McCabe Altered 302's, Destroyed Evidence

PUBLISHED: 4:38 PM 20 Feb 2018
UPDATED: 6:16 PM 20 Feb 2018

McCabe Altered Strzok’s 302 Notes On Gen. Flynn Interview, And Destroyed Evidence

Report suggest McCabe changed interview notes with Gen. Flynn to make it look like he lied to FBI.

McCabe changed interview notes with Gen. Flynn to make it look like he lied to FBI.

Former Federal Bureau of Investigation Deputy Director Andrew McCabe altered Peter Strzok’s 302 notes during his interview with then-White House national security adviser Michael Flynn and destroyed evidence, a new report suggests.

Conservative commentator and journalist Mike Cernovich reports McCabe changed official FBI notes Strzok took when he interviewed Flynn last February and that he destroyed all evidence of his revision history.

In a series of tweets on Sunday, Cernovich reported the FBI is in “full-on freak-out mode” as many fear this bombshell report will surface into the media and trigger a congressional subpoena for the records.

A “302” form is what FBI officials file after they interview an individual, and deleting or altering those official notes is a felony.

Here are Cernovich’s tweets:

The explosive revelation follows a report last week that former FBI Director James Comey told Congress in March 2017 that Strzok didn’t believe Flynn lied to the bureau during their interview.

This means that McCabe changed Strzok’s 302 form, which he compiled after his interview with Flynn, to make it appear that he lied to the FBI.

Doing so would give the bureau, and Special Counsel Robert Mueller, the ability to charge him and use the chalked-up charges to further advance the phony Russia investigation.

If Comey told Congress that Flynn never lied, why did Flynn plead guilty to lying to the FBI about two telephone conversations he had with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak in late December 2016?

In addition to McCabe’s corruption and abuse of power outlined in the GOP memo, we also know Strzok is a bad actor at the FBI.

Strzok was fired from Mueller’s team last summer after it was revealed he had been sending anti-Trump text messages to Page, a high-ranking lawyer at the bureau with whom he was having an affair.

With Mueller’s investigation failing to find any evidence of collusion, we continue to see more evidence that corrupt officials abused their power to trigger the Russia investigation.

And if McCabe altered Strzok’s 302 forms and/or deleted his revision history from the Flynn interview, he should be charged and thrown in jail.

Source: The Gateway Pundit