With numerous acts of corruption being exposed at the highest levels of the DOJ and Justice Department, another bombshell report reveals FBI officials Lisa Page and Peter Strzok spoke about “destroying evidence” and scrambled to find missing hard-drives.
During an interview, Sunday on Fox News, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-VA, told host Maria Bartiromo that recently text messages between Strzok and Page revealed they spoke about destroying evidence.
Strzok was formally a top FBI official before being fired last year by Special Counsel Robert Mueller for sending disturbing text messages denigrating President Donald Trump and about corruption to Page, an FBI lawyer he was having an affair with for years.
Because of the classified nature, Goodlatte provided a guarded response but said an “earlier investigation led by former (FBI) Director (James) Comey” revealed evidence was destroyed by government officials and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Bartiromo began asking about certain disturbing keywords used in text messages between Strzok and Page, ranging from “insurance policy” to “secret society” to “we gotta get our hands on the hard drive.”
“Well there’s certainly a lot of questions about things we do know about with regard to the earlier investigation led by former director Comey where evidence was destroyed before anybody outside of the FBI could get a look at it,” Goodlatte said.
He added: “Including evidence destroyed by people working for the Democratic presidential candidate.”
Goodlatte’s bombshell statement regarding “evidence destroyed by people working for the Democratic presidential candidate” was in reference to former Clinton aide Justin Cooper.
Recently released emails from Judicial Watch proved that Cooper revealed in numerous emails that he not only set up Clinton’s private email server, but he also told the FBI in a 2016 interview that he smashed Clinton’s cell phones with a hammer on two separate occasions.
Goodlatte’s explosive revelation follows a report on Monday that the House Intelligence Committee voted to release the congressional memo exposing abuse of power, corruption, abuse of power, and illegal spying.
The memo reportedly details how the DOJ and FBI used corrupt actions during the 2016 presidential election against Trump’s 2016 campaign, which in turn created the phony Russia investigation.
Many would agree Obama and allies should be held responsible for their years of corruption, and Republicans argue the memo and other investigations have the potential to expose everything they got away with for many years.
Source: Zero Hedge