PUBLISHED: 10:43 PM 22 Jan 2018
UPDATED: 6:10 AM 23 Jan 2018

“It Can’t Be Traced”: Senate Committee Uncovers Lynch Comey Involvement Despite FBI Loss

Attorney General Lynch wanted to go off Director Comey's recommendation despite knowing exactly what the outcome would be. The decision was made before Hillary gave testimony about her email server scandal.

Attorney General Lynch wanted to go off Director Comey’s recommendation despite knowing exactly what the outcome would be. The decision was made before Hillary gave testimony about her email server scandal.

Congressional Committees were handed 400 pages of new text messages between two FBI officials. Now removed from the Mueller investigation, the correspondence between Lisa Paige and Peter Strzok reveal officials, including Attorney General Loretta Lynch, knew James Comey would not recommend charges. When asked by Senate committee leadership about five months of missing documents, FBI Director Wray replied, “It can’t be traced.”

Documents released by the Department of Justice implicate former Director Comey in lies to protect and cover up the corruption of the Obama administration. Attorney general Loretta Lynch actively worked to undermine and suppress the justice system. Obama and his administration colluded with a presidential campaign and attempted to change the outcome of the election.

Shortly before the 2016 presidential election, the attorney general met with the husband of the Democratic party nominee. Former President Bill Clinton and Attorney General Loretta Lynch met on a tarmac in Phoenix, Arizona. The two discussed grandchildren according to immediate reports, but not long after, the A.G. removed herself from the Clinton investigation.

Announcing she would take the recommendation of Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) Director Jim Comey, Loretta Lynch knew there would be no investigation. Director Comey came out and listed off a number of crimes committed by the former Secretary of State. Despite the retinue of felonies, her actions were listed as extremely careless.

Previously released texts show that agent Strzok and Deputy Director McCabe helped to edit and draft new versions of this memo. The original statement declared Clinton guilty of gross negligence. The slight word change does not carry the weight of a federal crime. Evidence indicates the exoneration was created before Hillary was interviewed by the FBI.

Agent Strzok and his mistress, Lisa Page were removed from the Mueller investigation after their text messages revealed a clear bias against the president that may be affecting their work. After his demotion, oversight committees moved to figure out why. The text messages and emails requested are still pouring in.

On Saturday, FBI Director Christopher Wray received a letter from the Senate Homeland Security Committee chairman Ron Johnson (R-WI). In the letter, the Department of Justice acknowledges the 384 pages of communications from Peter Strzok. The letter also notes a technical error which resulted in the deletion of messages from December 14, 2016, to May 17, 2017. Between the time of the Steele Dossier and moments before he joined Mueller’s investigation, Strzok’s texts have been deleted from government records.

Of the 384 pages not deleted, one thread references the former head of the Judicial Department, Attorney General Loretta Lynch. Dated in July, the message was sent shortly after her airplane meeting with Bill Clinton was revealed. Leading to her recusal from the investigation, the message sent to his extramarital lover remarks how terrible the timing looks for the attorney general.

Five months of text messages have been lost. Failing to preserve evidence, the FBI is calling it a technical error.

Lynch had announced her meeting with Bill looked inappropriate and she needed to remove herself from the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton. Rather she declared whatever conclusion the lead investigators came to, the attorney general would accept out of hand.

The reply from Lisa Page came in two short replies. The first response was an agreement on the poor timing. The second afterthought said, “It’s a real profile of couragw [sic] since she knows no charges will be brought.”

Later that week Jim Comey came forward and announced that no sensible judge would bother hearing the case and insisted that no charges be brought to the presidential candidate. Claiming there was no ill intent in her decision to destroy evidence under subpoena. At the beginning of his statement, Comey declared that no one knew what he was about to say.

James Comey is a weasel who lies with every other breath he takes. The criminal statute for the mishandling of classified information names gross negligence as the minimum for an indictment of charges. The words he used are now known to have been ferociously debated and changed multiple times. Deputy Director McCabe and other underlings like Strzok had a voice in drafting the public statement.

McCabe has been accused of holding a bias after his wife received a large sum of money from party democrats leading up to the investigation. McCabe has also been called out by the president for running out the clock as he retires in a few weeks with full benefits.

This new evidence reveals James Comey lied about who saw his memo. The fact is, the Obama administration was working to influence a federal investigation into a political candidate. Texts from Peter Strzok reveal the partisan nature and politicization of the FBI, plus their willingness to collude with an administration to undermine the people of the United States of America.