” which may appear pedestrian at first glance, reflected a decision by the FBI that could have had potentially significant legal implications, as the federal law governing the mishandling of classified material establishes criminal penalties for “gross negligence.”
Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, raised questions over why the change was made after receiving documents from the FBI last month, but the identity of who was behind the edit has not been reported until now.”
CNN passage co-authored by Valerie Jarrett’s daughter ends
And that is how Peter Strzok protected Hillary Clinton after it was discovered that she allowed thousands of her classified emails to end up on the laptop computer of now-incarcerated Anthony Weiner.
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