Strzok, who is still employed at the FBI, was fired last summer by special counsel Robert Mueller. An internal query revealed he had been sending thousands of anti-Trump text messages to Page, a top lawyer at the FBI with whom he was having an affair.
In a text message dated June 30, 2016, Strzok spoke about changing the language in Comey’s original draft statement exonerating Clinton.
He wrote to Page indicating they changed the word “president” to “another senior government official.”
A screenshot of the text message was uploaded to Twitter by Lisa Mei Crowley.
Peter Strzok & Lisa Page text exchange about how the FBI changed Comey's statement re: HRC's emails to ensure it wasn't tied to BHO in any way. pic.twitter.com/nfVpT2SAMO
— Lisa Mei Crowley (@LisaMei62) February 7, 2018
The second photo uploaded by Crowley shows how Comey’s original draft statement was different from his final version that was used, which removed any mention of Obama.
Strzok was also involved in altering Comey’s statement that described Clinton’s handling of her private email server as “grossly negligent” to “extremely careless.”
By altering the phrasing, Strzok shielded Clinton from criminal charges.
So Strzok single-handily removed Obama’s name from Comey’s draft statement and changed the wording to ensure Clinton skirted criminal consequences for her negligent actions.
As Congress continues to release text messages between Page and Strzok, we see these two rogue agents abused their power to accelerate the Russia investigation and spoke about trying to derail Trump’s presidency.
They broke the law on numerous occasions, acted corruptly, and abused their power to shield Obama and Clinton from criminal charges.
Many would agree Page and Strzok should be held accountable and should be charged for their actions.
Source: The Gateway Pundit