Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows (R-NC) says there is growing evidence the FBI altered their 302 summaries of witness interviews in both the Clinton investigation and early on in the Russia investigation [General Flynn ambush].
FBI brass under Obama was totally corrupt.
The agency was weaponized to go after political opponents.
As TGP previously reported in February, according to Mike Cernovich, McCabe altered far left FBI investigator Peter Strzok’s 302 notes on his interview with General Michael Flynn.
And then McCabe destroyed the evidence.
Senate investigators suspect McCabe altered his 302 notes on General Flynn and have referred the matter to Inspector General Horowitz.
To make matters worse, dirty cops McCabe and Comey cleared Sally Yates to use Peter Strzok’s altered 302 summary report of the interrogation with General Flynn to brief White House Counsel and pressure Flynn’s firing.
Rep. Mark Meadows says this is incredibly troubling and needs to be examined.
Mark Meadows: There is a growing body of evidence that the FBI made edits and changes to 302’s, or summaries of witness interviews, in both the Clinton case and the early Russia investigation.
This is incredibly troubling and needs to be examined. I appreciate the IG looking into it.
There is a growing body of evidence that the FBI made edits and changes to 302’s, or summaries of witness interviews, in both the Clinton case and the early Russia investigation.
This is incredibly troubling and needs to be examined. I appreciate the IG looking into it. pic.twitter.com/rXI7IzDNda
— Mark Meadows (@RepMarkMeadows) June 22, 2018
On May 11, Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) sent a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray and Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein stating Comey testified the FBI didn’t think General Flynn lied. Grassley also revealed Joe Pientka was the second FBI agent who joined Peter Strzok on January 24th, 2017 in an ambush style interview to take down General Flynn.
Rosenstein refused to give the Senate Judiciary Committee the requested documents. Instead, Rosenstein provided “insufficient” documents prompting Grassley to send a second scathing letter to the Deputy AG.
Andrew McCabe pleaded the 5th and refused to testify last week at a Congressional hearing to the Senate Judiciary Committee.