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Breaking New Docs Suggest That Peter Strzok & Co Are Going Down … HARD [Opinion]

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Newly released documents seem to show that the FBI planned on dropping the Michael Flynn case but they were headed off by Peter Strzok, the NeverTrump FBI agent who was unceremoniously fired.

Flynn’s former lawyers at Covington and Burling (Where Eric Holder was a partner) failed to turn over thousands of pages of documents as required by law. It is not known if the law firm has copies of the documents just handed over to Flynn.

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The documents include text messages from Strzok to another agent urging that agent not to close the case. Strzok infamously texted FBI lawyer Lisa Page about their mutual dislike of Trump and his supporters, and talked about an “insurance policy” they would pursue in the unlikely event that Trump won the 2016 election. Strzok was later reassigned away from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into “Russia collusion” after his anti-Trump bias was discovered in the text messages. (No such “collusion” was ever found.)

Notably, the memorandum to close the investigation into Flynn — for allegedly violating the Logan Act, an archaic law preventing private citizens from conducting public diplomacy — was dated January 4, 2017.

Then-President Barack Obama, then-Vice President Joe Biden, and other senior officials met with then-FBI Director James Comey the next day (Jan. 5), to give him instructions as to how he should brief President-elect Trump the following day (Jan. 6) about the FBI’s Russia investigation. Comey was instructed to tell Trump specifically about the salacious accusations in the Steele dossier, which were false and uncorroborated.

The FBI met with Flynn at the White House on Jan. 24, and the Department of Justice used that meeting to prosecute him for lying to the FBI. Documents released Wednesday suggest the FBI was not attempting to find out anything new, but to trap Flynn in a lie. They did not warn him he was a target of investigation.

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